#1
Is there any company that makes custom guitars from start to finish, that also does custom body graphics?
#2
no big name ones off the top of my head, unless you wanted to try getting hold of gibson custom shop.

i know that a local shop of mine, kelleys, does custom guitar and graphics, try searching around in your area.
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unfortuneately no one does it in my area or near me. Would Warmoth be able to do it?



they accept custom paintjobs as in colors and bursts ( i think), but itll be over priced... and i dont think they do graphics
#6
doesn't schecter do custom worK
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#8
I know First Act's custom shop does it, and they put out some GREAT stuff from their custom shop.
#11
I think as long as your willing to pay big money any of the big guitar companies will be happy to build you the guitar of your dreams.

I like Ed Roman's designs and I am trying to save some dough to have him build me a custom guitar.

I am working on my own guitar project now. I am waiting on parts and a neck I can use so I can get it done. I actually laminated my guitar project with a rusty metal look formica for a very different look. I will post a pic when i get it all together. Not sure how it will sound it started as a Kramer Randy Rhoades type guitar body that was modified that I modified even more. This is my first attempt at any type of builing a guitar and if it work out i will buy a body blank and start the next from scratch.

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Did you build that out of a table or something?
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#16
Close, the laminate is formica you can use for counter tops and such it was left over from a job I did. I was going to do it in some exotic wood laminate but I wanted something totally different. I found some brushed aluminum laminate I might use for another project. The funny thing is I have an old antique table that is 2" thick and solid mahogany I plan on using for a couple guitar bodies. I can get at least two from it without a problem it's much cheaper than buying body blanks.


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