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People did something similar for one of mine




Paul Weller's Rickenbacker 330 'Whaam' Guitar in sponge and icing finish


Although its more 360 shape wise if truth be known



Madman Greg


Dude, that guitar is in serious need of a string change. And my hands aren't big enough for that neck.

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Yes . . . what you are looking at there is a prototype. Gibson are currently experimenting with alternative materials to real wood. So far it seems cakes containing real fruit have better tone qualities, and unlike earlier guitars they also help keep you regular. If you get stranded on a desert island you can actually eat your guitar. This additional benefit really is the icing on the cake.

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