The body is laminated like a Dot, but they use a maple/poplar/maple laminate rather than all maple; the neck retains the solid mahogany construction.

Pickups were swapped out from the original 57 Classics to a set of Fralin Big Singles (0/pair), which are noted for their more articulate single coil tonewithout the hum of a single coil.

See also Sinister Switchblade and Sinister Shiv, other bladed weapons associated with unsavory people.

Slaying Mantis will often be portrayed with a pair of these.

Hammer and Sickle when paired with Drop the Hammer.

It is also likely to mark the special or dangerous enemy, as well as the macabre touch brought on by evoking The Grim Reaper.

Scythes have been used as polearms before in real life, though this usually involved straightening the blade into something more like a large Blade on a Stick.

Upgraded with a set of Linday Fralin "Big Singles".

Quality Custom Shop piece for the player looking for the 335 Dot look, tone, and feel, in a guitar that's smaller and lighter.

The scythe is a farming tool whose primary purpose is to mow grass and harvest grain.

But in the arms of a skilled fighter—especially one whose social class forbids him from owning conventional weaponry—it's as lethal as any sword or mace.

It's not a fancy site but it remains unchanged since '98 and I firmly believe, "if it ain't broke - don't fix it." All guitars and other gear have pictures.