#1
I had been bored the last couple weeks and decided that it was time to have some fun with my epi sg special. I took the crap stock "chrome" hardware off and replaced it with black chrome hardware. I threw a pair of keystone style tuners and threw a Duncan 59 in the bridge. Overall It was very simple, fun, and cheap. My camera is cheap so the pics look crappy, but oh well.
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Rockybo on Gwar: "What costumes? They're from fucking outer-space, you retard."
#4
Im having some picture upload problems,lol. I wanted to just put all the pictures I have in one post, but oh well. It was really fun to do and it sounds great now.
Rockybo on Gwar: "What costumes? They're from fucking outer-space, you retard."
#6
I got all the hardware from www.guitarfetish.com. I am more than pleased with the quality of the products I purchased. Comparing the stock epiphone parts with the new ones I couldn't believe how much better the new ones are.
Rockybo on Gwar: "What costumes? They're from fucking outer-space, you retard."
#7
Yeah, I've dealt with Jay Abend before. Good parts, good price. Thanks for the info.
#8
I could probably go visit him if I wanted to, or at least the warehouse. It's in Medway, just north of my Massachusetts location, Bellingham.

Amazing, huh?