Ouch ... Get well soon! :sadwave:
:photos: oh sorry, that was the wrong smiley ....
What do we learn - Don't carry sharp items in your pockets, dont't leave clothes lying around. Next time you'll step on a sock and slip ..... sometimes it's right to give attention to what our moms used to say...
I absolutely adore plaintops, and the lemon shows the grain quite nicely :headbanger:
@SixAngryStrings , sad to hear those stories, but glad to hear it ended well. Play the heck out of your guitar! :jam:
Thanks for all your answers!
But it seems the discussion drifts a little away. For my interests, the thickness measured at the rim is what actually counts - since this is the where it is perceived.
@Who - thanks for your kind offer - but I fear that there is a tiny bit of misunderstanding.
I found out that there are numerous threads about thickness issues - way too many in fact. But I didn't find one that answers my questions.
I also know that LP Studios are thinner than LP Standards.
But I found photos that suggest that certain LPs are even thicker than a standard - for...
But no golden strings - another case of Gibson not going the whole way
Read the description?
The "nice" red guitar doesn't try to cater to us .... but it is amazing how low so-called music "journalists" can sink.
Motivation? I? supply? sorry, not in this case.
As you may already know, removing the PU covering of an Epiphone is quite a task. Some might even describe it as a major pain in the ass. :naughty:
If you find mahogany veneer under the paint (which is sure for newer epis), saving it while...