I can't decide which one of the swappable guitars is Nicolas Cage and which one is John Travolta.
A little bit of this, a little bit of that, and voila, you've got the guitar that you're hungry for right now.
If you are particular about your order and always end up getting the same thing, this would be your guitar. They've got all sorts of mix and match options but unlike the previous entries, once it's built, it's not going to change.
The quality and subtlety of Epilog's laser artwork keeps improving.
As bits of old Detroit come down, choice bits are turned into new guitars.
I would be hesitant to own a Tachikoma guitar, their AI was a bit too unpredictable.
With on-board effects, and analog FET preamp, and dual speakers, all you need to supply is the talent and a hat.
The story behind these guitars is much less risqué than my title belies.
It's pretty much a given that Minarik will be showing some masterpiece of inlay that will invariably get featured here.
…like a bad prison tattoo.
If you think you're the second coming of Hendrix, this crown of thorns guitar is just the thing to drive the (ahem) point home.
The Boutique Guitar Showcase at NAMM made my life easier by concentrating much odd goodness in one spot.
Unless you've got that heroin chic look, the answer is probably "yes."
Giving these guitars an emphasized lute-like headstock would complete the Dali look.
This is just the sort of thing that warms my Oddity-seeking heart.
I don't normally create multiple entries for a given company but this is just too good not to share.
These colors don't run because there aren't any.
The case for this guitar took more work to make than most guitars.
Just when you think that everything has been done with the basic hourglass guitar shape, someone comes along and makes an elegant guitar like this.
With a name like Morgoth Curse, and sporting Balrog pickups, I have no recourse but to say yes. This gets bonus odd points for having a true temperament neck.
I think they should make a Travelcaster Convertible that comes with the rest of the body and a quick release mechanism.
If your name is Marty Roberts, Mike Romano, Mark Russell, or an other name that share those initials, this is a guitar you should own.
The Lava Drop X guitar is sweeter than candy on a stick.
The top guitar has a cool kind of Pacific Northwest Native/Japanese motif while the bottom one looks like it should be in a national park giftshop.
In the big picture of "selling out" I think having your band mascot on a beer bottle is hardly worth getting worked up over.
If you took this guitar on tour you'd probably finish with something less than the 1000 diamonds you started with. That would make it even more challenging to make money touring.
You can take your pick between a guitar that looks like a custom van from the 70s, or a chromatic dragon.
What do you expect from a bunch of freakin' hippies from Santa Cruz? Rick Turner does make some very nice guitars though.
All of Ron Williams guitars sport one-of-a-kind paint jobs. I can only guess that these were comissioned by Cher after Past Life Regression therapy, and a fatalistic poker player.
Hopefully you don't die and find out that it was not a fierce creature, but the mouse that roared.
The Fender Custom Shop had quite a collection of guitars on display. None of them odd enough to warrant individual attention but too much good stuff to ignore.
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