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Discussion in 'Historics & Reissues' started by 59noob, Aug 18, 2017.
I second the Wow!
Fun thread. Watching.
hope you let it age on its own
Oh, that's going to be sweet when it's all finished and put together. Watching this one to the end!
The last update of photos was 7 weeks ago, but I'm not rushing them... but yes, I do wonder how it looks now.
oh i thought it was ready because it was already finished etc. i very curious as well!
I just received some teaser pics of the THR4. Also a pic of what it looked like before. I am told the fretboard isn't finished yet. Hope you like the pics!
Before we took the plunge....
Old looking keys.
Color looks great.
Looks just like my 53/57 conversion.
Thin switch nut. Nice board, can't wait till it's finalized/aged.
This one checked really nicely.
A set of nice barrel knobs that came with the vintage harness/circuit.
Gibson logo moved down. Some nice tuner bushings to complete the look.
Wow looks amazing!!
those fake58 tuners are killer. i installed them on my 1958 ES-335. 4x page23 and 2x fake58. they will go now on my R5 goldtop and the ES will get some 50ies pat. pend. grovers.
What P90’s are you going to use?
Late 50s purple wire P90's .
Bingo, great choice.
My ‘54 Replica has ‘58 P90’s c/o Jamman . Truly awesome PU’s IMHO.
Enjoy your GT.
Wow! Looks Fantastic!
OMG!!! Looks great. Enjoy long time!
Question for the OP: Just curious why you would do a make over to a TH? Not judging at all, just curious if you have done several other guitars, and you know you might do that, why you wouldn't find a regular custom shop model that was a good weight and do that?