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Gustavson Bluesmaster.
 

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For some reason, i've always wanted a Les Paul Goldtop of some kind.. I think i'd like it with P90's

something like this:

 

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This is mine.


I just have to buy a couple more pickups so the transition to this is a little quicker


It changes back and forth depending on mood and/or needs at the time.
 

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A custom 24 frets LP style guitar , with zomethign liek a zebrawood top , black sharkfins on maple board and korina body . That would be nice...I'll probably get it as soon as I start working .
 

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'74 Framus Akkerman

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Not that I've ever thought about it... :D

- Custom neck-thru SG style
- 24-fret mahagony neck, Gibson scale bound ebony board with custom celtic cross inlays (in amber maybe with MOP or abalone trim)
- mahogany body with book matched flame maple cap and a dark burst finish (dark violin or tobacco probably, maybe dark cherry burst).
- Matching headstock veneer & finish with my initial inlaid in amber (with MOP or abalone trim)
- Duncan JB/59, maybe with covers
- standard Gibson-style control layout, pull coil splits on tone pots, amber bell top knobs
- gold TOM style locking bridge with fine-adjust tailpiece
- Sperzel locking tuners with gold keys
- side jack
- no pickguard
- straplocks, upper button behind top horn, rear button rolled slightly up the body for better balance

I change my mind daily about the gold hardware. It might be a little over the top for my taste. I've also thought about going with black hardware with some gold accests (like the tuning keys & gold pickup trim rings)
 

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this one.



(when you win the lottery, I think you can pick this up for a cool 2 mill. US of course)
 

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Headless Status Charger bass. The same one is played by John 'Rhino' Edwards of Status Quo. Base model costs around 1,600 British pounds, which is roughly 3,600 Canadian dollars. I am thinking that maybe I'll purchase a 5-string version of it, and possibly even with a tremolo arm (but I doubt that it is possible), all of which would make it MORE expensive. It looks great and it works great. There is nothing alike. And it looks a bit like my Ibanez SR600.

To see it, go to http://www.status-graphite.com/status/carts3/frames/frame4.htm, then in the menu on the left go to Basses > Charger.
 

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Jeff Flowerday said:
Call me crazy but I want a real burst. Maybe the year 1959.
ME TOO! I had a chance to play one about 15 years ago. Great guitar. It is now owned by Slash.
 
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