#2
Great work. How long did it take?
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#3
I love the first one, did you take a normal pic of the third one?

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#5
Thanks all! I'll look for a normal pic of #3. As far as build time, it varies, but usually runs 12-16 weeks.
#6
The first pic is possibly the most outstanding woodgrain and stained finish I've seen in quite some time.

very well done!
#8
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are those bolt or setneck?


they look pretty awesome


Bolt on. It's our last run of bolt-ons though, we're focusing on neck-thrus for now. Thanks!
#10
Quote by inkandlead
That top guitar is the most beautiful thing you've ever posted.


Thanks a lot! The fretboard and pickguard are more yellow in real life, but the pic is pretty close.
#11
How much would one of these set me back? I'd want the 2nd one with a set of strat pickups and black trim (pickup covers/knobs)
#13
Not my style of bodies but these seem pretty original and look fantastic.

I like the differences between them all. They look really classic.

Bad ass!
#14
Can you tell us what all the switches are? Being single coils I'd assume some phase options? Or are they stacked humbuckers?
#16
I'd still like to know how much one of these would cost me
#17
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#19
Those are some breezy designs, I like them a lot. But do you need so many screws for the pickguard?
#20
Quote by inkandlead
Can you tell us what all the switches are? Being single coils I'd assume some phase options? Or are they stacked humbuckers?


The single coils have three on/off switches for pickup selection, and the smaller switch at the bottom tip of the pickguard is for fretboard LED side markers.
#21
Quote by Pikka Bird
Those are some breezy designs, I like them a lot. But do you need so many screws for the pickguard?


The pickguards are all made of wood, so they require more screws than a plastic guard would. If not, the wood would warp over time.
#22
A few more projects in the mix:







And a shot of Jake Cinninger (Umphrey's McGee) rockin' a Becker in Portland, ME last weekend:

#23
Simply amazing classical looking and original.

I love the attention to detail.

That finger board is simply to die for.
#24
sunburst fingerboard and pickguard? that's certainly new
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#25
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Simply amazing classical looking and original.

I love the attention to detail.

That finger board is simply to die for.


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sunburst fingerboard and pickguard? that's certainly new


Thanks a lot, we were definitely going for something different on that one. For now it's kind of a one-off project, but who knows...

We have done a few other experimental fretboard finishes though:



#26
These are beautifully simplistic and vintage looking. I love it. Keep it up guys. Keep it up.
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#27
That P90 guitar is absolutely stunning. I have a couple 90's lying around - the simplicity and elegance in that design just inspired my next build!
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#28
Quote by ma_tt11
That P90 guitar is absolutely stunning. I have a couple 90's lying around - the simplicity and elegance in that design just inspired my next build!


Thanks, make sure you post some pics!