Thinline Shootout: G & L Bluesboy vs. Parts-o-caster vs...

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  1. Pale Rider

    Pale Rider Supporting Member

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    I'm itching for a bound body-humbucker in the neck-rosewood fingerboard-sunburst thinline-
    I'd love more of a 69 vibe, so I've thought about having a body crafted for me and making my first parts-o-caster, which would be fun and kool-
    but, is it worth the time and $$$-should I just get a G & L Classic Bluesboy?
    should I get a 69 RI and have it modded up?
    I'd like to not spend a lot-but it's my new obsession

    any opinions would be welcome if anyone's been here before...
    Thanks.

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  2. ford

    ford Supporting Member

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    I would check with Chris at K-Line and see what he can do for you...

    rock

    bford

    G&L's are great guitars by the way.
     
  3. gkoelling

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    You're looking for a HB in the bridge.

    The Bluesboy as the HB in the neck.

    Big difference.
     
  4. Trego

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    I have a G&L Bluesboy Semi-Hollow that I adore. Friggin perfect neck.
     
  5. Pale Rider

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    K Line is a little out of the low cost range , don't you think?

    Keeping hope alive
     

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