Impressive

Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by tbone666, Mar 13, 2008.

  1. jmburke

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    WOW, Thats a lot of Les Pauls...
     
  2. daddyo

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    Mmmmm . . . volutes.
     
  3. Cherry_SG_Chris

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  4. candid_x

    candid_x Supporting Member

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    I'm not very hip on Pauls; is it me or are some of those tops patch worked? And are three piece tops common?
     
  5. flyingvees

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    Yes Norlin era pauls were sandwhich bodies...Some are great but most or marginal or just plain bad..
     
  6. shadowbox

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    I like this little Q&A exchange between the seller and a potential buyer:

    Q: Why do you have all these guitars?Mar-13-08

    A: Why do I have them? Well, someone has to have them; might as well be me!
     
  7. Pete Galati

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    This collection looks familiar. I think these have been up for auction as a group before.

    A friend of mine had one that was very much like this 1974 Cherry Sunburst Custom, fretless-wonder and all. Best guitar I ever heard for heavy music. When it came up for sale, the fretless-wonder frets caused me to pass because they didn't suit how I play very well. But I should have snatched it up. Very regrettable.
     
  8. Robert1950

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    Just what I was thinking. I definitely remember some of those pictures.
     

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