Gibson Dressing Room

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Gibson Dressing Room

Post by Randomistic » Sun May 10, 2020 10:09 am

Can we get Gibson dressing room for the Firebird and the Explorer.

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Re: Gibson Dressing Room

Post by Pepe Silvia » Sun May 10, 2020 12:44 pm

There is one out on the web somewhere. I'll look for it. I think it's a Japanese site.

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Re: Gibson Dressing Room

Post by Randomistic » Sun May 10, 2020 1:59 pm

Thank you.

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Re: Gibson Dressing Room

Post by Flurko » Sun May 10, 2020 2:17 pm

The japanese guitar building website is quite ancient but features many shapes, and is called Kisekae : https://tctwp.com/kisekae/

To answer your question, the offset dressing room hasn't been update in a while, I don't know which mod/admin did it back in the day, but it's in flash and probably isnt worth the upgrade today.

If I had the technical know-how I'd love to build one, but I suck at coding.

I made a list of some virtual guitar builders/dressing rooms in a previous threads in this subforum, if I may quote myself :
Flurko wrote:
Fri Mar 27, 2020 2:09 am

I'd love to be able to build a dressing room/guitar builder similar to what Halo Custom guitars has :
https://www.haloguitars.com/store/custom-guitars.html

They also have a 3D one for their archtop models (with very few features, I suppose it's more work to add them in)
https://www.haloguitars.com/store/custo ... itars.html

I think the same building base is used by Balaguer guitars :
https://www.balaguerguitars.com/product ... nebuilder/

I don't have the coding know-how to know what the system is called, or how to build one myself. Inspecting the code in Halo and Balaguer didn't reveal anything to someone like me who only knows HTML/CSS 101 :D

The Offset Dressing Room being flash-based, we'd have to build it from scratch to make it work in 2020, I guess ? I still use the Frank Montag guitar editor one in a while (when I wonder how to mod my SG), and it might be the last Flash website I still use. I think he built a custom editor for Kauer Guitars back in the day also, but it's long offline.

There's a lot more guitar builders on the Internet, but none have as much features as the Halo/Balaguer, or are as cool as the Offset Dressing Room :D

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