For those that watched this one come together you know for sure what you will be seeing here. For those that haven't, today is my official NGD for the guitar that I have been building. I have finally finished it and it is an absolute beast. It looks great! Feels great! plays great! and sounds amazing!!! So the breakdown of it is as follows: 1996 Squier Bullet Series (full thickness) body that is heavily modified with Fullerton style contours on the belly and forearm cuts and tapered neck pocket for more comfort. I also opened up the bottom cutout a LOT in order to make the upper frets more accessible as well as rounded the back of that area to be more comfortable when the hand is that far up. Though I don't ever find my hand hitting the body there yet. I also modded the body from a standard 6 point trem to the Floyd Rose that you see here. The neck was a cheap $30 eBay neck that I got tp practice some things on but ended up being nice enough that I wanted to use it on something. Stainless Steel frets, heavily scalloped and a Floyd Rose locking nut shelf added to it. The pickups are a squeaky Mean set from Bootstrap that I got from another member here. I wired them to a 5 way switch. Positions are 1. Bridge, 2. Bridge/Neck (series), 3. Bridge/Neck (parallel), 4. Bridge/Neck (Series out of phase), 5. Neck. The two tone knobs are more of a tone contouring system...the top knob is the normal treble cut and the bottom is a bass cut (like you see on G&L guitars) The plastics on the pickups are really limited when it comes to P90s so I painted them to fit the theme of the guitar. I thought about using a black pickguard on this one but decided to stay with the white because I really wanted to be able to relate the guitar to both the old and the new. This guitar was themed after the Bullit Mustang. I had never really thought much of the color until I saw it on one of the 2019 models and just fell in love with it and thought it would look great on a strat with all the curves on the body. So I had a guy that I work with who does minor body repair work on the side for used car dealerships mix me some paint from the Bullit Code. It is actually called Dark Highland Green for those that want to know. The scalloping took a bit to get used to. In fact, I am still getting used to it but it is really not as weird as I thought it would be this soon into it. I quite like it, actually. My touch has lightened up a ton already and bending the strings is insanely easier...both due to the scalloped board and the stainless frets. It is definitely not afraid of any amplifier out there. It will grab it by the shoulders and just knee it in the junk as hard as you want it to. It goes from nice and pretty to full on mean and Grizzly. Alright!!! Enough of the banter and now for the real reason for an NGD! The porn!!! I will try to get some good sound bites with it later today or tomorrow.