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So I finally got my Elwood custom! It was a long 16 weeks but wow is it worth it - everything about it exactly as I wanted!

 

Some specs

32"Medium Scale

Haussel pickups

Series/parallel switch

Seafoam green with matching headstock

 

And of course, here's a picture

 

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As I have previously said in the Maruszczyk thread - want! A lovely thing: enjoy.

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