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Discussion in 'The Custom Shop' started by Mr. Satchmo, Jan 23, 2016.
excellent news eh
Holy mackerel, I feel so good I could get rid of my OHIP tomorrow, don'cha know der', bud?
If you need a translation, that's Canadian for "I'm super stoked"
Can't wait to start fitting all the hardware on. I swear that's my favorite part of the whole process.
This is what I ordered:
And the final results:
Wouldn't hesitate to order there again (great team)
Good lucking stuff ITT. Will they cut a pickguard off a tracing?
Contact them, they do lots of custom orders:
My 2012 Traditional had Creamtone aged hw and plastics - knobs, pointers, switch tip, pickguard, Pickguard bracket, Pickup rings, poker chip, switch nut, and Jack plate installed by the previous owner. I think they look great. However, I identify as a pickguard off type, so it is in the case.
(Picture from the original for sale thread)
Pretty much all the plastics are from Creamtone or sourced through Creamtone...
TruVintage 59 knobs, poker chip, Authentic 59 pickguard, and Wizz Rings, all on my Vaschenko that came with the Monty PAFs and Faber bridge/TP.
check out my Awesome Creamtone 5 ply wide bevel pick guard on my SG..
i'll see your Awesome 5 ply wide bevel guard:
...and raise you Creamtone/Wizz vintage height butyrate M-69 rings:
I bought 2 Creamtone pickguards for my babies SGs :
A small one for my Trans Black SG
A white fullface one for my Cream SG Ltd Edition ebony fretboard (not installed yet )
Creamtone pickguards are well build, great
And yet another happy buyer of the SG pickguard....
Very pleased with all my Cream Tone parts!
2016 R8 Lemon Standard Historic
Not the best picture......
Creamtone/True Vintage = Poker Chip, Jack Plate, Truss Rod Cover, Thumbwheels, and Knobs
Creamtone = Rings, Switch Tip, Guard Bracket
Dave Johnson pickguard
Great products/great service...............and if you do nothing else, get the knobs.........HUGE upgrade over what came on the guitar!!!!
I just installed my fifth harness from CreamTone. A drifted Bee harness for my 80s Burny semi.
So it finally happened, I met the great Lonnie Gilbert a few months ago. He drove down to meet me and hang out when I was working in Georgia. I can say first hand, that he rocks and is an amazing guy to hang out with. He also brought down the late led zep #1 they put together for me to play, damn was it incredible
How did you have the guts to face him after selling that Custom?