CE-24 with birds and a 10-top. And a piezo in a trem. Maple board and old studio H-S-S options available.
Basically it's the Alex Lifeson model that never was.
Some pretty cool builds going on in here. Like it.
My MP3 player quit on me so I needed something to meditate on while running on the treadmill yesterday. As usual my thoughts turn to guitars. I can easily daydream my way through a three mile run when guitars are the topic.
Originally Posted by John Beef
This might be more of the Private Stock I will never be able to afford.
Base Model: McCarty Trem.
Jet black ebony carved top with the 6 of spades inlaid in plain maple (this design) behind the bridge.
Maple body binding.
Clear V12 finish (satin on neck) so as to have a "black top" with a natural back. (See Tdarian's blacktop R7)
Mahogany neck with rosewood board and moon inlays.
Custom neck carve, copied from my USACG neck which is like a wide-fat with more shoulder - U shaped instead of C shaped.
DGT squabbin bridge pickup, double black coils with a double black 408 neck pickup. 408 standard control layout and electronics, with the 2.2K resistor on the bridge split toggle.
Phase 3 tuners. Dunlop straplocks.
Hey John, I like the off-center thing happening with the band.