first off, apologies if this is the wrong place for this discussion. I'm interested in a discussion about something that tends to be fairly polarizing. The idea of putting a logo on a guitar... for instance, many people feel it's totally ok to put a hamer logo on a hamer guitar even if technically one could argue that that is miss-use of someone's copyrighted logo. ok, one step further... putting a fender logo on a licensed fender neck. Ok, one step further... putting a fender logo on a non-fender guitar. as I understand, and obviously, selling such a guitar as a fender or gibson is likely to land you in jail - legally and in my mind wouldn't be right morally, but I'm more interested in the grey areas. just putting it on there for your own kicks is, as I understand it, legal... but then posting a pick of it is not. (thoughts?) even if you stay on the legal side of things... boy, people can get really upset about the idea. what if you built an ac cobra from a kit, and wanted it to be identical to the real deal? I guess in this case it sits better because the company no longer makes them. but does that make it any more right/wrong? that question probably gives away the way I lean, but then I'm kind of conflicted about whether I think it's really wrong or right. I'm interested in how and why anyone who cares to respond feels about these different 'levels'. Is it better if it's expensive? for instance, if you spend more than an actual fender would cost you?