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Discussion in 'Other Single-Cuts' started by rednefceleb, Nov 26, 2017.
Clearly a fan of Wesley Snipes from Passenger 57 ... "always bet on black!"
Paruwi: your collection is truly magnificent. Tell me about the Les Paul on the far right of the picture. I want to find one of those and do no know the model #. Now I see why the black ones are the "best". Also, do all Edwards with lacquer have the letters "ALS" in their model #? Thanks.
It is the 'NeoClassic LC-10' model (export model)
with sharp horn and a few minor differences to the this JDM (Japan Domestic Market) model
That History hollow is a beautiful guitar. Good blues machine.
this Expert Flame is located in AZ - and it seems to be a great deal
previous model of this ^^ one
I've got two of them,
very ergonomic, not really heavy around 3,5 kg (7,90 lbs)
one with HB and P90,
the other with a SeymourDuncan Nazgul/Sentinent set
I'll second Paruwi's sentiments. I also have one and love it. Mine has "Fujigen" on the headstock but is otherwise the same guitar. Light (just a hair over 7 1/2 pounds), easy to play and versatile. It's a lot of guitar for $1,200. Mine has the original Fujigen pickups, which I see no reason to change. I love the look of the scraped finish to simulate binding around the body and flame maple binding on the neck.
I've bought the other Expert with the SD pickups, I would not have changed the stock pickups, though it was a nice upgrade...
That's a great looker. That flame maple top and the color. I hope they have trans-cherry. $1200 is my target amount. I also want a P-90 equipped mate. Then a 335 style. I will get the "Paruwi Black" model. Thanks for posting the pix which are now part of my slideshow for sure.