| submitted by /u/bluecanoe
The guy has an obsession for Clapton's 1964 ES-335, and thus wants to recreate it. He's got a nice machine shop, and seems to know what he's doing.
Maybe more of a r/mildlyinteresting post, but I thought some of you might be fascinated by this
State of Maine-shaped US-shaped* 1982 Gibson I found for sale on the internet while looking for something else:
*EDIT: Apologies for shitty "recognising the entire US rotated 90 degrees"-skills. That is – as u/Clams_N_Scallops rightly points out to this ignorant European – an entire US (minus Hawaii and Alaska, I guess) map-based guitar. But part of Maine has been knocked off by a previous owner, and the mention of this in the description sent me off track. Mea Culpa.
Picked up this beauty a few days ago.
It was pretty much an impulse buy. I went to the store to try out a Martin LX1 and ended up liking this one and apparently it's a limited edition and it was the last one they had in stock. I know some people might say that smaller guitars don't sound as good as they cost or whatever, but I love the way it feels and sounds. Koa club, here I come!