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Discussion in 'Vintage Les Pauls' started by Xrun Morzov, Jan 19, 2017.
Score. Those are some of the best guitars ever.
that meaty neck profile looks perfect. People always shoot pictures of the top but generally not the neck, which is really what a player interacts with. The road wear is gorgeous, play the hell out of that
Hot damn thats nice!!!
Absolutely love Gibby Juniors of all years!
Hard to beat the original P90's .....Well only with original P.A.F.'s.......
Totally agree with you! My main concern is always the neck, as it really matters when you play. Hey, you almost don't even see the body of the guitar when playing)) The neck is worn to the wood in many places, and the touch is very sexy
Couldn't resist and removed the pickguard:
I've really blended with the guitar, but I want a Bartlett badly...
Please talk me out of a trade for Bartlett
I have one as well and I agree, there's some serious mojo going on with the wood and the neck profile.
Here is my very early 60 I've owned for 4 years
Cool! I like the stripe on the fretboard!
i could see both balls being sold for such a piece of pure beauty....
Juniors rule. Congrats!
Tough decision, but really starting to think about parting with it. Would like to keep it in the club, so if interested, PM me.
Man, the dream axe
Yes, my has the same under the guard. However sometimes I see ones that don't seem to fade much. Maybe they were kept in cases all the time?