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(Not the actual body - just for comparison of finish.)

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7 String LGM Leviiathan

Neon Pink Tiger paint scheme on front, back & neck
1 piece Mahogany body - HSH pickup configuration
Set 3 piece all Mahogany neck w/ Flame Maple fingerboard - 19mm thick @ 1st fret & 21mm & 12 fret - As C shaped as possible - no inlay - side markers optional - Nickel 6100 fret wire -12 to 24 Scalloped
Black Schaller tuners
Black OFR7 bridge
Black Schaller strap locks
JB 7 in bridge - '59 in neck - Duncan 7 Single
1 volume knob in Ibanez UV location - black knob
5 way blade swith in Ibanez location - wired the same as a UV
Output jack in original LGM location
Pink headstock w/ LGM Leviiathan logo in black
SKB hardshell case (Likely Postal Monkey Custom on production models.)

When this is done, I would like someone to honestly review it for me. Any takers?
 

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I'd volunteer, but I'm REALLY bad at getting things into the mail, and honestly, if I am seen in the presence of anything pink ever again, this board will never let me hear the end of it. :lol:

That will be EXTREMELY Fr00t when you're done, though. :yesway:
 

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I hate you :squint:

[action=Regor]doesn't have any problem with pink guitars. He's got a Magenta Crush 7420 that he PROUDLY plays on stage, in public! :lol:[/action]
 

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I'd volunteer, but I'm REALLY bad at getting things into the mail, and honestly, if I am seen in the presence of anything pink ever again, this board will never let me hear the end of it. :lol:
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Besides if you got it Chris would steal it , paint it black and install blazes in it before selling it to somebody on the boards
 

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Whoa, that's pretty big news. They've been out of the game for like 4ish years haven't they?

I wonder how business will do with the last fiasco of them trying to finish up people's guitars when they stopped building guitars.
 

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Different owner this time around, and worse yet - you may have to deal with ME as your customer service and sales rep. (Not for sure - but in discussion.)

If so, black guitars will only be available at a 5 thousand dollar surcharge, active pickups will be punishable by a mandatory Richard Simmons inlay, and Blazes will only be allowed if I get to smack your nutz on a table with a stainless steel ruler with the actual Blazes taped to the end sorta mace-style.
 

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Different owner this time around, and worse yet - you may have to deal with ME as your customer service and sales rep. (Not for sure - but in discussion.)

If so, black guitars will only be available at a 5 thousand dollar surcharge, active pickups will be punishable by a mandatory Richard Simmons inlay, and Blazes will only be allowed if I get to smack your nutz on a table with a stainless steel ruler with the actual Blazes taped to the end sorta mace-style.
Have they discussed price point yet? 4 years ago, they were like $1700-2000 I believe for the 6-8 strings. I was always curious about them, but I'm glad I never ordered one, given what happened.
 

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Without wanting to step one someone else's toes, or dissapoint, I can confirm that they will generally be more expensive than that.

More in the KXK full custom, Sherman full custom, Anderson kinda-custom, Suhr kinda-custom, Not-too-crazy ESP/Jackson/Schecter custom price range. These are not meant to go against production Ibanez, ESP, Jackson, etc.

Maybe if the launch and buzz are all positive, some model and price diversity could be added. We'll have to see on that. I'm more interested in being associated with a stellar product than anything else. That's gotta happen first, and why I would love pro's like Mike, Dave, Matt, Chris (not the ghey one), and similar to all get thier hands on the proto before anything goes to the next stage. :yesway:
 

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Different owner this time around, and worse yet - you may have to deal with ME as your customer service and sales rep. (Not for sure - but in discussion.)

If so, black guitars will only be available at a 5 thousand dollar surcharge, active pickups will be punishable by a mandatory Richard Simmons inlay, and Blazes will only be allowed if I get to smack your nutz on a table with a stainless steel ruler with the actual Blazes taped to the end sorta mace-style.
Will there be a reciprocal price drop on bright green LP's with vintage covered pickups? :wub:
 
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