#1
Hey everyone

Groleau Guitar www.artsonic.ca

PRS inspired

Mahogany body and neck flame maple top
Cocobolo fretboard
Seymour duncan distortion in neck ( with coil split)
DImarzio d-activator in bridge
EMG after burner
2 tone 2 volume
string through body
TOM bridge
3 way selector
planet wave locking tuners

now here it is

just click the facebook link i put them all in an album

ALMOST FINISHED:P


http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=143713&l=e2be7&id=874590600


Discuss :P

i want feedback :P
#5
^ Just post a few here at least man. We don't like links.

Most of here at UG would be content if we never had to leave it. Ever. Rofl.
Enjoi <--- Friend me
Quote by Scowmoo
Otter, you're my new god.
#6
Quote by Øttər
Wow that looks really nice. Was it you that built it?



No it's a luthier that is making it for me

cant wait to see What Ormsby will think of it
#9
Quote by -MintSauce-
Very nice indeed!!

This photo cracks me up, for some reason:

picture


I have never seen it done like that before.

You know what would be really crazy? Do it like that, then fill the hole with acrylic or something. Then you have a flat top/carved top guitar... trippy.
Enjoi <--- Friend me
Quote by Scowmoo
Otter, you're my new god.
#10
Quote by Øttər
I have never seen it done like that before.

You know what would be really crazy? Do it like that, then fill the hole with acrylic or something. Then you have a flat top/carved top guitar... trippy.


its been cut out since

he does it like that to still have acces to the back for his routing

if you look further on its landed at the finishing step

neck is done body also

edit:

click the link and check the pics, the neck wasnt glued on in that pic!!!
Last edited by ferguson911 at Oct 4, 2008,
#11
Yeah, I saw the other photos. What I meant was you could fill it with a clear plastic, then when it hardens, cut it out, to have a cool, clear topped guitar sort of thing.

Also, I've never seen that method before, because all the ones I have seen, you cut out the shape, glue it to the body, and then carve. This is an interesting method.
Enjoi <--- Friend me
Quote by Scowmoo
Otter, you're my new god.
#13
i love seeing guitars commissioned to small time luthiers... it gives me a warm fuzzy feeling that there's hope for humanity

guitar looks good i dont like the headstock design, though. how much did you spend?
Support your local luthier!

Timpson Guitars and TDM Pickups rock ;D

I make guitars and pickups. I also make sh*t that'll blow you the f*k up as well as things that will rebuild you - I have the technology
#14
Quote by nuthinbuttrubl8
i love seeing guitars commissioned to small time luthiers... it gives me a warm fuzzy feeling that there's hope for humanity

guitar looks good i dont like the headstock design, though. how much did you spend?


3.2k i beleive


well worth the money. All of his guitars i have played inthe region are true masterpeices!
#15
I like the guitar, it looks great, and probably plays beautifully.
Enjoi <--- Friend me
Quote by Scowmoo
Otter, you're my new god.
#16
Quote by Øttər
I like the guitar, it looks great, and probably plays beautifully.



I cant wait till its strung up (A)

quick note its a long scale due to my big hands:P perfect fit
#17
Quote by ferguson911
No it's a luthier that is making it for me

cant wait to see What Ormsby will think of it


why does my opinion matter?

Regards,
Perry Ormsby

Pevious builds:
HERE!
#18
^ Well... you are sort of like, the greatest luthier of all time.


It sort of be like jesus telling you he likes your iPhone. I think...
Enjoi <--- Friend me
Quote by Scowmoo
Otter, you're my new god.
#19
Quote by Øttər
^ Well... you are sort of like, the greatest luthier of all time.


It sort of be like jesus telling you he likes your iPhone. I think...

Nah it'd be like jesus telling you he likes your religion