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Kwazar (Kwazar)
Posted on Friday, April 26, 2002 - 8:06 am:   

I got a weird one in my closet - its got the rear bout like a backwards Destroyer (cut away going other way) from the middle of the body forward is the Iceman horn and where the toggle is supposed to be it is routed in the back but not cut through the front. The neck (bolt on) and head is just plain weird, and it has a custom paint job that is checking and the routes on the back are the same as my PS10 with brass covers and a string through tail piece that is on a hard tail. The headstock is kinda like a Black Eagle design and has no name and seems kinda cheap for a very solid guitar and with Klusion (like old strat) machine heads and a maple neck with dots and mini fretwire, and the neck looks so out of place - it might not be original. The paint is black around the body and a antiqued maroon (it was checking when I bought it) with a gold painted trim around the edge and the body is the non bound type. I bought it in a pawn shop in Vegas about 1996 and its really a one off design - I will have pics shortly if interested and I will send if you wanna discuss this whacked out Frankenstein. Let me know if you have heard of such a copy in the past. My head says it's Ibanez (circa 1984ish) from the quality of the body and my heart says its a bastard child of a maniac playing a cruel joke on us Iceman freaks - I just had to buy it anyway even though it doesn't sit well - its a great conversation peice.
Johnm (Johnm)
Posted on Friday, April 26, 2002 - 5:36 pm:   


Why don't you post your pics here for all of us to see. I'm kind of curious.


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