I painted a fire pattern on the body of a Charvel that was given to me by an acquaintance.
It's hard to tell from the picture, but it's a very thick coat of paint! (Sweat).
The neck is an unidentified one that I lost in an auction, but I like it because it has a banana reverse head with a light scallop from the 12th fret up.
The head is painted to match the body.
The bridge is a Gotoh Floyd, the rear PU is a DiMaggio (forgot the model number), and the front is a single from a Fender Japan Strat.
It looks simple with a 1Vol switch pot.
The fire paint is done this way to look cool when I hold the guitar.
I rarely play this guitar these days, but I have a lot of feelings for this guitar.
I rarely play this guitar these days, but I love it.
I think the sound is solid for its light weight.
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