'85 Wayne Charvel USA Phoenix Custom Electric Guitar w/OHSC & Signed Book | All Music Inc's Musicdungeon | Reverb
Welcome, this is the '85 Wayne Charvel Custom Phoenix electric guitar. 25.5" scale. 1.72" nut width. 9 lbs. This is an incredible one-of-a-kind piece of Wayne Charvel history. In 1985, Wayne teamed up with famous artist Jim O'Connor- the result was this masterpiece. Jim O'Connor has airbrushed guitars for virtually every big name in 80's guitar. Every time you look at the back of the Phoenix, you find a new little piece of the painting you haven't seen before. The front is also a…
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Find 80s costumes inspired by rockers, workout stars, and movie classics like Top Gun and Back to the Future right here. Search our selection of 80s outfits perfect for giving off nostalgic vibes. With a variety of sizes and themes, group Halloween costume ideas will be more plentiful than perms and mullets!
Electric Guitar Patent Print Electric Guitar Art Print
This is a print of the patent drawing for an electric guitar patent in 1955. The original patent has been cleaned up and enhanced to create an attractive display piece for your home or office. This is a great way to put your interests and hobbies on display. Wonderful gift idea as well. The image is printed on professional, acid free, archival matte fine art paper giving the image rich and vibrant colors. Canvas prints are printed with UV-protected inks on museum-grade archival canvas…
Guitar Wiring Explored: Introducing the 5 Way 4 Pole Super Switch
In this article, we introduce the 5 Way 4 Pole Super Switch and demonstrate how this versatile tool can be used to expand your tonal palette.
How To Take Your Guitar Playing to The Next Level - Play Guitar Tips
Most people have to work first at getting their fingers to move on the fret board properly and playing chords when they first start learning how to play the guitar. After they learn these skills, they are ready to move on to playing lead guitar. Playing lead guitar comes from learning the scale patterns. The problem is that many new guitar players don’t know why their lead sounds the same as their practice scales. The main reason …