#1
I'm bored. I know this has been done before. This is kinda different..

Please go really really really in depth. exactly what you want. something a little bit different? add it in. please be precise . i'm curious to see if people actually like guitars exactly the way theyre made... oh and this is really therapeutic it makes me feel good thinking about it...

for me:
Neck-thru RR1T.
Reverse Headstock
Snow White with RR5 pinstripes.
Gold Tonepros Locking bridge.
Ebony Fretboard with Grey (or if possible gold or silver o.o) inlays.
24 Jumbo Frets
EMG 81 B, EMG 85 N
Gold Sperzel Locking Tuners.
Cutting off a lot of the neck heel for greater fret access.
Unfinished neck. (no paint for speed and less friction (like alexi's guitar))
2 Vol 1 Tone. 3 way switch
Maple Neck
Alder Body.
25.5" scale.
battery compartment in the back for pickups...
gold truss rod cover with PAk engraved in it

One of those and an RR1 with a floating floyd rose and a sustainer block.
instead of emg's on this i'd like seymour duncan blackouts.

AMP:
Mesa/Boogie Triple Rectifier w/ a 4x12 straight cab.
Peavey 6505+ w/ the recto cab.

PEDALS:
ibanez TS-9's
Morley Bad Horsie 2
MXR Stereo Chorus
MXR Flanger
MXR EVH Phase 90
ISP Decimator Rack
Korg Pitchblack Tuner
MXR Boost Pedal
Plexiglass Pedalboard. the best pedalboard ever! bulletproof


wow wasnt that fun..
Jackson RR5 ivory w/ EMG 81/85
Jackson DX6 w/ SD Distortion & Dimarzio Super Distortion
Fender Starcaster Sunburst
Mesa/Boogie DC-3
Johnson JT50 Mirage
Ibanez TS-9
Morley Bad Horsie 2
Boss CE-5

ISP Decimator
Boss DD-6
Korg Pitchblack
Last edited by apak at Aug 21, 2008,
#2
thats easy:
a 1963 seafoam green fender jazzmaster
>walnut body
>Pau ferro fretboard
>trapezoid inlays
>two seymour duncan invader SH-8 humbuckers
>coil tap
>in/out of phase
>three way switch
>lead and rhythm curcuit
Quentin
#3
Quote by strat_attack
thats easy:
a 1963 seafoam green fender jazzmaster
>walnut body
>Pau ferro fretboard
>trapezoid inlays
>two seymour duncan invader SH-8 humbuckers
>coil tap
>in/out of phase
>three way switch
>lead and rhythm curcuit


nice, i love the seafoam too
08' Fender MiA Strat
Fender Blues Junior
#4
a custom built super strat, using the parts from my old broken-by-the-will-of-god guitar.*

24 fret super strat
small frets
ridiculously low action
neck thru
purpleheart neck
maple fretboard
seymour duncan hotrail (bridge)
emg hz s3 (neck)
black ice passive overdrive
emg afterburner
floyd rose trem
no cap on the pickup selector switch


*rest in piece, you will probably never be plugged in again.
#8
Quote by guitarnoobie
*looks at avatar*

^Lenny stratocaster is nice too. I would really love a strat with the same body with the inlay behind the bridge, but with a rosewood neck and a left handed tremolo, all decked out in gold hardware including brassnut. That would be dreamy.
#9
VOS SG in a faded brown color with a black pickguard 57 classic in the neck and a Angus Young sig in the bridge. It also has to have a maestro tailpiece.
Rawr! I'm a dinosaur
#10
Whenever I get the money, I will build this guitar:

24 medium fret super thin (kind of like the ibanez wizard necks) neck (wood yet to be determined)
Bloodwood fretboard with pearl inlays (haven't decided on shape yet... maybe triangles just for kicks...)
Oak body (also super thin) with purpleheart inlays scattered randomly
HSH pickups with 5-way switch and push/pull knob to make it SSH
I don't know exactly what pickups... probably a gibson 57+ for the bridge humbucker...
Definitely a Bigsby bridge though as I don't use the tremolo bar that much, but it's fun every now and then...

Anyhoo, that's it for now... one day when I get rich, I'll make it, but for now it's just a dream!
Super-mega-ultra-neato things should go here!!
#11
My absolute perfect guitar, at this point in my life:

Jackson Kelly Painted Grey Timber Wolf bound in Kelly green
Left hand
Neck through
Graphite and maple neck 5 Piece 28" scale
Ebony finger board
24 medium jumbo frets
Entire neck color matched to Bher's paint called "Grey Timber Wolf" bound in Kelly green
A 4x2 reverse Kelly style headstock
A recessed area behind the bridge for the controls(the tops of the knobs are BELOW the surface of the wood and they're mounted sideways so that instead of turning them, you slide your finger on them)
Clear red knobs back lit by a red LED
A non tremolo bridge, probably not a TOM either
Strung with HEAVY strings, I'm talking 13s, maybe even 14s
I'm not sure on the pickups.
Metallic red tuners, not sure on the brand, but a 20:1 at least
A graphite nut
Custom inlays: 1-7 spell out KAZHOLE and 11-13 have the Kazerfly both made of red plexiglass and back lit with LEDS

Yeah...
still can't decide on a pick up configuration though...
#12
how come nobody said AMG pickups yet. btw stock aint that bad just sounds like complete s*** unless it a BC, or AXL or other metal guitar
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#13
Quote by YYZX
"battery compartment in the back." WTF?


Do you want the battery box in the front?
#15
Ibanez RG body, Solid Mahogany with quilt maple top. Transparent Blue
A bit thicker Ibanez Wizard neck. Locking nuts. 24 jumbo frets with custom inlays
Edwards Horizon headstock style
Abalone binding on front, back, neck, headstock.
Seymour Duncan JB on bridge, Seymour Duncan Jazz on neck
Ibanez ZR tremolo.
3 way switch. 2 Pushpull knobs.

That's my dream guitar. Going to build one like that from with Warmoth soon :p
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ESP Standard Eclipse I CTM VW
ESP LTD Deluxe H-1001
ESP LTD Deluxe Viper-1000 STBC
ESP Edwards E-EX-100STD
Warmoth Paulcaster "Tiger"
Tanglewood TW170 AS
Vox Tonelab ST
Blackstar HT-1R


#17
Hmm im a drummer,but mine would be,
Dean Razorback V
EMG pickups
Floyd Rose or ZR Trem (not that theyd do a ZR on a Dean)
Custom Paintjob (Dime Signature Style Job)
Ernie Ball Slinkys

OR
Ibanez S Series With my own style of body cos i hate how slim they are
ZR Trem
EMG Zakk Wyldes

Thats Pretty Much It
Oh My Goodness Its
Joe
=]
#18
there al already multiple threads on this
but
when i get the money, i shall build this:
mahogony stratocaster body, clear finish
showcase flame maple neck/macasser ebony fretboard
EMG 81 in the bridge
Seymour Duncan five two stratpickup in the middle
Seymour Duncan SH-4 JB in the neck
schaller floyd rose
schaller locking tuners
schaller locking nut
3 tremelo springs
all gold harware
black pickguard
super pickup selector
one volume knob, two tone knobs
pearl dot inlays
and that is my dream guitar
Last edited by stratdud39 at Aug 20, 2008,
#19
Fender Baritone special HH - but im modding it.

Mahogany Body
Ebony Fretboard
Maple Neck
2 x Seymour Duncan Phat Cat SPH90-1 pickups
tuneomatic bridge
ernie ball strings gauge 10
Custom 12th MOP inlay saying "Tim"
All other inlays like the LP Rectangular ones
Glass volume/tone knobs
white tipped pickup switch

That would be serious nice.
Tim.

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#20
My Dream Guitar:

1956 - 1958 Alder Sunburst Stratocaster body
1957 Stratocaster V Shaped Soft Maple Neck
Fender Vintage Tuners
Blocked Vintage 6pole Trem.
Nicely Shielded white pickguard
Vinatge late '50's early 60's pickups
3 positon switch
Cream pickup covers and knobs

Not that great but it is what I want.
#21
Quote by Bottle of Dirt
Do you want the battery box in the front?


He probably didn't know emgs require batteries.

I guess my dream guitar would be the Jackson RR I already own and put together except with 24 frets, it has 22. *sigh*

Mahogany w/flame maple top
EMG 81+85
OFR
Bolt on neck with rosewood fingerboard
All Gold hardware
22 frets ... yeah
#22
Quote by YYZX
"battery compartment in the back." WTF?

active pickups. so i dont have to take apart my guitar just to replace my batteries for the emg's
Jackson RR5 ivory w/ EMG 81/85
Jackson DX6 w/ SD Distortion & Dimarzio Super Distortion
Fender Starcaster Sunburst
Mesa/Boogie DC-3
Johnson JT50 Mirage
Ibanez TS-9
Morley Bad Horsie 2
Boss CE-5

ISP Decimator
Boss DD-6
Korg Pitchblack
#23
Who's that other guy with the Lenny avatar?

We will fight to the death one day.

My dream guitar is the one I own, '99 HSS Fender Strat, made in the U.S. of A

My dream guitar is a guitar I love, and I love this one.
#24
i thought you were the saem guy. lol
Jackson RR5 ivory w/ EMG 81/85
Jackson DX6 w/ SD Distortion & Dimarzio Super Distortion
Fender Starcaster Sunburst
Mesa/Boogie DC-3
Johnson JT50 Mirage
Ibanez TS-9
Morley Bad Horsie 2
Boss CE-5

ISP Decimator
Boss DD-6
Korg Pitchblack
#25
Mahogany body
Maple neck
Ebony board (with black dots)
All black hardware, with a gold SD Phat Cat in the bridge
1 vol 1 tone

Like so (sorry for low homemade quality but you get the idea):


I figured out the total of building one from Warmoth: about $1,200. Am seriously considering doing it.

Head: Vox AC100CPH ($1,250, same as my dream guitar )


Cab: B-52 ST-412 ($600) (Celestion Vintage 30's ) (Yeah I like the straight version, no slant )
Lefty Black Gibson SG Special with EMG 60/85
15w Laney Hard Core Max
SG Commando

Quote by donkey the wise
I think plod just won the thread. All 1,019 pages of it. Won.
#26
24 jumbofrets, wizard neck
Super custom body that's shaped like a snake (Would look like an "S" laid down on the side)
EMG's
Kahler PRO
3-position switch
...

Wait!! I've got more, it's just that.. This thread is like.. No, just.. No.

.. Mkay, I don't know what more I want. :P

/7/rR

(This thread isn't a no no, seriously. ;o)
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#27
Quote by JahCohBee
Whenever I get the money, I will build this guitar:

24 medium fret super thin (kind of like the ibanez wizard necks) neck (wood yet to be determined)
Bloodwood fretboard with pearl inlays (haven't decided on shape yet... maybe triangles just for kicks...)
Oak body (also super thin) with purpleheart inlays scattered randomly
HSH pickups with 5-way switch and push/pull knob to make it SSH
I don't know exactly what pickups... probably a gibson 57+ for the bridge humbucker...
Definitely a Bigsby bridge though as I don't use the tremolo bar that much, but it's fun every now and then...

Anyhoo, that's it for now... one day when I get rich, I'll make it, but for now it's just a dream!



oak is not a tone wood, you will get crap sound out of it.........
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