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  • My Warmoth Les Paul- "Buckethead Tribute" build

    A fellow lefty sent me a message asking about building with Warmoth parts that I mentioned in a post at another site. Since there is so little available for lefties by comparison, I figured I would post it for anybody else who's interested in building their own. I've built a few for myself, and I've built some righties for friends.
    This is the most recent one I've built. It's a tribute to Buckethead LP style in Alpine White with Killswitch. Mahogany chambered body and cap, maple neck w/rosewood board, Original Floyd floating trem and locking nut. Dimarzio Evo PUP in bridge, Tone Zone in the neck.
    I saved a little on this one finding the vintage 80's Warmoth neck on ebay, a righty reverse headstock I flipped and converted to lefty.
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    I have dreamed a dream, but now that dream has gone from me...

  • #2
    I LIKEY!!!!!
    GOOD DEALING WITH ARROWHEAD.

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    • #3
      Ha, not used to seeing a Les Paul with an inline headstock, but that's pretty cool. I wouldn't mind doing a Buckethead tribute guitar, I love his all-white bar the ebony fretboard LP.

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      • #4
        buckethead uses the x2n in his v though
        Originally posted by metalchurch
        I had my ball sack appraised one time.
        Originally posted by metalchurch
        ??Apparently ball sack and ball sack are synonymous.

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        • #5
          Good job man. And I don't blame you for making your own. Its a bitch getting what you really want as a lefty.

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          • #6
            This one is now for sale or trade for a DC727 if anyone's interested.
            I have dreamed a dream, but now that dream has gone from me...

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            • #7
              I'd change the neck for a 3+3 headstock, but that guitar is sick...wish I had a 727 to trade ya

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