From the Website:
The Atom 3D printed guitar: A Les Paul inspired guitar with an internal atom with spinning electrons. The bodies are printed, using Selective Laser Sintering, by 3D Systems in the USA, on an sPro 230 SLS system. The material being used for these guitars is Duraform PA which is a very strong form of Nylon. The resolution for the prints was 0.1mm (which means that each layer that makes up the guitar body is 0.1mm thick). The guitars feature a wooden inner core (choices of Mahogany or Maple, etc.) that links the neck to the bridge, which allows us to customize the sustain and tone of the instrument to suit the musician, and a number of options for hardware, etc.
Cobra Cello with Black Cherry Burst finish
Moser Custom Shop, “Morpheus”
I would have killed a dude for this when I was fourteen and had a raging Misfits boner at all times. Nowadays, though it still looks pretty fucking cool, I’m fairly sure I couldn’t pull off a guitar like this.
The Robert Fripp Slim Signature guitar
Needs more buttons & knobs.