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Discussion in 'Vintage Les Pauls' started by Progrocker111, Mar 13, 2017.
SPECTACULAR Prog! Congrats, HNGD and play her in good health!
That thing looks brand spanking new!! Woah!!
What a find Prog, congrats!!
Damn that's clean. I almost got one of those but it was several grades poorer condition than that!
Wow I LOVE that!! Congrats!! What a find.
Congratulations , fantastic guitar . It looks brand new.
I had several LSLP .....the way you describe the tone is right on. Especially the comparison to the 70's . The sound is more like the 50's tones than the 70's .
I'd be paranoid about dinging or marking that guitar . It's a museum piece.
The finish seems much thinner than on latte Gibsons . I ve rubbed though the finish on the back body edges of my 68 GT. Just where the back of he guitar rests against my body . Not scratches , Just th slight movement against my clothes has slowly worn the clear coat. It kills me not to play it.
You ll double your money one day or more. That's super rare in that shape.
Beautiful guitar,brother! Unbelievable condition!
Took the words out of my mouth!
Thanks to all.
And yes, i am very careful with this guitar, i must get to be accustomed to this. I am playing her a lot, the tone is amazing and i think this guitar will be despite her condition my number 1.
And exactly, the finish is thinner than on 70s Les Pauls.
You are not gonna sell it like you did this one? Are you..
No, this one is much better sounding than the sold 71. Actually this is most probably the best Les Paul i ever owned tonewise. I have finally found "the one".
that is stunning.
You have GREAT taste in guitars and amps.
Well actually ,,.........besides being paranoid ......
I'd be playing "Paranoid " on that muther
You are now smitten by the vintage woodie tone.
Your friends will have a hard time putting your guitar down,
There is no going back at this point ....
It's the type of guitar .....if you leave it out .....you will be unable to resist picking it up .
Kinda of a curse .
Cases were optional back then, I believe. If he couldn't afford one at the time, he probably got the cheaper one later.
Exactly, you described it pretty spot on.
Sometimes i only put her on the sofa and just keep looking at her. Im kinda like hypnotized.
Very nice! Does it have that early extra Maple layer under the Maple top?
Yes, it does.
29th week of 69 pots.
Three piece neck, non-pancake body. Still nicely contoured top, thin finish and nylon saddles on ABR bridge. 500k audio taper pots and black Sprague caps.
Fairly big 59 like tapered neck profile and extremely clean and articulate sounding guitar, with tons of overtones. Weight is 4.45 kg.