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Discussion in 'Vintage Les Pauls' started by mbowen, Jun 22, 2014.
One of Gil's V's which he says was a Burst Killer.Mike B.
Another ex. Yes. Half of these are burst killers.
Into BLACK Today
I'm into sunburst today.
Here's a pic of a '76 Hamer Standard # 0017.
This vs Burst might be an epic battle
Earlier this year I had this all original 1959 ES345 in my shop for some maintenance. This guitar destroyed every guitar I own (even my 60 Burst and a couple of 50's conversions) Since then it has haunted me endlessly.
Someone says they like BLOND'S -My friend Vic's 3-1959-Naturals.I looked at the 59-ES-355 but way out of my wife's money comfort zone.An amazing guitar Hank found.Mike B.
More V's as Killers,My good friend Joe S.with his V's Mike B.
Seems like 345's are getting a lot of love...anyone have one they want to get rid of on the cheap? Haha
CAN'T help myself--REAL BURST KILLERS-THANKS TO WHOEVER POSTED THIS IN THE OTHER THREAD --LOVE IT.
Some killer Burst Killer footage courtesy Joe Bonamassa, 4 Tweeds and an ES --
"Did you hear that? Well, half of Burbank heard these four monsters fire up as the road to Red Rocks begins. The final line up is as follows: Two 1958 Fender Bassman amps and Two 1959 Fender Twins... all set to stun. Keeping with the finest traditions of the blues of course."
Mike -- Your pic was just BEGGING to be made into a Meme
Thanks John ---much funnier your way.M.B.