#4
Aren't they just custom finishes done by the owner of the guitar?
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#5
Quote by sashki
You can paint any guitar like that.



I have seen vinyl stickers for that too.
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#6
They're just normal guitars painted like that.
That 2nd one is a Chavel, or at least the neck is.
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Is there any black people on UG?
I don't think a lot of black people play guitar anymore.

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they all kinda went extinct after hendrix really.


Needless to say, I lol'ed.

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#10
Quote by sashki
You can paint any guitar like that. And I think american select-series Jacksons are available stock with that paint job.



Ironic?
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#14
Quote by sashki
How? Pearl Harbour reference? Or am I missing something?

The rising sun with the rays was (maybe still is) the symbol for Japan's military, and became a symbol for Japanese Nationalism during World War II.

Also, Jackson makes guitars in Japan as well, so it's simply ironic that the Rising Sun guitar would be made in the US, not Japan.
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#15
Quote by gwitersnamps
The rising sun with the rays was (maybe still is) the symbol for Japan's military, and became a symbol for Japanese Nationalism during World War II.

Also, Jackson makes guitars in Japan as well, so it's simply ironic that the Rising Sun guitar would be made in the US, not Japan.

Er...
That makes about as much sense as saying that all Che Guevara T-shirts should be made in Cuba.
#16
Quote by sashki
Er...
That makes about as much sense as saying that all Che Guevara T-shirts should be made in Cuba.


Actually that's pretty ironic, too. Using his face on T-Shirts for profit (a very capitalist venture) that is.
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#17
Quote by sashki
Er...
That makes about as much sense as saying that all Che Guevara T-shirts should be made in Cuba.

Che wasn't Cuban