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08-04-2014 06:15 PM
Scott 74
Re: JS6000 Project.......

I couldn't paint it. As you can see from this thread I debated it, but in the end this guitar is too unique. It has to be original. I told him to leave the marks (not from the routes) but from being played. It adds personality!
08-04-2014 02:30 AM
jono
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I think it was a brave decision to keep the oil finish, but battle scars are cool, so no complaints from me
08-03-2014 06:54 PM
fwd0120
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I think it looks fantastic!!!
08-03-2014 06:41 PM
Scott 74
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What no love! I finally have a project that's going to finish and nothing ;o)
08-02-2014 04:14 PM
Scott 74
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I will have my JS6000 back this coming week! Finally got some progress pics. I am so excited this is LONG overdue!!!!







05-12-2014 02:27 PM
Scott 74
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Work officially started a few days ago, but I don't have any pics yet. As soon as I get some I will post. Can't wait!!!
03-17-2014 12:49 PM
Scott 74
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Uncle Jay I made sure I had everything before I dropped it off. It's pretty bad it's taken me this long. I had asked Frank Falbo previously to do the restore work, but I never sent him the guitar. That was all on me though as I kept spending money on other things (guitars who am I kidding) and kept pushing it to the side. Shame on me because Frank was probably like does this dude want me to do the guitar or what! I still love you Frank, but in the end I decided to just keep it local and save myself some money....however feel free anytime to sell me one of those awesome Radius guitars!!
03-17-2014 03:42 AM
Uncle Jay
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Been lurking/following this thread....badass that it's officially in the works! In the meantime, at least you can be sure that your parts-needed list will be taken care of before the shop finishes up. Wouldnt be the first time that I've stared at various projects for a month or so while the finish cured, then "assembly-day" finally arrives & I realized I overlooked a mundane; yet crucial part like neck screws or bridge studs haha!

Hope everything works out great, & lookin forward to checking out the updates!
03-16-2014 12:22 AM
Scott 74
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Ok first off be sure your sitting down before you read this post. I don't want anyone to fall over and have a heart attack......but.........but...........you ready? I dropped off the JS6000 today to have it restored. YES you read that right the JS6000 is IN the shop!!! Words cannot describe how happy and excited I am. Friend doing the work said it will be at least 2 weeks before he can start, but that's ok. Rest assured when he does I will definitely post plenty of progress pics!
03-20-2013 10:58 PM
jsinicropi
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Looks nice. all mahogany. I'll take it!
03-13-2013 05:06 PM
Scott 74
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jb4674 View Post
Scott, if you go with the blue, have whomever is doing it add some subtle sparkle to the finish (and I mean very very subtle) just to give it some pop

Jimmy
Jimmy my plans is to have some heavy flake added to the finish. For the life of me I'm determined to have a sparkle guitar it's just I can never find anything I like or fits my style i.e. the RG570 is a no go cause my hands are too small!
03-12-2013 04:58 PM
jb4674
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Scott, if you go with the blue, have whomever is doing it add some subtle sparkle to the finish (and I mean very very subtle) just to give it some pop

Jimmy
03-11-2013 01:54 PM
Scott 74
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Got it! Thx man.........by the way I got the tuners. The bridge is due to arrive at my father in law house today. From there I'll have to wait untilt the end of the month before he can send it to me here since he is on vacation. Gathered up all the parts and realized I don't have a set of the orginal knobs. Oh well no rush since I'm waiting on the bridge. As soon as I get that in the mail it's just a matter of finding someone to do the work. Still up in the air about having it finished.
03-09-2013 12:21 PM
lerxst6
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Check your PM Scott.

It was a friends' deal so probably not realistic. I think it would've been over $500 for the Eddie stripes if I just went and hired someone.
03-08-2013 02:33 PM
Scott 74
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Originally Posted by lerxst6 View Post
My modified 540-R (yoj can find my thread if you want) is nitro and it sounds great. I'd have to ask the guy that painted it - I think technically its just the clear that was nitro.

Definitely the way to go if you want to paint!
If you don't mind me asking how much did you pay to have it refinished?
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