- Jan 10, 2015
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3) Maybe sws1 can confirm or refute this, but to my knowledge, the original owners/artist of the burst in question do get SOME compensation per guitar sold. That is also factored into the upcharge of the guitar.
It's pretty much an insignificant part of the uncharge. The aging is far more costly and it can take days per guitar. Also, there is extra R&D involved in a CC since they are testing color samples, modeling the neck, programming the CNC machines for a unique guitar, etc. VS a normal TH which has already had all the R&D done.