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Good question....So there's 3 bursts in those pictures: pickguard, no pickguard and bigsby. Which one of the 3 was the Beano LP? Or was it a different burst altogether?
I remember reading that it was stolen, I didn't know that it was stolen that 'early'.Good question....
It's quite possible that none of those are the Beano Les Paul, as it was stolen shortly after Cream formed. Most of those pictures are from late '66, so the Beano LP was likely long gone, and what you see are the various loaners that Eric used.
I agree. Funny, they're all sitting. For Cream.What a great shot:
That is super cool info. Andy had to be pretty young. EDIT: (I just looked it up) he and Eric are 2 years apart, with andy being older. I don't think of them that way, as Eric was a star in the late 60's. Andy was 15 years later.I believe so. If I recall correctly, Summers mentioned in his book that he had a bit of a sideline gig selling "vintage" instruments of note. He knew early on that some vintages where worth seeking out.