#1
Which color of pickups should I take-I want my guitar to look cool and special (I want to buy a dimarzio crunch lab and I'll change the singles covers). I wanted yellow but the crunch lab is availible only in black-yellow and not in pure yellow.

this is my guitar (mine is the same model and color-dark red cherry).

http://i245.photobucket.com/albums/gg69/gchomicz/Instruments/PICT0021.jpg



Also does any one have any ideas how to make it look cooler and more special without cutting, sawing, painting and staff like that (I have no tools nor the money)?
Last edited by kin0 at Mar 24, 2011,
#2
Just fit in all black pickups and to embelish it without spending much, pick out a cool sticker.
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#3
Stickers are the way to go, because they're easy, and you can take them off (most of the time) without damaging the finish.
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#4
I think the black and yellow'd look cool in that, TBH. o_o Or get an all-black pup then get another colored mid pickup(I'd honestly go yellow). You could get a pickguard too and, like, tape it on, they don't cost too much.
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#5
I can't put pickguard cause it's carved top. and do you know which side is yellow the regular or the blade?
Last edited by kin0 at Mar 24, 2011,
#6
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I can't put pickguard cause it's carved top. and do you know which side is yellow the regular or the blade?

Ohhh. D= And I'm pretty sure it's the blade that's yellow. It's whatever is closer to the neck generally, and IIRC that's where the blade goes.
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#7
Get a Yellow and black one, then another yellow, and another black! Checkers!!!!
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#8
Except for changing the bridge pup, I'd just keep it the way it is.
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#9
i want to add a pickguard, but it's a bit carved top (this model is based on the ibanez s) and I can't any flexible matireal for this project ( it's for the pickguard so I need some thing that I'll can change in the future)
#10
Stickers seem like the way to go, honestly.
Normally I'd be opposed to stickering up a guitar, but it's your guitar.
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#11
could you tell me what looks the best?







or just regular black pups, knobs and switch?
Last edited by kin0 at Mar 25, 2011,
#14
i actually like it the way it is in your first post I prefer that to the kisekae'd ones you have.
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