So sometimes things happen in the workshop. Sometimes you end up with an old scuffed up Star Wars Darth Vader action figure case from the 70s. It needs to be repainted and sometimes you think “would anyone play a silver sparkle Darth Vader case guitar?” And then you spend way too much time making it and that’s it…you’re committed.

Hopefully if you are reading this you are the frontman of a Mandolorian themed heavy metal band. Maybe the band is called The Scruffy Nerfherders. And MAYBE your next album is gonna be totally David Bowie influenced and you’re looking to up your glam live performance game. Maybe, just MAYBE you’re doing a Space Oddity cover and you’re going to emerge from a cardboard carbonite coffin and need something for the stage lights to bounce off of so it looks like the carbonite is melting. I don’t know I’m just spitballing here.

If any of these things are true than you NEED this guitar. Search your feelings, you know it is your destiny to be the only person in the galaxy with a silver sparkle Darth Vader guitar.

Anyway, this guy is a fun single pickup guitar made around an red oak core. It’s easy to play and while it isn’t a PRS shredder or anything it is a solid funky guitar that stays in tune and is frikkin silver glitter. If you are the kinda person who could possibly rock this thing this is your chance. FEEL don’t think!

Listed4 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
  • Electric guitar made out of a vintage Darth Vader action figure case Star Wars heavy metal guitar
  • The Sith Sparklecaster
  • Silver Sparkle
  • 2022
Made In
  • United States

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