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  • #16
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    • #17
      the most blasphemous mod i can think of . would be fitting "the" white hendrix woodstock strat with humbuckers and spraying it red.
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      • #18
        It all depends on how you view a guitar. If it is a tool to make music then what ever modifications you need to get the job done are perfectly fine. If you for whatever reason believe a guitar is an investment like gold or silver anything you do to that guitar that changes it from the way it left the factory is unacceptable.
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        • #19
          Charlie Christian pickup set in an RG550 or this:



          Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything. - Plato

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          • #20






            Quote Originally Posted by arrowhen
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            The only blasphemous thing you can do to a guitar is not play it.




            This



            And that nascar idiot who after winning a race and being presented with a handmade Gibson guitar showed is appreciation by smashing it.

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            • #21
              Almost everything I have done to my Tele. Bridge humbucker, middle pickup and a Bigsby
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              • #22
                I know a guy who back in the 70's routed out a '62 strat for humbuckers.


                I did that with my 68 Strat. That's pretty much what you had to do back then if you wanted a decent whammy and humbuckers.

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                • #23
                  Charlie Christian pickup set in an RG550 or this:



                  Wow...I just threw up in my mouth.
                  .

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                  • AJ6stringsting
                    AJ6stringsting commented
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                    bjcarl wrote:
                    Charlie Christian pickup set in an RG550 or this:
                    Wow...I just threw up in my mouth.

                    I just threw up out of my turd whistle and crapped out of my mouth over that one !!!! ..... God, this makes me want to go open a up a can of smashed arse holes .....


                • #24
                  A guitar is a tool for making music. Any modification that someone does to their instrument that makes it more suited to that task (for them!) is an improvement; I might not think it would be an improvement for me, but if it's not my guitar, it's not my problem. Purely cosmetic modifications seem a little silly to me, like painting a crescent wrench or something, but who am I to complain about the color of someone else's crescent wrench?

                  The only blasphemous thing you can do to a guitar is not play it.


                  Totally agree with this.

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                  • #25
                    I think a humbucker-sized pickup at any position on a stratocaster is just plain wrong on several levels


                    Yeah, that young whipper snapper "Eddy Ven Hailan" or what ever his name is was way off his rocker huh.

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                    • #26
                      They aren't ancient holy artifacts or anything so I don't think there's really any such thing as a blasphemous mod to a guitar. Unless there was something special about the guitar like it belonged to Jimi Hendrix or Chet Atkins or something.
                      You're welcome here if you're of the spirit to make a sound.

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                      • #27
                        putting emgs in a strat. oh wait, nevermind.
                        strat strat tele PRS agile gretsch martin

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                        • #28
                          In the mid 70's I modded a Gibson Les Paul "Black Beauty" to shoot sparks and smoke just like Ace Frehley's. Let me tell you... It messed up the guitar

                          Then there is this:

                          In the mid 70's I modded not one but two Gibson Les Paul's because I read that John McLaughlin played a scalloped fingerboard so I went at a 1975 Les Paul Artisan with a dremel tool and really messed up the neck. Since I was unhappy with the outcome after a few months I decided to do the same thing to a 1973 Les Paul Recording model that I picked up at a Pawn Shop...

                          Young and dumb comes to mind now but back in those days these guitars were cheap!
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                          • #29
                            Also know of a 60's Les Paul Custom with a Kahler.


                            Any Les Paul routed for a Kahler!

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                            • #30
                              Ask Bbreaker...back then, they didn't know what they had We have an awesome vintage shop here in Northern VA where I've actually seen a '59 Junior routed out and fitted with a Dimarzio super distortion ;(


                              In the late '70s, when I first started playing, I had an SG Junior (don't know the year) that had a P90. I removed it and routed the body for a Dimarzio super distortion.

                              The guitar was later stolen, so maybe that was a dope slap from karma.
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