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guitargully 15th February 2004 05:58 PM

Post your pics
Hey would anyone be interested in posting thier guitars, amps, other musical instruments? Like on the other fourms with the amp pics? I would, but i have no idea how- are there directions anywhere?

leadbelly 15th February 2004 06:16 PM

If you mean turning this thread into a sticky, a moderator must do that.

If you mean inserting pictures, you do that for small <100KB files by using "Attach file" in the post reply editor, and for large files hosted off the forum, you use "IMG" in the vB Code area.

I'll start the ball rolling with pics of my Carvin kit guitar and my Line6 Flextone boards:

guitargully 15th February 2004 11:56 PM

mods, think you could make this sticky?

offroadbum 22nd February 2004 01:20 AM

i like the carvin.
did you wire the pickups stock?
i didn`t know they sold kits.
i`m going look into that.might be a good addition to the collection.
good job.

jackinnj 22nd February 2004 02:08 AM

just btw
get a copy of the Grizzly Industrial catalog -- seems that the owner is zonkers for hand/home made guitars -- Grizzly is the source for cutting tools, end mills, boring tools etc., but there is an entire section in the catalog devoted to guitar construction

5th element 22nd February 2004 02:13 AM


these sound wonderful and a joy to play.

stadams 22nd February 2004 02:44 AM

A recent purchase...
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The obvious:

1980 Gibson Les Paul Custom Silverburst

Just thought that I would share. I feel so dirty when I admire it alone. :)

leadbelly 22nd February 2004 03:31 AM


Originally posted by offroadbum
i like the carvin.
did you wire the pickups stock?

Yes, the pickguard comes assembled with a 5 position switch and a coil tap switch for the humbucker. One of my projects is to make a custom pickguard and put in 3 humbuckers I bought on Ebay. I like to make all mods easily reversable.

The Carvin kit is slick. When I opened up the box and saw the body, it was the first time I'd ever seen a large piece of wood without defects. I guess I should get out to the fine wood stores more often

eStatic 24th February 2004 05:23 PM

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A-natural 4 octaves above middle C, cherry and walnut, copper tuning flap, resonator length 13mm, two inches of wind, open toed voicing. (DIY after Compenius)

SY 24th February 2004 05:35 PM


Originally posted by guitargully
mods, think you could make this sticky?

If the interest warrants it, sure. Let's run with this for a few days and see what happens.

Somewhere deep in the bowels of my garage is my old Frankenguitar. Fender pre-CBS Mustang neck, Strat body, Jaguar bridge, and some pickups spirited away from Seymour Duncan back in my Santa Barabara days. LM310-buffered outputs.

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