A while back, I picked up this little guitar for cheap. It played fairly well, but the thing that tugged on my heart/guitar strings was the flame on the neck. For a cheap (read: "crappy") Chinese guitar marketed for the Costcos and Walmarts of the world, I was relatively impressed. However, the headstock shape is far less inspiring: Nevermind the logo, that damn shape has got to go! Eventually I got to visit my old man's workshop and use some power tools to begin this task of "making over" this guitar. The structure is there... but it could use a bit more aesthetic appeal. I not-at-all carefully-or-scientifically measured where I wanted to chop it... And boom! One swipe of the saw blade and there's no going back.