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Discussion in 'Vintage Les Pauls' started by amused, Aug 8, 2017.
Yes it is ... you can notice that from the relic when you know Tom's work hehe
I know, I own one myself http://www.mylespaul.com/threads/officially-first-bartlett-in-russia.393754/
A very short audio clip my GF took without noticing with her samsung galaxy s7... poor quality but gives a rough first idea at very low level how it can sound
I like your story! It reminds me mine so much. Enjoy this beauty!
Thanks, I really love the guitar so far... I just got back from 2 weeks with the guitar sitting in her case because of backaches but today I got to play her and even if I am a pretty bad player, I love how it feels and sounds ...
Here is a short clip for the ones wondering how it sounds ...
Cool project!!!! I love what you did with it & the guitar looks fantastic!! Sub'ed!!
Thanks, I am very happy with the result too... besides the fact that it is beautiful and sounds fantastic, this guitar is so easy to play. I may have mentioned it early, but bending have never been so smooth with an LP.
There's something about an old guitar. I have a '52 and it plays like butter....even with a refret.
Refretting butter has to be real tricksy.
yeah you are right @OBX351, there's something about vintage guitars, and especially old necks... they feel like home instantly, as if the wood was molded for your hands with time
Nice guitar Micka !
Hey JC, thanks for your comment...
We know each other very much with guitars and I know we are very similar about having high hopes on new high-end guitars.
I am still in the phase where I want to be very critical about pros and cons, I couldn't play the guitar as much as I planned to since I received her because of my backache and my move this week, but the little time I spent with the guitar has been really very very pleasant, and I can only think the guitar will continue to grow on me over time...
Great thread. Thanks for sharing your journey with this conversion.