Build Your Dream SG. This is FUN!!!

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    And, oh, I just click on the attached file to enlarge it, then I right-click on Copy URL and the you Paste the image in the text box using the Insert Image icon above the text box.
     
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    Great clip if not a bad sad when George mentioned he had given up smoking.

    I did giggle when I noticed that both George and Eric needed the roadie to get their guitars. Us non-rock stars would walk over and pick 'em up ourselves. :)
     
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    Wow! Those dark wine red ones really stand out. The Custom looks hot with the gold hardware. The last one is really something. Stripped back, yet it looks so mysterious & elegant. You picked some really good colours here and they stand out. The baby blue is quite the contrast but goes well with these darker guitars. I love that sleek all black look on the fret board with no dot markers. BTW, the black guitar looks like it's ready to cause some pain...in the ear drums.;)
     
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    The bottom wine one is my wraptail HH im working on right now.

    The wine-o one with th p90 in the neck is inspires by the lou pallo sig. I wanted something classy but dangerous and versitile.

    The black one is inspired by my old 71 LPC. I think people keep SG customs too clean. Time to let em be warhorses like 70s LPs were.

    The baby blue guy is inspired by one of my favorite non gibsons. Stephen carpenters (deftones) og custom shop ESP Horizon in robins egg blue.
     
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    I recognize the bottom one now. I actually really like that one. They're all good. The Lou Pallo sig. is another one and it really is classy with the gold. Really nice colour man! The P90 makes it dangerous.:hmm: The black SG pick ups look like engine blocks with the pole pieces as spark plugs. It looks like it's ready to administer a nuclear meltdown. It fits that '71 LPC theme. Mr. FUZZGOD himself is a Norlin man and probably would go for that one. He swears by Norlins. The last one? That is really nice, especially with the black accents. I like that robin's egg blue. The pick up combo reminds me of Vivian Campbell's NightSwan.;) I'm gonna try out some new models on the SG editor now. I really love that program. I'll post up some more SG's then.

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    Golden Honeyburst. :applause:

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    The Gibson Salty Green. (Peppered with a P94 p.u. in the bridge.)

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    Help

    How do you build these amazing guitars? :D
     
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    Hello, you go to the first page of this thread. The first post of the thread or the OP, you will see a link that says SG Guitar Editor. Click on that link and there you have it. :fingersx:
     
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    Also what should be mentioned is that in order to post them here you need to take a screenshot, as you cannot link Flash pictures.

    In case you don't know, press "Print screen" (or PrtScn) on your keyboard then open an image editor such as MS Paint. Here you can paste the screenshot (using the main menu or Ctrl V) and crop it as you wish using the crop button which is somewhere at the top of the page.

    Then... in order to post here the images have to be uploaded onto a website. You can post as attachments, but then they could be quite small and it's not as fun to see, especially as you need to be logged in to see them. There are many image hosting websites and several threads dotted around the forums on how to upload images. There's one main one in the Front Desk which uses Photobucket.
     
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    Lots of coils :dude:
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    That is so BLACK, it could not be any BLACKER! (Except for the Maestro & bridge, block inlays, tuning machines, & head stock inlay):dude:
     
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    The GIBSON (So Gothic SG) (For the traditional gothic guitar player)

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    The GIBSON (Solo Gothic SG) (For the solo, av-ante garde, gothic guitar player)

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    So I made mine into a real guitar. I saved all the original parts. This one is a 2001 with lots of yellowing and relic'g all over. Changed to Grovers, uncovered WCR Godwood bridge and Darkburst neck with Bourns 500k pots and Orange Drop caps. Regular 3-way humbucker switching. The middle pickup is a dummy, an old broken JB so I removed the magnet and cut the lead - I didn't like the 3-pickup configuration or tone on these anyway. Pickguard is homemade by a friend and the little tenon tab was made by a local trophy shop for $15, neither as perfect up close.

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    I WILL CONTROY THIS GUITAR!!!! I WILL!!!!!
     
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