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Discussion in 'Other Cool Guitars' started by TV the Wired Turtle, Nov 13, 2014.
You freak me out man, pure genius! The pedals, the axes and the attitude, plus you play in church!
Awesome guitar tv!! But you can not post pictures
Of something like that and not give us some
Sound videos!! Its just cruel!
Simply stunning!!! congrats!!!!
The antithesis of the Grisby has begun.. the bastage son of Grigsby. Thank you Paul Setzer for this sweet pickguard
Slick. Congrats on another sweet tone maker!
Nice one & lovely craftsmanship! Congrats!
Very nice. I liked that crack paint look - we have coffee table like that. Or is that just an old body?
Tavo, sorry to hijack your thread with this question: somewhere on G-T I think you said that a way to remove the clear plastic feet on your pedals was to touch a soldering iron to the metal near the feet briefly, which will heat the metal near the feet and they will fall off due to the glue melting slowly. Is that right? Was it a hair dryer? Sorry to ask here, but I've searched the threads and can't find that info.
Tavo, when can we expect the video to go with this classy beastie.
Man, that is smokin! Awesome build, that is stunning!
wow!! that was not me. if you do that you will instantly melt throught the painted finish. Use a hair dryer and a high E string from a set of 9's. Or a small fine "bent" Icing/frosting knife like I use to remove pickguards on acoustics
Ok, it was the hair dryer - I just remember some sort of heating element. Thank you! I don't want to hurt my baby!
Another great pickguard from Paul Setzer. Love the solid tortoise, just got one from him on my Panther.
Cool guard,but that guitar is the mutts nuts Tavo!
I'll second Marlin ,when can we hear/see this contraption in action?
still waitin on a bridge base and armrest from TK Smith before I can demo it.
Beautiful! Where did you get the splendid pickguard made?
would you like me to make you one ?
Hell yeah! You is clever. It would be done with a sharpie if I did it!
A true beauty, no question about it.
anything you did with a sharpie I would put in a frame on the wall!!
being serious about the pkguard.. I sort of reshaped an existing pickguard that I'd commissioned TK Smith to make for a gretsch spectrasonic that I had.