I love that you kept the body completely silhouetted in black. It makes for a really great compositional element, especially since this piece has an air of simplicity about it, and especially since the figure reads perfectly and is understood regardless of the lack of detail. The neck of the guitar, however, seems a little bit problematic, and it's due to perspective. It's clear that the guitar is at a sharp angle, but the neck remains perfectly parallel and the same length down the whole of the guitar, giving it a bent look. It's an easy thing to fix in the future, just taper the neck and the strings so that they come closer together the further they are from the eye.
Nothing distracting at all, it's just something I noticed when I looked at it a second time. And it doesn't stop me from loving it any less. The lettering is just... flawless in this as well, by the way. All together, it's very simple, and very strong.
Yeah - I got that feeling once the inking was done, but I'm glad I'm not insane and not the only one to notice that. It's kinda crappy of me since I put emphasis on getting these things completely right [like with the guns in my art], but, uh, yeah. Next time.