#2
looks like a jackson
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#3
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looks like a jackson


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I'm also going with Jackson/Charvel.



Not one single thing on it is Jackson, or Charvel.

EMG 60


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And 81TW (coil-splitable 81)


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Floyd to go with the Floyd nut (Schaller)


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#5
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Hondo?
Upgraded with EMG's?


Not a Hondo.




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...well that bolt-on looks derpy as **** (I actually preferred the bolt on here, deal with it set-neck and neck-thru elitists)

Also you could probably guess the shape by now.

EDIT: I'll be back in a few with some steak, I need to eat and read Cracked.
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#7
Handmade?
Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plus
Jackson King V
Jackson Kelly
Handmade Gibson Les Paul
Marshall JCM2000 DSL100/JCM900 1960 Lead cab
#8
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i can only guess Warmoth


HERE'S THE WINNER!

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Handmade?


With how much drilling and stuff I had to do, it felt like it...

Is there a way to take a pic of a Rhoads style without making it look terrible?


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In the Family pics, there's the Partsrhoads, Gibson Les Paul Special Faded, Agile Black Dauntless EMG Floyd (creative name...), 1974 Gibson Banjo, and old Epi Acoustic (best acoustic I've ever played to be honest. I'm amazed by it), Epiphone Thunderbird, and Rogue Ukulele. You can guess which is which.

So now do you guys want clips, video or review?
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#10
Well, how does she play? Looks nice.
Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plus
Jackson King V
Jackson Kelly
Handmade Gibson Les Paul
Marshall JCM2000 DSL100/JCM900 1960 Lead cab
#11
Quote by GunsNSnakepits
Well, how does she play? Looks nice.


AMAZING! Used to playing a Les Paul. It's completely different. The pickups sound pretty good, not sterile at all IMO. Floyd needs to be broken in a little, but is holding up greatly. After a full week of complete abuse ("LET ME SEE HOW MANY SQUEALY SOUNDS AND DIVEBOMBS I CAN DO!") it was about 3 cents off. Not too bad. Different scale neck is perfectly fine. It's not a big difference in the lower frets, but once you get up to the soloing frets, you appreciate the extra room. Love coil splitting. First guitar with coil split, it works good. Cleans on it sound great, but obviously so does distortion. It is extremely versatile despite it being an all black, metalhead teenagers wet dream (or at least mine). So anyone want clips or video? Or since they're EMGs, does it not really matter?
#12
I want that black les paul with the Floyd and the yellow binding.... I want it alot.
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#13
Quote by Sinister Waffle
I want that black les paul with the Floyd and the yellow binding.... I want it alot.


http://www.rondomusic.com/product1892.html It looks more like a Les Paul (cut away resembles a real one more) in person than picture. It's 10lbs and the heel is actually really comfortable. Look at it. Binding is more obvious in person too.
#14
sweet
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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