One piece jem alder body monkey grip lion claw etc, one piece jem birds eye maple neck with ebony or brazillian rosewood fretboard with last 4 frets scallop, square heel joint with jem plate,lo pro bridge or edge,pink pups of paf pro or breed dimarzio,original floral design or multi color, mother of pearl vine inlay with leaves.... And all that for price tag $2000 hahahaah
Mahogany stained oil S series. 24 fret ebony fretboard 24 3/4 to 24" scale. Orginial Wizard specs Two humbuckers, one volume control, and a toggle switch. The knife edge Z or ZR trem (Both are great) Three tuners on each side of the headstock.
A couple of things would be cool. I like pretty much what is on the Timmons guitar but maybe more the traditional single coils instead of ss space rails. A Scofield type AS200 guitar would be nice, too. As for pickups the Timmons type has DiMarzios and there's nothing wrong with that and AT at bridge, and Class of 55s at middle and neck positions. A Scofield type with simple Seymour Duncan JB and 59 pair would be excellent.
Mahogany body w/ 1/2" sick quilted maple top.
Direct mount pickups
Tone Zone & S1 Pickups (love the sound you get from the S1 when wired backwards)
3 Way switch (bridge side coil & S1 for middle position)
Viper profile AANJ neck w/ the tightest grained maple board in life
2 abalone off set dots @ the 12th
Matching reverse headstock.
Angled jack - volume only - JPM switch
Spalted Flame Maple RG Body
Buckeye Burl Top with bevels
5 Piece Rosewood Neck with Ebony Fillets, Original Wizard Profile, Reverse Headstock
Pale Moon Ebony Fretboard
Lo Pro Edge Trem
Direct Mount H/H BKP Nailbomb and Aftermath pickups
Body: Arch top (jazz box) style RG body shape. (Conklin made something that looks similar but I can't find the picture anymore.) Spruce top, Indian Rosewood back and sides. The body would be hollow enough to have the acoustic properties of an arch top but still be able to handle high gain tones. (ala PRS Hollowbody)
Bridge: The bridge would consist of individual saddles (ala Standberg) but locking, locking tuners.
Neck: 24 fret Wizard neck (maybe a tad bit thicker) with EBMM style truss rod, jumbo stainless steel frets, ebony fretboard
Pickups: Not sure to be honest
Case: Every guitar would come with an Accord Flightcase!
I'd have the RG550 as my signature model with a large percentage cut of each one ever sold
Or failing that, an RG770DX style guitar, so the square neck heel and a clear pickguard, in black with gold hardware including an original edge bridge. Abalone purfling like the JEM10 and the split block inlays more commonly seen on the old Artist models in an ebony board.
I'd have to do some A/B testing to determine the body wood and pickups.
Reversed headstock 25.5" scale RG7, blood red finish, white Blaze pickups (HH), tortoise shell pickguard, no inlays, ebony fretboard, maple neck, hipshot bridge (chrome), two volume knobs, three way pickup selector.
Pre 2000 UV neck with reverse headstock, ebony fingerboard, Jumbo frets (The neck may be build of several parts, but must have the orig. Pre 2000 UV neck specs)
Rear routed UV body
Blaze II pickups
A kill switch
5-way selector with some small mods in a custom position as compared to the orig UV
Only one Volume pot, no tone pot in a custom position as compared to the orig UV
A standard spring loaded damper arm which clamps onto the side of the headstock.
A satin white one with DP in white
A non-gloss black one with MCDP
A donny-style one with custom Memes pattern and meme inlays.
(however, what I REALLY want is a Zoot 9-string :mrgreen