Mine was all pallets. My wife is a huge Pinterest nerd and found the idea. Most of the time the pallets are already aged and crapped out looking, which is perfect. We had that old 70s tongue & groove pine boards up before so instead of tearing it down, I just hung 1/4" rock on it. Went fast...
The leaf sheep. It's so dope. I want a leaf sheep.
The heritage. I bought my first Gibson - a 2007 Vintage Mahogany Studio in 2007. Brand new! Tons of bang for the buck. It gives me the tone I love, classic looks and there's pride in owning an American made icon.
As a self-taught player, I have never come remotely close to the limits of...
They kept all the clipped corners to make more guitars. Eventually, with all the new guitars being made and corners being clipped, they won't have to harvest more trees because the clipped corner supply will be enough to keep the system stocked.
It's basically this, but for guitars:
How do the jacks feel? If they're looser than normal, the movement and air pressure could be enough to dislodge them. You could replace the jacks or install a cup or something over the top in the back to shield them from the air waves.