My wife loves the Shark guitar. From the small picture, it looks like a cheapo instrument. But my wife and I have a weird fondness of anything related to fish. (don't ask--just one of our goofy quirks) And while a shark is not a fish, it's the closest we've seen to a fish guitar.
I'm not seeing the Lady Killer illusion. I mean, I think I know what I'm looking for, but I'm not seeing it. Maybe it's just at too small a scale from what I'm used to seeing on myself. :icon_biggrin:
I do agree with Jack... but, if you REALLY want to know what it would like, I can find something to tell you... but later don't come telling that you're three days without sleep... that would be your problem... hehehehehehehe :blob7:
I started with a padauk/maple/padauk blank and used a router to inlay 5/8" stripes of maple and Gaboon ebony. At that thickness they join the center maple. So the Padauk is/was already there, and I just routed the stripes, from thinnest (3/16") to widest (3/4"). The headstock is veneered. The tap tone is still pretty nice, even all carved up. I'm waiting on delivery of the R4 Floyd to get it finished. The avatar image is a loaner bridge and a Warmoth neck, just to see what it looked like at that point.