#1
So after a few years of buying, selling, and modifying guitars, i finally have come up with more than enough money to get my own ESP Custom. I am shooting for the stars with this, so i welcome feedback and critsicm about any flaws that these parts create with eachother. This is a 7-String model, and I WILL BE SUPPLYING ESP WITH MOST OF THESE PARTS. I got these parts from my previous guitars. I will tell you how i got the parts i will be supplying.


- 27" Baritone Scale
- Body Material: Mahagony
- Construction: Neck- Through
- Routing: Back (no pickgaurd)
- Body Shape: Iceman (custom)
- Bridge System: Edge Lo-Pro 7-String Chrome (Supplied, extracted from my Ibanez UV777... ima miss that baby )
- Pickup Configuration:
Bridge: Humbucker
Middle: N/ A
Neck: Humbucker
- Bridge Pickup: EMG-707 (Supplied, extracted from my old Dean Razorback 7 255)
- Neck Pickup: DiMarzio Air Norton 7 DP793
-Controls: Master Volume, Neck Tone, Bridge Tone, 3-way pickup toggle switch, EMG-AB, EMG- SPC
- Body Finish: Black w/ Silver outer bevel & custom graphic
- Neck Contour: Extra Thin Flat
- Fingerboard End: Round
- Fingerboard Material: Ebony
- Frets: 24
- Fret Size: Medium
- Inlays: Abalone Oval (custom, same as Herman Li's inlays)
- Nut Width: 43mm
- Nut Type: Floyd Rose 7- String Style Locking
- Headstock Shape: B.C. Rich Widow (elongated) (custom)
- Tuning Machines: Steinberger Gearless
- Headstock Finish: Black w/ silver outer bevel
- Headstock Logo: TRIDENT
#2
Why supply them with the parts it will cost the same if you do than if you don't.
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#3
oh will it?
well anyways i will still have to supply the edge lo-pro bridge, it has after all been discontinued.
i guess i will be putting my emg 707 back on my dean razorback then xD.
theres an extra $1000 for me.
#4
Quote by edge11
Why supply them with the parts it will cost the same if you do than if you don't.

you know i was actually thinking of supplying the emg-ab from my (quite old) esp tm-600.
if you are right than you have just saved me over $2000 dollars xD.
#5
If you've got all the parts, what do you think of making it yourself?
#6
From what I've heard, with no personal experience, mixing active and passive pickups can be quite a hassle...
#7
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If you've got all the parts, what do you think of making it yourself?

um, i dont have all the parts first of all (although i certainly have the money to buy it all), and if i knew, i probably woulve already, but i have utterly no idea how to make my own guitar. if you could teach me, id be ecstatic xD
#9
Then get a guitar builder in Hawaii to make a guitar for your.. It would be cheaper.
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#10
Im not sure ESP will install an Ibanez trem for you, but if they do, keep the universe and get an EDGE 7 for your custom.

and yeah +1 to building it yourself.




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