Post Pictures of Your Kiesel Guitars / Carvin Guitars Gear - No Cowbelling!
Seen them do that finish before on another build, but this one, to me, is just the bee's knees.
Edit: i remembernow...the other ones like this I've seen were Aries models, I believe, and the green in the middle was much more yellow. This works for me, and I even dig the black hardware (I'm normally a "chrome" guy when it comes to this type of paint finish).
For lack of a better thread to post this, I'll put it here. I don't think he's officially a "kiesel artist"...
Someone posted this to FB a bit ago (I didn't find it):
Wow, I never heard of this guy. He has a wonderful natural voice. I was worried it was going to be too slow for me to get into. Then the whole wah lead came in. I like this.
Agreed. First, try to make it to 0m:47s. Then, if you can make it that far, stick it out to the 2min mark where there's another change.
I actually almost missed that first change, because my mouse battery died. I TRIED to click to close it, but it didn't register, and then the song really got started, so I left it play while I changed batteries. Glad I did.
That gold Zeus looks almost like the one I'm planning on spec-ing out. Great to see what it will look like!
Ichi on Jobutsu (Enlightenment in one tone.)
- '17 Fatboy, Deep Lava Flame
- '02 Fatboy; '04 CT6M; '07 Fatboy; '11 Bolt+
(I know the pic wont show up ...)
Too bad they woke that dude up and dragged him out of bed in his PJs to snap that shot.
Proud Carvin owner since 1985! My Carvin gear time capsule...
Dont miss the purple CT6!
(Any photobucket links are probably now broken. Grrrrrr!!!)
Nice use of the Crackle finish, hopefully white pups silver hardware on that...
SH550 M22SD M22N
DC150 M22T/M22V, DC150 M22SD/M22N
DC400A, K12B/K12N, DC600 M22SD/M22V, DC800 A80B/A80N
AE185 C22T/C22N/Piezo, AE185-12 H22T/H22N/Piezo
CT7M KL14B/KL14N, Bolt C22T/AP11/AP11, AC375, CL450, AC275K, SB5000 J99A pups
Just bolt the bridge down on that Bolt, but don't post any pictures, lest you have to bolt to safety from an upset Kiesel nut.
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