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Schecter Synyster Gates Custom S

🎸 Schecter Synyster Gates Custom S

Love this acrylic strat! I wonder where the blue light or reflection is coming from. LED acrylic strat - Shared by The Lewis Hamilton Band

Gibson Les Paul Deluxe in burgundy, Pete Townshend's "Number One", featuring two mini-humbuckers in the neck and bridge position and a third regular humbucker with exposed bobbins in between

Jimmy Page's 1971 Gibson EDS-1275

1971 Gibson® Double Neck, / Electric Guitar - Vintage Cherry Finish (Owned by Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin®)

Deep Crimson - Calling this the "Crimson Tide" because it is "Killer" Custom Luthier Guitar Build

Brand New Gibson Les Paul Custom Quilt Top Black Widow Burst in Red Electric Guitar

Teye Bass:  The sound of the Teye-bass is punchy, with lots of low end; lots of clarity; lots of growl; lots of sustain, and extremely versatile. (A sleepless year of Teye’s design has left bassists open-mouthed: a ‘mere guitarist’ who designs a bass that is impossible to put down?!…)  The bass has two Nordstrand humbucking pickups; each with their own volume; then a master tone knob, and the bass version of the MOOD-knob.

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Astonishing Repurposed Guitar Ideas

Astonishing Repurposed Guitar Ideas

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Chrome Les Paul with gold hardware.I'd rather have chrome hardware so it looks invisible. That or black hardware. Anything but gold.

7-string Iceman. I want this so very much!

Iceman - not a fan of the body shape, but man that colour combo! Natural wood with a touch of purpleheart right between the 7 strings.

electric guitar pictures | Image: Dean Razorback Explosion Electric Guitar B-Stock

Dean Razorback Explosion Electric Guitar B-Stock, Dime Bag edition R.P Dimebag Darrel

Love the finish... I might take the clear coat of my strat

Gibson Les Paul - what a lovely finish on this one. Is this antique violin finish perhaps? Looks like "Smokey", Pat Traver ' s old axe.