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Discussion in 'Other Single-Cuts' started by Udonitron, Feb 9, 2011.
That amps had some nice guitars next to it over the years
Thanks guys, yes, I think Yuma has used that amp in pics since 2011.
Incoming..., sometime in early 2017... Crews KTR LS-01.
Guitar came today and after picking it up I realized I had been a little mentally slow with the Terada connection. What I really bought is an Ibanez AS100 with a nice quilt top. So far, I really like it!
Might be the last one for a long time due to new CITES regulations now for all kind of rosewood
should be fun.
ObG incoming. Serial says '94, Fujigen. FEB, good times. Top has a refin.
does the selller say that its had a refin?
i think ive seen 57c's in wine red like that before as factory standard...
Yes, at least the ad said so. Jugding by the pics I'm pretty sure that's correct.
I don't know much about the ObG brand, beside that they did models with and without FEB and tha the models with FEB are regarded as a little better than the non-FEB models...., but I don't know if this is a 57c model. Ad said "Les Paul Standard".
I suspect that a lot of you guys are capable of telling me exactly what I've bought.
The price was OK, a little less of half of what a used LP Traditional fetch these days here in Norway. Got another guitar waiting to be shipped from Japan (the Crews LS-01 mentioned earlier in the thread), so I though "why not?".
congrats to that beauty, looks a lot like mine I bought some months ago:
The fibs give it away as an RI so 57c modell it should be
OK, so nibs is exclusive to the RI's?
Excited to see how the top looks IRL, if it's accetable or a candidate for a refin (like that's gonna happen, huh).
It was your wine red RI that caught my interest. Luckily I was the only bidder. Pretty sure it would've gone higher if it had the original finish.
Neck shape should be on the rounder/boulder/bigger side?
Yes the NIBs are exclusive for RI:s seems to be same year also and I also wonder if its realy an refin, but it looks rather minty and in good shape.
The neck on my is like an regular 50:s neck of an Gibson standard, more like an 59 than an 57.
I dont know, but suspect, that they did all necks the same and just named the guitars 59 for the tops with flame and 57c for the rest
Also, only the RI:s where named this way, the rest of their guitars had names corresponding their price.
another nice thing about them is that they only where in production between 92-94, so you will have an rather unique guitar, ans also lucky to have bought one before the new regulations according rosewood are going into effect.
The whole CITES thing was helping a lot. I sure hope it's the date of purchase and not shipping date that counts...
no, its the shipping date...
Then I hope this thing gets to the Rinkya HQ pretty quick...
I bought this Edwards tele, E-TE-128M / RE. It's a weird one with a 2 piece neck but that round string tree and a black guard. Is this just a weird mish-mash of parts Edwards put together or is it suppose to be a tribute / replica of some rock star's guitar?
2 piece neck, really?
maybe he means its a scarf joint
which is also unusual i guess on a maple neck!
Their Jeff Beck humbucker tele has a 2 piece neck, so maybe they just took the JB stuff and stuck it on a single coil body.
Edit - no, I mean 2 piece, no skunk stripe.
So 2 piece as in a maple slab board glued to the maple neck?