Gibson Les Paul 1959 in perfect scale of 1:4, build as a real guitar with all parts included. Design after building plans and many hours of perfection to make it printable and buildable. I had made 3 different stl files all include everything in same material or color...wood for example include 3 body parts the neck and so on....so you need to break the stl files apart in sketchup, very easy to do and you can optimize the layout of the parts depending on youre 3d printers bedsize. Now with updated neck and fretboard with inlays. The guitar in the picture is not finnish sanded and fully mounted but very close.
All guitars from me are easy to build for a great look, a little polish and paint and you have a great looking 'real' guitar. All parts are saved in material/color...for example body and neck in wood, parts in black or chrome (grey) and so on...therefore it's easy to print directly in the 'right' color of every part. Of course you can paint them if you like.
The inlays for most of the guitars is cut from white pla plastic 1.75mm, the strings can be made with thinn fishing line or as prefered in thin steel wire. There are small cheats to get it 3D printable in this small scale but the goal has been to make the guitars as real as possible, and they are al 3D designed after building plans.