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Discussion in 'Norlin Years' started by marantz1300, Sep 12, 2010.
78 wine red custom brings us to 641?
On the left!
642 on the left..
Nice guitars. The way the one on the right is leaning, the glare, and the angle of the camera all combine to cause it to kind of look almost like a cardboard cutout. But a nice guitar. Love the color.
643. '79 Silverburst. (I know its a crummy pic, sorry)
Hey, one of the best guitars ever made! Too bad yours is right-handed.
Geeez! And all this time I thought your avatar pic was just posted backward!..
Good one. You cracked me up with that one. Thanks. I needed the laugh.
PS: I have been told my playing is sometimes "drawkcab".
644, my '74 Deluxe. I'll get some decent pictures up soon. Teaser for now.
#645, 1975 CSB Deluxe
#646 1976 Les Paul Custom black
#647 1977 Les Paul Standard natural
#648 1979 The Paul walnut
Norlins had the best necks...
#649 1974 Small Script Les Paul Standard in Dark Wineburst, with me since '77
Me like. Very nice. And, if I am not intruding, what are the awards (to your left in the last picture)?
No intrusion. I'm a recording engineer/sound designer. The small one is a People's Choice Award for sound design on nationally broadcast piece. The other is a twenty-five-year service award given me, um, twelve years ago. Next to the small one there's a Raytheon 6V6 stuck in a chunk of foam to remind my clients and me that with all the high tech digital audio gear we use these days it all started with discrete circuits and vacuum tubes, and I started in discrete circuits and vacuum tubes.
Very cool! Thanks for the info. I was living in New England from 1977-1995. Back then, we used some Raytheon gear in our computer rooms.
#650 - Add my 1980 Firebrand "The Paul" Deluxe. It's actually a bit darker finish than the photo shows but it shows the grain nicely. Mahogany, T-tops and an ebony board. It weighs in at 7.5 lbs.