#1
I have a crappy squire right now but im thinkin bout buyin a new guitar. so i was wondering if trying to make a flying V out of a squire work
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#2
Depends on If you want to re-make the cavities inside. If I remember correctly, the cavity extends almost to the edge of the pick guard which will make it very hard to modify you existing body. If you however want to make a new body, it should be pretty easy.
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#3
Holy crap, that's hideous. Don't unleash that abomination into the world.


But really, what are you asking, yo wanna make it like pictured, or a real V?
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#4
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Holy crap, that's hideous. Don't unleash that abomination into the world.


+1
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#5
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Holy crap, that's hideous. Don't unleash that abomination abortion into the world.
*fixed*

When you do stupid things to a guitar, bad things can happen.
The clothesline tensioners in on the tail are not cosmetic.
The wood began to split from the stress.
The tensioners are the only thing keeping the split from migrating.
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