CUSTOM WORKS & REPAIRS
Move over, standard Telecasters because who needs a regular run-of-the-mill Telecaster when you can have one that looks like it’s ready to strike at any moment?
The Pacmancaster, the guitar that has a whole bunch of shapes depending on who’s looking at it. It’s like a walking Rorschach test of guitar design.
Is this a guitar or a self-defense weapon? Well, it’s a jaw-dropping, fist-pumping, and face-slapping instrument that may just redefine how you see guitars.
In the bizarre world of guitar repairs, there are legends of brave souls attempting the extraordinary, the audacious, and the downright insane. Hold your frets!
Picture this: you’ve got a bass guitar that’s heavier than a sumo wrestler at an all-you-can-eat buffet. What do you do? You unleash the power of weight relief!
That must be the wildest attempt at converting a humble 6-string guitar into a mind-boggling 12-string masterpiece.
Guitar wizardry meets tech sorcery: Unraveling the acoustic guitar that doubles as a computer
Love and hate. It’s a constant battle when it comes to these offbeat creations. We applaud the creativity, and we scratch our heads. Was this really necessary?
That body shape! What’s that shape? Nah, maybe we shouldn’t talk about aesthetics. Maybe we should do our best to forget about it!
It’s a tale of craftsmanship vs. judgement. Let’s try to unravel the mysteries of this twisted and modified 1971 Gibson Les Paul !
Whoever crafted this ducky duck of bass decided that ducks were the epitome of quirkiness and musical excellence. Who can argue with that logic ?
You’ve probably seen your fair share of guitar shapes. This one is a true testament to the unapologetic madness that thrives within the guitar community.