There is a certain friendliness in old guitars, that you don’t often feel in new instruments. fgjkfdjkghfdjkghfdkjhgdfkjdjkhAnd yet, I want to rather create new than to repeat the past. I’ve worked hard for years to grasp that magic of the old world and to merge it into my new guitars.
MAKING THE BLUE SONIC PIE
Prep time: 1 month; Cook time: 1,5 months Total time: 2 months and 15 days
Yields: 25.5 inch pie
one recipe Djerjinski Sonic Pie
– 1 tablespoon Tele
– 1 tablespoon Jag
– 1 pinch of Tele on the head
– Hot vintage sugar filling
– Big black cherry on the top
Mix gently all ingredients!
I made this pie recipe for Bulgarian music shop and it was amazing!!!
It smells like hot sweet milk and crispy brulee, looks like breakfast In bed … after long night of love-making and sounds like love whisper in your ear,
but don’t eat it, play on it!
Body: 1 piece mahogany body
Neck: 1 piece curly maple AAA – “C” shape
Thickness at 1st Fret: .787″
Thickness at 12th Fret: .827″
Machine heads: Kluson style 6 in-line Enclosed Left/Reverse – chrome
Fretboard: Curly maple AAA (12″ Radius – 304.8 mm.) with ebony dot inlays
Side dots: Ebony
Frets: 24 – Medium Jumbo
Pickup: – KENT ARMSTRONG STEALTH NOISELESS P90 CHROME METAL COVER BRIDGE
Controls: 1 volume
Tremolo: New old stock Vintage Japanese tremolo – bigsby style
Bridge: Custom roller bridge
Scale lenght: 25.5″ (648MM)
Nut: 1.685″ (42MM) Black Tusq
Colors: Neck – Transparent super gloss polyurethane lacquer tobacco brown and vintage amber
Body – Super gloss polyurethane lacquer sonic blue.
Make music and make dreams come true!