|A nice tiger's eye with a gold vine. This one has a great quilt top and an 18 karat gold vine going down the neck|
|Here's a nice shot of it outside. It has the Driskill StopTail bridge and matching quilted knobs.|
|A close up of the bridge and knobs.|
|I make the pickup rings also. You can see here that they are different for tremolo or stoptail guitars. The stoptail has a larger angle so the rings have a 2.02 degree angle on them. This keeps the pickups parallel to the strings. It looks really cool too having all of that shiny gold on the guitar.|
This shows the 18 karat gold vine. It is polished to a mirror surface. That makes it reflect everything. In this picture, it is reflecting the sky and you can't tell that it is gold.
|Another shot of the Stoptail and pickup rings. You might be able see how thick the maple top is here. It has a huge arch and because of this, there is no recurve on the body. That means that there is no sharp edge to cut into your forearm.|
|As you can see the horns provide great access to the upper register. This is 24 frets and you can reach all of them with ease.|