#1
Well since my last post about relabeling a guitar went over so well. Here is another one I going to have someone paint the headstock white then air brush some zebra strips on it. I haven't figured out who yet I told the guy at my local guitar shop about this he told me to find a Luthier he didn't know of one. He said I could take it to a bike shop that they could do it for me anyone every heard of that? The question is what logo decal would be a good choice? I first thought I should get a Kramer logo to put on it. But then I realized that you could quickly tell it wasn't buy the headstock. So does anyone know of a guitar that has a headstock that looks like mine? I am now thinking about an LTD decal anyone know of a well known guitar name I could slap on there without it looking to transparent.

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Last edited by YouWantToKillME at Jan 19, 2007,
#2
Not a very classy thing to do. Anyone with a lot of experience with guitars is going to see through your scam and then really look down on you.

There's nothing wrong with having a cheap guitar. Sometimes you just can't afford what you want. Practice hard, and then by the time you have some skills, hopefully you'll be able to buy a better instrument.

What you're trying to do is wrong in lots of ways. I hope you don't do it.
#3
just have the guy who is painting it write your name on it, don't put a name that isn't yours on a guitar!


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#4
Do a custom logo.
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#5
dude, what did you wind up doing with the "SG" you had? because i just bought one like yours (the guyput in some gibson '57's and it foesnt daound HORRIBLE(and it only was 100 dollars)) and i was thinking of changing the headstock too. i wouldnt put a "gibson" logo on it tho, the other guys are right, thats no bueno, but i planned on maybe putting my name or something up there, i thoght THAT would look awesome. but anyway, what did u do? or how did it turn out?
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Not a very classy thing to do. Anyone with a lot of experience with guitars is going to see through your scam and then really look down on you.

There's nothing wrong with having a cheap guitar. Sometimes you just can't afford what you want. Practice hard, and then by the time you have some skills, hopefully you'll be able to buy a better instrument.

What you're trying to do is wrong in lots of ways. I hope you don't do it.


I'm not trying to scam anybody I'm going to paint the headstock anyway the logo will be covered up. Should I just leave it blank? Will you please explain to me what's so wrong about it?

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dude, what did you wind up doing with the "SG" you had? because i just bought one like yours (the guyput in some gibson '57's and it foesnt daound HORRIBLE(and it only was 100 dollars)) and i was thinking of changing the headstock too. i wouldnt put a "gibson" logo on it tho, the other guys are right, thats no bueno, but i planned on maybe putting my name or something up there, i thoght THAT would look awesome. but anyway, what did u do? or how did it turn out?


That was only three days ago so I haven't done anything to it yet. I have ordered a full sized pickguard and a truss rod cover for it and I guess I'm going to order the gibson decals. I still don't see anything wrong with it I mean it is a gibson guitar.
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Taking off the current decal and putting Gibson decals on your guitar does not make your penis bigger.

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