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    major reconstructive surgery on a Les Paul

    thanks everyone for the positive replies. Kizanski, thanks to the big fat body not neck heavy at all BoogieMKIIA, blend at neck to body was done to help with accessibility to the higher frets which I have always shied away from doing, but is a quick,simple operation and definitely helps. recommended mod to a LP you'l never sell😛 or is a beater anyways happy Sunday
  2. got asked if I could modify a Les Paul with a broken headstock. I do enjoy a challenge every once in a while. this one showed up with the previous "repair" not being very stable (to say it nicely) anyways, the owner wanted it to be transformed into a Bonabyrd. had to basically start from scratch and build a few quick jigs but turned out pretty nice in the end. have a great weekend everyone, cheers
  3. have a few FB-1 type home-grown guitars laying around. I'm on 48th ST. & Elliott, feel free to swing by anytime to check them out. cheers
  4. grossraum Muenchen, jetzt in Phoenix. werde checken ob es sinn macht cereal boxes nach Deutschland zu schicken
  5. bin uebrigens auch Bayer. seit 1994 in Arizona. cheers
  6. awesome, how much do you need for those boxes of cereal?
  7. would $30 for the tuners be acceptable?
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    Melancholy P-90 Goodness.

    awesome tune. does he use old Gibson Firebird pickups or aftermarket pickups?
  9. brainkillsbeercells

    TDC - Craig MacGregor

    awesome bass player. R.I.P
  10. I'll grab it. send me your PayPal info
  11. brainkillsbeercells

    Lacewood Firebird, first coat of Truoil

    Thanks for the input. no burst it is.
  12. what do you guys think. does it need some sort of burst? or leave it as is and build up more coats. have a great Sunday
  13. this one was direct mounted at one time, so it has nuts soldered to the legs. I have another one in zebra. both measure in the low 18s sell for $130, will sell them for half at $65 a piece. When all else fails, MCP has the Solution. Designed exclusively to put the batteries back in cars not guitars this humbucker will deliver replacing the sterilized actives with life and pristine power rich in overtone, detail, and clarity. With 17.8k DC resistance, your choice of a custom alnico or a ceramic bridge, focus and tightness are the game here. Play quiet as a kitty, or rip the volume knob and roar like a lion. There is no match for pure fury. The power and harmonics are flawless with a thumping tight bottom end, rail sliding mids, and nice gorgeous highs that make guitar players go back to using "passives". Tested throughly throughout the Detroit metal seen and has been approved by the most aggresive players stating, "This is it. This is the Solution!"
  14. brainkillsbeercells

    Happy Labor Day and showing off my new Pine Explorer

    built myself a T-Bird type body with some leftover wood i had for a cheap Chinese P-Bass neck someone gave me. body outline is a little off because the piece wasn't big enough. if you want to I can built you one with the correct dimensions
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    Happy Labor Day and showing off my new Pine Explorer

    no scoop, decided to paint it transparent red, unfortunately it covers the contrast of the lacewood, so i have to take the lacquer off and put it back together. pic shows the guitar before painting.
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