SOLD!! Those of you who have followed us for awhile may remember the project Mike did with Grover Jackson – The ICON. After prototyping they decided not to move forward with the project, however Mike let this one go to a repeat customer. I have always loved this carved wooden style!! This will be leaving […]Read More
JB from Lake Tahoe keeps guitars coming to us and this is another great piece – a classic American Flag design at a time when we really need it!
This Junkyard Heights Bass is a tribute to Kevin Hamm’s band. Another great mural where Mike was given free reign! Kevin has one of the largest collections of Mike’s work under one roof! Always a pleasure working with him!!
The Horror series continues! This piece was created for Russ. He wanted to commemorate the classic film on his guitar.
Mike LOVES creating authentic warbird designs. This Messerschmidt BF109 was created for Matt Ash and transformed his Jackson into a piece of history!
This job was done for a customer named Lee. He was looking for something eye catching, colorful with a SciFi flair to it. I think Mike hit this one out of the park! It is certainly stunning and can be seen from across the room. Check it out!
Here is another guitar in the series of “Old Horror Movie Posters.” Honestly I have lost count of these and will need to make a note to create a gallery post that features all of these very popular paint jobs. For now, check these out:
This guitar, completed for a customer overseas, has some really amazing murals. The customer gave Mike some general direction, but he was free to work his interpretation into the piece. (PS. This method produces the most amazing murals! LOL). Check out the finished product.
Mike just finished the re-assembly of this Les Paul project. This guitar came in from Brian in Florida. Mike removed the pick guard, filled the holes and refinished it in a gloss white base with monochromatic airbrush work. This is one of my very favorite paint jobs! (originally posted 10/2010)
This Jackson King V came to us with 2 layers of paint (2 completely different paint jobs!). Mike stripped it down and did this awesome interpretation of the classic childhood bedtime book – “Where the Wild Things Are” Thank you to JB for being a great repeat customer!
This beauty has just been finished for a repeat customer – Chris from Arizona. He told Mike do whatever he wanted, so he took this opportunity to take an iPad “Finkin’ Out Loud” session to extensive brushwork on a guitar.