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Old 06-20-2010, 12:25 AM   #1
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Cool Post your EXTREME makeovers!

I've seen some great transformations scattered around, figure it would be cool to get them in one place

This isnt for pup/plastic swaps etc,but major work IE refins, restorations, significant addition/subtractions of wood etc, simply put the before and afters should look radically different

Heres my Studio VM Last did a total overhaul on ( sorry if some of you are sick of it already...I'm just really proud to own it)

Before








She looked good stock in direct sunlight, and I didnt buy it as a project. The thin sin they put on these was just way too thin...whatever the previous owner used to clean/polish took all the nitro off the back of the nack and liekely other parts as well....after 10-20 minutes or so of play....I got a horrible strong mettalic taste in my mouth from the cherry stain...(it sucked)

Talked to member Last about it....and within less than a week of owning it it was on its way to MO

After many long weeks and tons of ideas....I got to celebrate probably my best NGD so far...and I've had quite a few over the years









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Old 06-20-2010, 12:27 AM   #2
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The best part is...she play and sounds a whole lot better than she looks

For those interested in all the gory details

http://www.mylespaul.com/forums/gibs...pic-heavy.html

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Old 06-20-2010, 12:38 AM   #3
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God I love that thing Ice!
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get ready to see this major overhaul...

















turned into...











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C'mon man.... I've never purposefully **** in any of your threads...why did you feel the need to in mine?
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The red top with dark back is stunning.

I have no makeover to contribute but looking forward to seeing some.
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C'mon man.... I've never purposefully **** in any of your threads...why did you feel the need to in mine?
that wasn't meant to be mean or anything! it's just all i've done to my guitar!
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OK, this isn't mine, but this one has had an extreme makeover. It may have been on MLP before, I can't remember.

I can't post pics directly because they're not mine, but here is a link to a luthiers site in NZ...

Mr Glyn's guitar repair: Les Paul
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Old 06-20-2010, 02:54 AM   #9
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Great looking Les Paul Ice! Love the Glossy finish but you still can see the grain clearly.
I have refinished 2 strats, one in tobacco burst, the other in a cherry burst. I scrounged up a few pictures, not the whole process but some nonetheless.

BTW, Ive always felt that a Les Paul needs binding. Eventhough I like Studios, they look naked w.o the binding.


Original American Strat. Poly Finish. Finish was worn and dented.

Poly Finish being degooped.

Most of the Goop taken off.

Mostly Sanded Off not completely.
Cant find the paint and nitro spraying parts at the moment.
Made Some Slash Inspired Parts on my Own....

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Tobacco Finish. 11 or 12 Layers of Nitro if i remember correctly. Nice Shine.

Full guitar, I think I used phone camera, makes guitar look really dark. In reality looks like it came out of the Fender Custom Shop.

Heres another pic of the Start with my 2001 Les Paul Studio in Pewter finish. I was experimenting with Line6, not the best move on my part...
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My Squire '51 project, after.
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Bought this RR3 on ebay 6 years ago for $200. Paint and Dimarzios made it a fun nod to RR.

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The best part is...she play and sounds a whole lot better than she looks

For those interested in all the gory details

http://www.mylespaul.com/forums/gibs...pic-heavy.html

Lets see some more !
i have said it before and will say it again, i love mY VM and now youres is an absolute beautiful piece of art, but did it change its tone at all, because i really love the tone of my VM{big difference without the maple cap} and dont want to screw that up, otherwise i will be sending it out to last to do a project on mine!
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Not a Gibson, but a wine red 06 Highway One Telecaster that I picked up a few years ago, brutally scratched not long after. It was a worn flat finish, to begin with, so I dismantled it, stripped everything that was on it, lightly sanded to get rid of the crap, cleaned it off, and painted it in this weird blue color, using car paint. I put a few clear coats on, and left it for a bit. I wanted a black guard, and I was waiting for one to just show up somewhere I guess. I don't know why I picked this blue, other than I think I might have been going for the Super Cheese.

Ended up not touching it for a while, until about 6 months ago, my brother, for no reason, just buys me some Fender Samasium Cobalt noiseles Tele pickups. Cool, I install them, but I didn't want to put this thing back together, until I had that pickguard.

Until Yesterday. I went to see about the guard, it was not to found, so, I said '**** it!' , I'll keep the white one, and here it is. This is a really awesome Tele. I **** you not, if I only had this guitar, I'd be very content.
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As many of you know, I like to refinish guitars as well. I refinished my '97 Classic a few times before I was finally happy. Here's the short story....

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Hell, I'll weigh in to this thread.

Here's a few pics of my extreme makeover Gibby. Originally a '74 Les paul Custom, ebony black. Some nameless peice of work routed the body binding front and back, leaving what you see now. Headstock and neck all smashed up. Free routed the middle HB hole. Added the little hole between the pots. It's been drilled five times (FIVE TIMES!) for strap buttons.

Came with no electrics at all. Fitted Dimarzio pups I had laying around, original brass nut, original bridge, old speed knobs, Schaeller tuners, new everything else.

Brought her back as good as I could. Body nitro finished, neck as smooth as butter.

Beautiful, earthy, solid monster. My trailer park guitar. Yee ha.
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that wasn't meant to be mean or anything! it's just all i've done to my guitar!
Fair enough, it was the first photo contribution, and the second line of the thread read

"This isnt for pup/plastic swaps etc,but major work IE refins, restorations, significant addition/subtractions of wood etc, simply put the before and afters should look radically different"

I can understand getting a bunch of posts like that when thread gets several pages long as folks just roll with the last page (been guilty of that many times) but for a first reply that kinda irked me ...its all good




Some really cool stuff here Love the big flake copper/orange on Jive's S'51. I always loved JamesD's rum and coke burst...one of the classiest bursts I've seen.

Bens stripped down custom looks really fricking cool...I dont really like customs either..

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i have said it before and will say it again, i love mY VM and now youres is an absolute beautiful piece of art, but did it change its tone at all, because i really love the tone of my VM{big difference without the maple cap} and dont want to screw that up, otherwise i will be sending it out to last to do a project on mine!
Tone is radically different in a good way...I'm sure just the refin had a fairly significant impact but I also had all the lectronics and pups changed so it better have a different tone

Had this



yanked out for this



And the BBpros swapped out for a 57 classic neck and unpotted Burstbucker 3 bridge. She's sounds a lot more like a hot rodded vintage standard, she's a lot brighter sounding and more cryptically ..."tighter and focused" I'm happy
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WoW!

Do you ever know how to take pics man!



Almost didn't even recognize the damn thing!

Time for a beer me thinks. Hey it IS FATHERS DAY after all.

I'll dig through some of my albums for this thread, though I'm sure I've posted most of them throughout the two years I've been here would be nice to have them all in one thread.

Great idea!

Love seeing some of the other members refins too.

Some very talented people in here to be sure.
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I gotta ask James as I've never done color over binding (yet)~!

Is this as hard as it l@@ks?



Also for removing the existing finish how did you go about removing it with the plastic binding in place?

I mean strippers will surely melt that binding & sanding can change your top carve.

Care to share?
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OK, this isn't mine, but this one has had an extreme makeover. It may have been on MLP before, I can't remember.

I can't post pics directly because they're not mine, but here is a link to a luthiers site in NZ...

Mr Glyn's guitar repair: Les Paul
Extreme is right...as in extremely fugly!
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Ice, your guitar turned out GORGEOUS! That's just a stunning guitar. Kudos to both you and VM. I don't think any LP fan would mind having that one.
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One of my 1st BFG Refins before my wife got involved with removing all electronics & wire them up for me when completed.



A hell of a lot easier when you remove things & do it up proper.
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WoW!

Do you ever know how to take pics man!

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I just take a crap ton of pics at different ISO settings and angles...hell I'll have 30 or so crap pics for every decent one. Thats the beauty of digital photography

I just use a little point and shoot cannon

PowerShot SD790 IS Digital Camera

A good friend of mine is an art photography proffesor at a Baltimore art school, he taught me a good bit about simple lighting and angle techniques and when I'm in the market he lets me know what cameras in my price range have the best CMOS sensors, thats the most important part acoording to him for raw image quality, everything else is post processing. With my old 4MP cannon digital elph I usually had to photoshop to get my imageas right, with this one I just crop in windows and done

Next time my buddy is in town I'm gonna get him to take some pics of her
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Yeah I take a ton too but nothing comes through like yours.

Here's one of my favorite MODS simple enough to accomplish too & it makes for a HUGE difference me thinks.



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Currently working on this one today in fact.



Just putting a Nitro Gloss Finish on her. Started out as an ES-335 Satin DOT CS.

Edit: WOOT Finished!


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This baby:

Changed to Grover Rotomatics, RS Guitarwork vintage kit, a NOS T-bucker at the bridge and finally, shaved down the neck from these measures:





Now she's 22 mm at first fret, and 24 mm at 13th fret... More playability...

Touch up will be performed by the faboulous Metamatic during this summer....

No tone loss...
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Now she's 22 mm at first fret, and 24 mm at 13th fret... More playability...
Now that's MODDING to the EXTREME!
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I gotta ask James as I've never done color over binding (yet)~!

Is this as hard as it l@@ks?



Also for removing the existing finish how did you go about removing it with the plastic binding in place?

I mean strippers will surely melt that binding & sanding can change your top carve.

Care to share?


I'm happy to share. For removing the old finish, I sand using an orbital sander until I get very close to the wood, so close that you can see the grain through the color (even if the original color is opaque).

This is all done with much caution, because as you mentioned there is a chance of changing the top carve if you're not careful, and we certainly don't want to do that.

I start with 100, then continue stepping up until I get to 400. At that pint I'm very close to the wood but not quite there yet. At this point I proceed with a 600 grit sandpaper by hand until I *just* reach the wood. Sanding by hand with 600 grit ensures that only a fraction of a fraction of a milimeter of wood is touched. Caution is also used around the binding, of course, as you'll have remove the clear nitro lacquer. I usually do this with 400 & 600, by hand.

After stain or dye stage, it's not too difficult to scrape the top of the binding with a sharp razor, and it's even easier to slice your hand open, so be careful! I should also mention that it's much easier to scrape lacquer off the binding than it is dye or stain - dye is the worst, as I painfully discovered with this refinish.

Is it hard? No, not really. But it IS time consuming and tedious working with the binding in place. I probably spend over an hour scraping the top of the binding when I do a refinish like this.

Let me know if you have any other questions - I'll be happy to share.
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I got this melody maker SG with the control cavity shattered. It went from basket case to sweat 60's wood rocking player. You couldn't find the repair when I was done.
I would love to find out who has it now, if it survived.

Sorry for the crappy pics, they were taken in the early 90's before digital camera's & I had to scan old pic's.




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^^ I wanna know what happened to that thing!
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I second that.
Great stuff happening here.
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