Thanks! The only thing I'm really Jonesing for at the moment is a vintage single-cut Les Paul Junior.
Very nice. Congrats!
Up for sale is a first-run Meteora in Butterscotch Blonde lacquer finish on an ash body. These are really cool guitars that Fender did a year or...
Thanks. Yeah, it's original Sparkling Burgundy that has faded/worn quite a bit. I'm not sure about the Bigsby; I think it was added.
I'd love to have a 3X5 family pic, but my '68 is an only child.
Epiphone S-400 Strat in 1988.
I tried to be open-minded about the idea of only owning 2 and having to sell one before you get a new one. I think that sounds reasonable, but the...
The "good wood" description seems to be most frequently used in for sale ads.
Sold on Reverb
'54 Goldtop close-up
I think I know this guitar. Really great one!
I agree with the gist of what's been said already. I have had a few narrow nut Gibsons and they all felt pretty chunky in terms of thickness and...
1st fret: 0.828"
7th fret: 0.925"
12th fret: 0.969"
I just added this to the OP.
Thanks! Mostly looking to sell and can't really think of anything that I'm looking for at the moment, but if you have something in mind, feel free...
Up for sale is a really cool Custom Shop Strat. It's a '64 Reissue Strat in a special "Super Faded Fiesta Red" finish with a Journeyman relic...
1 in 500? Yes.
The parchment guard with pearloid back is absolutely normal starting around 1967. I'm not sure on how long it lasted.
I think my '64 Jag is the best clean tone I've got.
It was awesome, but definitely took a loss when I sold it (as expected).
It was a custom paisley body by JV Guitars with a vintage neck, so it added up quickly. I ended up selling it to another member here (in Canada).
I went over $3K once. :oops:
I had a Firemist Silver one of these. Just fantastic guitars. Congrats on yours!