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    JB Guitar and Bass Mockups

    I figure I'd post this here too, can't hurt

    I'm sure a lot of you know I do guitar mockups for fun.

    If you have a future custom you're trying to decide specs on, or having a hard time really envisioning what it should/will look like, or maybe you just have a great/weird guitar or bass idea that you want to see outside of your head. Thats where I come in.

    I can do basses and guitars with any number of strings, scale, wood combos, finishes, shapes, ect. Anything you can think of I can do.

    We can use existing guitar shapes or I can work with you and come up with your own unique shape.

    These mockups are all from scratch mockups, I am not just taking pictures of guitars and manipulating them.

    Pricing:
    I changed my mind, I really love this forum, I'll do these for free

    Here are some examples of my work:























    Ordering:

    Fill out this form and PM me:

    Body shape:
    Headstock shape:
    Body wood (remember this only really matters if it's a trans finish):
    Headstock wood (same rule):
    Scale:
    Number of frets:
    Fretboard wood or color:
    Inlay:
    Style of pickups and pickup combo:
    Controls and control layout:
    Bridge:
    Hardware color:
    Any extras and additional comments:

    I'm always up for whatever your ideas may be and I'm always willing to work with you and satisfy your mockup needs to the best of my ability. So please, let me know how i can help you. I look forward to working with you guys, thanks!
    Last edited by Hungoverstin; 07-10-2010 at 08:32 AM.

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    hit me up on msn dude. We need to chat.

    [email protected] or jump into gmail chat at [email protected]

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    If i may offer a small suggestion... work on your shading a bit so it's a little more crisp and subtle, so everything doesn't look quite so "puffy".

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    Quote Originally Posted by darren View Post
    If i may offer a small suggestion... work on your shading a bit so it's a little more crisp and subtle, so everything doesn't look quite so "puffy".
    Thanks for the suggestion, darren. I've only been doing these on and off for maybe a couple of months now, so I'm still trying to work out all the kinks and hone my skills.

    Quote Originally Posted by brian View Post
    hit me up on msn dude. We need to chat.

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    I pmed ya just to get the ball rolling since you arent online right now

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    Did this quick and dirty shop after shooting the shit with brian. It's his original body shape mixed with some of the styling of the Steinberger M guitars and other strat shaped headless stuff.

    I'll probably use this thread to post my mockups in. And since its free now I guess it doesnt need to be in this section of the forum.

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    Hmm... not sold on the rather phallic upper horn.
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    thats just what brians design looks like

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    this is what the steinberger zt should have been:


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