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Discussion in 'Historics & Reissues' started by Andy California, Dec 31, 2017.
I think the 60 in LS-60 stands for the official price of 60,000 yen, and not for the 60s model.
Perhaps so if you find one that you like (looks-wise) you could ask them.
The Japanese love business, and in my experience have always been very responsive to inquiries.
60 means yen yes. They have 100's and 300's as well.
Here's another thought:
Les Paul Classic. In 90s and at least earlier 00s, they had very thin necks. They are also more affordable than an R0 or Standard.
Lots of guys around here love 'em.
But they ain't really worthy until you hit the LS470. That's a decent MIJ copy...
Maybe off topic, but saw this article today and thought it was very interesting. TL;DR: you CAN bring your guitar onboard an aircraft as a carry on. It’s the law (in the USA).