|My Robert's Firebird with the souped-up scratch plate screwed back on.|
|Post-dipping in the Hyd-Bro Graphics workshop.|
I do really like the loved but worn-looking guitar. Old guitars often sound better and are worn in and play nicely. I also get the sense than an old guitar has more personality through a certain mysterious magic instilled in it from years of playing different venues through different musicians. I like the mystery. However, I cannot personally abide the modern trend for relicing brand new guitars, but that's another story!