And the frets fell off too!
I believe I saw something like this in an Avengers movie.
Hmm… I don’t think I’ve seen it but maybe I was subliminally influenced?
Your creation is very cool looking! Congrats.
@Korrigan Cool! I would love to play it.
I like how you matched the arm rest wood to the fret board.
extremely excellent. great job!
Holy sh*t that looks amazing!
Love the diamond plate pickguard.
@Korrigan That looks fantastic. Great work.
Is that a hot rail guitar pickup ? If it is, and it works, I might well steal your idea.
@eric.kiser, they aren’t from the same board but they almost look like it.
@jonathanhaynes43, yessir it’s a cheap tele hotrail and it works very well.
I really like the juxtaposition of the wood, diamond plate, and the painted body. Well done.
Cool!!! But not for me.
I’m blown away, @Korrigan .
The whole aesthetic is out of this world, a sort of retro hillbilly-death metal-industrial vibe to it. Awesome. Also, the whole idea of a headed headless bass, sweet, sweet irony.
@MC-Canadastan, I’m glad somebody picked up on that.
I’m not the kind of guy that comes up with a plan and then starts to build. I start to build and come up with the plan as I go. It wasn’t going to be a headless until I found the chrome skull and crossbones. Decided I wanted to put it on the headstock but I’d already made the neck and there wasn’t room for it and the tuners. Adapt and overcome! lol
Are the skulls a water slip decal, or if not, how did you apply them?
man, that’s a lot of skulls.
Yep. Looks like the Terminator’s front yard.
Skulls aren’t my thing (I’m more of a steampunk guy) but the customer said he loved skulls… so he got skulls.
Looks like my last family reunion