I like the first Shell plate, but without the shell pattern, being into pretty plain but quality designs, I dig the Warmoth name and design of the letters,especially how the m and h in Warmoth come to a sharp point, that and the Fat looking W make it a pretty tough looking name, I also like how the made in the U.S.A. is right below it in the first design, but I have to agree the shell pattern should be an option, as alot of us are older guys or just like plainer designs, as it looks classier, from a less is more = Quality stand point.
Why exactly is the Turtle the Warmoth symbol???? If theres a story to it, maybe it should be mentioned somewhere on the front page of the home page?????
Im not much for Headstock art, though the new Gold and metal letters looks pretty sharp, especially on a gib style or Warmoth headstock where they can be placed in the middle like Greg has on his No. 1, that looks great, a strat though, is hard to place being that it has a non uniform head shape, but I wouldn't mind a simple neck plate design; that would be something I would use.
I think serial numbers would be cool, maybe even a series no. for particular body models????, kind of a novel Warmoth owners club kinda thing, where a Warmoth guy would know its a plate for a strat or a V.I.P., or a LP but that would be more involved obviously, and be more work for someone in the shop, ( As if you guy's don't have enough to do ! ) hahahahaahahha..........just thoughts........ :laughing7:
I like U9's jackson plate Idea, maybe put a full turtle shell viewed from the Top as the texture inside the border, then with the Warmoth , made in U.S.A. like the first shell plate words are placed,superimposed over the top of the shell, and then a serial no. centered a few spaces down from the Made in U.S.A.????