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Discussion in 'Sponsor Classifieds' started by luthierjr, Jun 13, 2008.
Likewise, and I hope you do! I want my guitars played not just looked at!
I believe you will!
Yep...lovin' this one I am. Superb work!
Little internal organs pictures.... I like shielding. I don't like humming.
Good God!!!! I'm working on it, it will be.......mine!!!
Thats NICE brother!!!!
Very cool. It looks traditional but still has a modern edge to it. Awesome!
Thanks. I got another one I'll have pics of by the end of the weekend. It's a surf green one. After that next week I'll start getting the traditional looking ones out....
Beautiful.......looking at the build pics I think it would look cool in a matte clear finish (like the LP Standard Faded) with no pickguard - I like the huge neck joint on that thing.......
I'm digging the vibe of this one. It roars too. Tons of bark, and power.
More pics here:
Bombshell Standard Gallery
dude breath-taking is all I can say...
Amazing!!!! You're killing me man!!!
Why do the luthiers always do this to me? Amazing work....
Thanks fellas. While I'm at it can I convince you all to go over to my site and vote on the poll on the front page? 10 free guitars for every vote!!*
*- pictures of guitars
I voted, where's my prize?
I was shocked to see that I voted with the majority. By the way, I'm not big of D/Cs but that guitar is incredible, you did a fantastic job. If I were a "rock star" and I wanted a cool "different" guitar for stage, I would probably rock that. Good job mang!
Edit: hats off to your web designer, I really liked the "page turning" effect on the gallery. Very classy.
Very nice! I wouldn't have thought it, but I love the surf green!
I was going through my stock yesterday when I came across a Standard model that was ready for finish. I must have overlooked it (see what happens when your shop is a mess). So I have one Standard model ready for finish!
You choose the neck profile, right now it's carved like a pre 59' gibson (big and rounded. .950 at the first fret and 1.150 at the 12th) but I can modify it to whatever you like. You choose the finish/color. You choose the hardware. I can have it in finish within a week or so of getting all the specs ironed out.
Here are the standard features along with some options:
Bombshell standard features
-One piece Honduran mahogany body.
-One piece Honduran mahogany neck.
-Madagascar rosewood fingerboard with pearl dots.
-1 11/16ths nut width, Bone nut
-Ebony peghead overlay with pearl logo.
-Gotoh open back vintage style tuners.
-Badass wraparound adjustable bridge.
-Jason Lollar soapbar P-90 bridge pickup.
-NOS paper in oil tone capacitor with vintage cloth wiring.
-Full gloss finish. Standard (ie no extra charge) colors are: TV Yellow, Vintage white Blonde, Cherry, and Onyx.
-Professional arched top hardshell case.
-Two way adjustable truss rod.
-Limited lifetime warranty to original owner.
Mini Gotoh 510 - $100
Schallers Mini- $75
Grover Mini's - $75
Waverlys (may be more or less depending on the model) - $250
TV Jones Ptron - $50
Lindy Fralin P90 - $75
Duncan P90 - $75
Duncan Stack P90 - $75
Van Zandt P90 - $75
Pigtail wraparound- $125
Schaller - $100
TonePro's wraparound - $125
TonePro's locking studs - $50
Sunburst (top only) - $150
Sunburst (full body) - $350
Custom Color (body only) - $100
Custom Color (full body) - $175
Satin neck (back of neck, peghead still gloss) - No Charge
Full Nitro - $300
Tor-Tis - $50
Tor-Tis Firestripe - $75
Bone - No Charge
Pre-Ban elephant ivory - $100
Fossil walrus ivory - $100
Graphite - No Charge
Cedar creek custom case - $300
Calton flight case - $750
Ameritage - $300
pic of the neck and body in question...
not as bright as the pic seems...
Should be finished tomorrow.. I'll post more pics then..
I like it Dude!!! Can't wait for the final pics!