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Discussion in 'Vintage Les Pauls' started by Boyinblack, Feb 1, 2018.
I definitely want this one and I would trust every word you say, BTW
I was having fun with it. But now that you mention it...
That's interesting, only through 69. Have anything to do with the Norlin era?
My -59 and, somewhat modded, -60 MMs. On the "lower-end" scale I suppose but still the ones I will never let go.
Frank is that the SG that Uncle Lou restored for you.
SG Lou (big difference)...but close enough! He did the woodwork on it, and HM did the paint.
Early 1961 Les Paul Standard
Wow, that thing is perfect! Very nice!
Thanks, Frank! Other than some fade in the cherry, it's in great shape.
Bonus shot with its Lifton...
I wish my yard looked like this right now.
Why? What does your yard matter with a guitar like that
I actually prefer the faded look! That’s why I said it was “perfect”! Love the case, too!
When I worked at Wrays Music House an older gentleman, must have been in his late 70's probably 80 had one that he bought new. It was his pride and joy. He used to let me restring it and play it. He was old school obviously and used like 13 flats or something. I was always puzzled by the sideways vibrola. I know they are be used subtlety but kinda weird. Very nice!
One of the first things I did when I got mine was disable the sideways vibrola with a MojoAxe VibroStop.
They're all here just pick out the good stuff.
My ‘59 & ‘74 Wraptail Specials
1954 Junior / 1960 TV Special / 1959 Junior
My 3 Old Girls by scottyk posted Feb 27, 2018 at 8:52 AM
1963 Gibson SG "Les Paul" Jr
Wow, beautiful collection.
70/71 Les Paul Custom in the middle?
Top to bottom 60 55 59.