Seriously tho, you want one? :icon_scratch:
DangerousR6 said:Skull inlays ROCK....... :headbang1: But I do agree with Doc, I'd do just the Skull and bones at the 12th...... And put this plate with it..... :laughing7:
David said:I like the diamond shaped inlays, but it seems like for $90, you should get more. They are almost the same as the regular dot inlays.
Kostas said:David said:I like the diamond shaped inlays, but it seems like for $90, you should get more. They are almost the same as the regular dot inlays.
Warmoth really suffers on the inlays. Anything than dots will cost $90 more and it's not even abalone or mother of pearl. The shark fins, scull bones and crosses are too 80's and metal for me, the oval is just... boring :toothy11: I'd like to see more Gibson inlays with more options on the colors & materials, like the limited editions they had a few months ago in the showcase. I like the Night Swan inlay but not in a traditional strat/tele. Even this though, a dot style inlay, is not a standard option.
DangerousR6 said:... As far as just plain dots go I've always like the Jackson Pro series type dots, they're the smaller dots along the top edge of the fretboard. BTW never seen a pic of your axe with the neckplate i made. Did you mount it?
Fish said:Yeah, I think so too... Why cover up the ebony board with an inlay that you might like now but could possibly regret later? I was gonna do ovals with mine but then decided to do dots instead. I can't play a board with no inlays. I had a Wasburn with no inlays and I had to get rid of it. I kept getting lost on the fretboard. Could be because my skills are subpar, but still, the Washburn had to go...
David said:I can't make up my mind on the skull and crossbone inlays. Sometimes I like them and other times I think they are cliche or that I would grow tired of them after a while. I am thinking they might look nice on my next telecaster, but just can't decide. What is the opinion on the board?