Doctor Turn wrote:It looks like it's half guitar, half rack of ribs, half Giger creature (I'm using Alex Jones math)
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Still, IMHO it looks best with a solid, or maybe metallic undercoat. Seems like a waste with exotic topwoods.
will it be available with natural body binding?
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tbonesullivan wrote:Still, IMHO it looks best with a solid, or maybe metallic undercoat. Seems like a waste with exotic topwoods.
i would agree...but I think it could still look killer on flamed maple. i see so much flamed maple (and similar-looking sycamore) in so many building lobbies and elevators that I'm immune to it's "exotic-ness" (even though my all-time fav guitar is my CS6. and it's the 'standard' wood on several models), I think it could still be cool to see clear flamed maple with black crackle, as long as the cracks were fairly wide (which I'm not always a fan of, otherwise).
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