oooI am rather selective when it comes to guitars.
For me, it's easier to build a guitar totally from scratch than to buy something off the shelf and
customize it. The bodies are made from poplar and maple woods. Most of them were built
when my left hand was wasted. I guess you could say that during that time instead of practicing guitar,
I was building them. The necks were taken off of guitars that I came across at local music stores. I sand
the fingerboards off of the necks and slap on a piece of 1/4" hard maple. Shape it, cut 24 fret slots and
hammer in Jim Dunlop jumbo frets. All guitars have one Seymour Duncan SH6 pickup, and a Floyd
Rose tremolo. The swirl paint jobs were done by laying the guitar down flat and pouring on different
colored paints, then smearing them around.
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