ITS A B3...But someone butchered it... NOW ITS MY JOB TO MAKE IT LOOK GOOD AGAIN.
The sides were cut off and a x77 top was put on it... It had no bench, Ruined back panel, No Music rack and No Fall board
It had every add on known to man on it... String bass, 4 Leslie kits, Reverb, Tone control, Line outs, You could not even see the factory guts from the back from all the extra stuff. So we had to remove it all and the black plastic the glued to the case.
We made all the missing parts...This one is a first for us...
Attaching these we used high pressure and titenbond glue and let them cure for 48 hours...
We made them a 1/64 inch wide and sanded them perfectly level...Then attached the new top..
Fallboard, Bench, Back panel, And foot rest, Were all made and installed.
WE FIBERGLASS SEALED IT. THEN PRIMED IT WITH A HARDING PRIMMER
Shown here in the paint booth
It is fresh out of the paint booth
The light areas of green are the metallic flakes reflecting from the flash, And the pearl coat causes slight color changes
We can even paint one Chameleon, a color floping paint that actually changes colors from red to blue to purple (and other como's) from different angles.
HERE IT SETS IN MY LIVING ROOM .... I JUST SAT FOR DAYS MEMORIZED BY IT
WE DID NOT RECAP IT OR DO ANY MAJOR MODS OR REPAIRS TO THE ELECTRONICS. IF YOU HEARD IT YOU WOULD UNDERSTAND WHY !
Here it is being played by its new owner John Lancaster keyboardist for, The Gary Allen Band.
Click the picture to see a (fan shot) video of it, in a live show ...you can see it and hear it more neer the end of the song !
IF WE CAN DO THIS WITH A BUTCHERED B3 JUST THINK WHAT WE CAN DO WITH YOURS...
CALL US ! WE CAN HANDEL ANY JOB, RESTORATION AND MODIFICATIONS. AND SURPASS YOUR EXPECTATIONS.