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GUITAR / ANCHOR sketch Advice

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Inherited my pop-pop's guitar, It's a Harmony from the 1950's. I'm an avid musician/guitarist, serves as my anchor in life. Your thoughts? Any changes??

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Sounds like a great idea. Should easily be adaptable as an image.

Advice: find an artist whose style you LOVE and give him/her some flexibility on the design, and in order to get some detail into the frets and tuners you're going to need to not make it too small.

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A 50's Harmony is such a cool guitar, you should try to work a simplified version of the full instrument into your design. Below is a neo-traditional tattoo I did a couple years ago with a dreadnought style acoustic.

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