#1
Picked a flying V up cheap, and with the help of a friend nursed it back to health. We got it routed out and installed a floating bridge, with the Duncan Invader and Bill Lawerence Dimebucker in the bridge and neck respectively, it's a very metal guitar! Still need covers for the back to the hide the wiring. These are easy to find for Fenders, Les Pauls etc, but I'm coming up dry for V's. Any ideas?
Last edited by plissken99 at May 23, 2013,
#2
Sure. The same people who will build you custom pickguards will also build you custom control cavity covers, but you have to send them an accurate template (even if it's a set of good photographs taken from exactly 90 degrees overhead with the camera parallel to the back of the guitar, with an accurate ruler included for scale).
#3
Try making your own. Dremels are fun tools! Buy a blank from Stewmac or something, make a template and go.
#4
Quote by ryanbwags
Try making your own. Dremels are fun tools! Buy a blank from Stewmac or something, make a template and go.


Excellent idea.
#5