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Discussion in 'Other T-Types and Partscasters' started by Strange Ol' Man, Feb 10, 2018.
First one . Kinda fun .
Well Hello Kitty !
You have these down to an art !
So.......thats where my old Pajamas went!
When I get it finish can I send it out and get some pix !!!!
Better than what I expected!
Hey I get ya ........Never done Pink . Had a light color body . Bleached her out and gonna roll it . Loosely inspire by a Hahn piece I saw . Not saying it'll be in the same league as him . Just trying to do something different.
Worse than i expected!
Takes a real man that is comfortable with his sexuality to play a pink guitar in public.
Heck, try playing C&W gigs at Moose Lodges and VFWs with this...
Nice. There's a pink Tele at a local pawnshop near me for $45. Can't remember the brand but it's full thickness and has a nice chunky neck. May grab it tomorrow if it's still there.
Guys like us ........ Really comfortable who we are . Tribute to all ladies in my life . Hell of a lot tougher than a lot guys out there part time it .
Gonna start rounds of Lacquer . The edge is One shot that I pulled on a Lazy Suzan . It will blend and straighten up on Lacquer fills the edge . Linden wood I get from James / Nakita Guitars . I roast it and it fills easy enough . Sounds great and I end up with 7 pounder .
Pink is actually an “in”color these days amongst my 16 year old son and his grungy skateboard set of buddies. That and weird denim overalls too. Go figure. That said while I find this guitar quite beautiful the pink and paisley and half-pickguard look ain’t for me...but if absolutely no choice I’d prefer the black pickguard.
Thanks Bud .
Looks even cooler with the white pickguard. Where did you get that beautiful rosewood neck? Are those clay dots?
My favorite of yours by far! Keep them coming man.
Body sold . I rarely ever do piece work . But its gong to the right bud . Rolling more after some adulting for the next few days .
I can't believe I actually like this guitar. Great job !!