#1
I came across this interesting guitar and have no idea what make it is.. hard to find. Anyone have any ideas? I though it might be Japanese.. it's in rough shape.

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#2
what does the front of the headstock look like and what does the whole guitar look like?
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#4
tempted to say BC Rich but it only has 21 fret neck and i can't think of any models they had that did. i'd say it's a knock off made by someone like Series 10 or Hondo. has a really cheap locking trem that was used by companies like that.
#6
Quote by Zwart
looks like a hohner arbor from somewhere in te 80s


now that you mention it that is a good possibility
#7
Thanks!!! It is a Series 10.. found the model though Google

Bently series 10 electric guitar model 2223

Thanks a bunch guys!
#8
Quote by acousticd18
Thanks!!! It is a Series 10.. found the model though Google

Bently series 10 electric guitar model 2223

Thanks a bunch guys!


your welcome
#9
Quote by monwobobbo
your welcome


*you're
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#10
Quote by gorgthemeatpile
*you're


really. excuse me you're. geez what am i in fvcking school again
#11
Quote by monwobobbo
really. excuse me you're. geez what am i in fvcking school again


Maybe you should be.
#12
Quote by Fuzz Aldrin
Maybe you should be.


maybe but since i'm sitting at my office at work instead that will have to do.
#13
PunkChooAyShun tells people whether you know you're shit or know your shit.

I have one that's disturbingly similar to that one...


but, as you can see by the headstock, it's an original.
#15
Quote by Dick Savage
Sweet axe man


I originally slapped it together as a pickup test bed.

The output is a Neutrik locking panel jack, which is perfect if you use a wireless. Gibson tried these on their Standards for a bit a couple of years ago, but it aroused a kerfuffle and I think they abandoned them.

Original pickups (pictured) were a pair of INFs, the Floyd a licensed unit (currently a Schaller with a big brass sustain block for no particularly compelling reason). Pickups have been swapped out maybe a dozen times, including SD Blackouts, Arcanes, Bareknuckles, Tom Andersons, Suhr Aldrich, Bartolinis and more. The pickup selector is a five-way, and it's been wired a LOT of different ways.

The body is mahogany with a quilt maple cap (barely visible) and the neck is mahogany. Both were originally sourced as used Warmoth units off eBay; perhaps $200 all up, with the neck (a Jackson replacement) already painted, the body not. A friend of mine ginned up the waterslide decal, and it's been cleared over.

Great guitar for quiet Sunday morning Praise and Worship activities.