#1



I added and fixed a few things.

- Re-soldered ground wire to electronics.

- The lock for the 2 thickest strings is put on upside down, letting me keep the piece on and still switch between standard and drop d.

- Added 2 more springs to the pre-existing 2 to keep the bridge more stationary.

- Soon I will patch up the cracks and chips in the body/headstock.

Description of the guitar that you can't see in the picture.

- Dizm' Style bridge pickup.

- The material used for the inlays looks purple in the right light.

- Floyd Rose II bridge

The guy I bought it from had this made for himself back in 1990. The paintjob itself cost him $500+ So I got it for a steal. The body I haven't seen before but the neck is a Kramer style neck for sure.
#5
Yeah it sounds great it has a very sharp tone. I just need to adjust the lows a bit.
#8
its maple, rosewood is brown :/ are u the same guy who thought that the dark maple was rosewood? the maple gets darker as the finish on it ages, not that its another wood...
#9
Quote by Grimpenguin
its maple, rosewood is brown :/ are u the same guy who thought that the dark maple was rosewood? the maple gets darker as the finish on it ages, not that its another wood...

No and I haven't been here in a while
#12
the guitar itself looks really nice
good hardware and everything

but the paintjob doesn't do it for me.
still
props on an amazing bargain.