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awesome pictures! I love the in progress ones. It's awesome to see how a guitar really takes shape. damn shame that with things they way they are, I'll never get a chance to have a custom build made. oh well.

Yeah I know.

The whole reason for this thread was for all of us to enjoy works in progress past.

Anyone who has pics, please contribute.

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It looks great, all polished up and stuff. I just hope we have the screws for the pickups, Jackass!?!?!

Not sure if anybody is still inter ....ah what the hell....

For those of you who somehow still think that Jackass is normal I present these..... What man could turn liguid stuff that comes out of the spray gun into GLASS ?

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Elementary...

Here's a more recent one (definitely not MY guitar):

Is that Lou's?

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yup

Is that a Watson with a regular headstock?

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Elementary...

Here's a more recent one (definitely not MY guitar):

Is that Lou's?

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Austin

yup

Is that a Watson with a regular headstock?

Every Watson I have ever seen has had the three a side Hamer headstock

Check out the Cali in the rack. Who has that one?

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Nope.

It was a new Cali.

Mahogany body with a maple cap.

It MAY have been a "test" piece, since it didn't have a Custom Order tag, like every single other instrument on the line had.

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awesome pictures! I love the in progress ones. It's awesome to see how a guitar really takes shape. damn shame that with things they way they are, I'll never get a chance to have a custom build made. oh well.

Yeah I know.

The whole reason for this thread was for all of us to enjoy works in progress past.

Anyone who has pics, please contribute.

I've always felt that a public display of custom projects in process would be great marketing for smaller shops, and not just in the guitar world.

Bicycles, furniture/cabinet making, gun-smiths, amplifiers, motorcycles. Half of the love someone invests in owning something unique is watching it come to life in the hands of the craftsmen/women who are creating it.

The internet has made that very easy to do.

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Love's B-minor, and turns every finish into glass!

Yes, sir. When i got it. the finish was a frickin' mirror (especially the headstock). I talked with Greg and had a pretty cool CO in mind because of it.

Then, my economy went to jack...

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You should know! ;)

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Jackass here is Todd & Newman60 is Dave Brown.

Am I right?

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Superheroes never reveal their true identies!

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You Forgot Northfield...

Is Northfield Gary Pirro?

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I'm going with Tom, but i've been well known to not know what the hell i'm talking about.

This is the GTO forum, right?

I think Tom is heavier set and did a lot of the inlay work and neck carves.

I think

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You Forgot Northfield...

Is Northfield Gary Pirro?

No.

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