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01-23-2013, 03:34 PM
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My Bruins Guitar

Made this from a kit that my wife and stepson got me for Xmass


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01-23-2013, 03:59 PM
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Made this from a kit that my wife and stepson got me for Xmass

Beautiful site! Can you play us something? lol

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nice little SG clone dude. I would bruin-ify my baby....but seeing as to how she is worth $3000+ and is one of 200 ever produced....that would be ****ing stupid.

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Nice! You should hook up with Tuukka on drums and start nordic black metal band.

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Nice. SG-style.

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Sweet. I've been intending to build a bruins themed Tele for a while now. What I'd really like to find is a cigar box sized box with a bruins logo on it to build a CGB Guitar.

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01-24-2013, 05:30 AM
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Thanks everybody! Glueing in the neck was the part that worried me the most. Off just a little and it's firewood, but it came out nice. Plays and sounds great.

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Made this from a kit that my wife and stepson got me for Xmass

cool, next step, get some Cheever`s stitches on it

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Where's the McRibs logo?

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Thanks everybody! Glueing in the neck was the part that worried me the most. Off just a little and it's firewood, but it came out nice. Plays and sounds great.
Not if I play it!

It looks great!

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Where's the McRibs logo?
I'll have to make that my next Golden Arches strat!

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[QUOTE=rudos1;58170843]Made this from a kit that my wife and stepson got me for Xmass
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Pretty cool, brah. Now allsyouneed is a pig-nose with a battery, a bear-head mask, practice the chops of Nutty and Black Betty, and stand outside the home games and make yourself some coin.

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[QUOTE=8spokesontheB;58226449][QUOTE=rudos1;58170843]Made this from a kit that my wife and stepson got me for Xmass
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Pretty cool, brah. Now allsyouneed is a pig-nose with a battery, a bear-head mask, practice the chops of Nutty and Black Betty, and stand outside the home games and make yourself some coin.
I was dreaming bigger like accompanying Rene Rancourt on the national anthem!

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Nice.

Warmoth?

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01-24-2013, 12:26 PM
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Nice.

Warmoth?
No a company called BYOguitars I do have a Warmoth strat that is pretty darn nice too tho...

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No a company called BYOguitars I do have a Warmoth strat that is pretty darn nice too tho...
Customs are great. Especially once you know what you want in terms of neck feel, fret board radius, scale. After my first custom every other guitar I owned collected dust. One of my favorites is a swamp ash strat w/ a flame maple top, but w/ a 24 3/4 scaled neck like a les paul. Warmoth makes great stuff.

Props, man. I was too terrified to so much as install the nut. Any problems, bring that baby right over to Mouradian Guitar over in Winchester Ma. If you can name the guitarist, he, or his son John, have probably done work for them. He's made guitars and basses for; Yes, Aerosmith, Extreme, Al Dimeola. They're simply the best.

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Customs are great. Especially once you know what you want in terms of neck feel, fret board radius, scale. After my first custom every other guitar I owned collected dust. One of my favorites is a swamp ash strat w/ a flame maple top, but w/ a 24 3/4 scaled neck like a les paul. Warmoth makes great stuff.

Props, man. I was too terrified to so much as install the nut. Any problems, bring that baby right over to Mouradian Guitar over in Winchester Ma. If you can name the guitarist, he, or his son John, have probably done work for them. He's made guitars and basses for; Yes, Aerosmith, Extreme, Al Dimeola. They're simply the best.
I'm aware of those guys I also like Mr Music in Allston but I do most of my own work and setups. My warmoth strat has a mahogany neck which you don't see very often on a strat, a goldtop finish on an alder body and dragonfire hot rails pickups on a white pearloid pickguard with all gold hardware..

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Sweet axe. Rock on.

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Customs are great. Especially once you know what you want in terms of neck feel, fret board radius, scale. After my first custom every other guitar I owned collected dust. One of my favorites is a swamp ash strat w/ a flame maple top, but w/ a 24 3/4 scaled neck like a les paul. Warmoth makes great stuff.

Props, man. I was too terrified to so much as install the nut. Any problems, bring that baby right over to Mouradian Guitar over in Winchester Ma. If you can name the guitarist, he, or his son John, have probably done work for them. He's made guitars and basses for; Yes, Aerosmith, Extreme, Al Dimeola. They're simply the best.
They all have terrible tone.

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They all have terrible tone.
I'd take Dimeola's tone from Elegant Gypsy anytime..

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They all have terrible tone.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-U-mtKz8iRw

Yeah, awful.

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Cool guitar.

Mouradian, I know that's Squire's green bass. I've coveted that as much as the original 4001 Ric. Great tone, actually. Squire wouldn't have it any other way--at least back in the day.

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Cool guitar.

Mouradian, I know that's Squire's green bass. I've coveted that as much as the original 4001 Ric. Great tone, actually. Squire wouldn't have it any other way--at least back in the day.
9:34 there's sort of an owed to Jim Mouradian, where everyone is playing a Mouradian guitar. The bass player, Pat, actually worked for him at one point sanding finishes.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHVyty-X8SI

Yeah, Zilgian symbols bought the rights to Jim's design w/ the intention of mass producing them, and didn't. Very, very rare now. Unless you can get him to make one for you. Great guy.

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holy **** this is amazing. i love you


(im a guitar player/nut if you couldnt tell)

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holy **** this is amazing. i love you


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thanks!!

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