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    From Zwevezele

    From Zwevezele
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    Bad Moon Rising

    Yes, this was a good find of Mr. John Fogerty, with that he broadened the spectrum of guitar chords and created the unique sound for the Creedence Clearwater Revival !
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    L-tooling marks on Pre T-Top pickups ?

    Hi, can somebody give a visual explanation please ? Thanks
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    50’s Les Paul Custom’s

    Thanks Frutiger for showing me ! This was the real pure work back in time, under the care an love for guitars of Mr Ted McCarty !There is little written literature on this subject ...
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    50’s Les Paul Custom’s

    Hi 665, with all respect, but why are you so sure this has to be a 1 pc body ? Do you have more info to find about this please ? I never read this before anywhere... Thanks and regards, akkermanfan
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    50’s Les Paul Custom’s

    Hi efstop, did the prehistorics 1991 LP Customs also had a one piece mahogany body, what do you think about these series ?
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    Ledger of 1969 Les Paul's in the 544's series.

    Thanks riffsmachine, yes I've tried there also, still no result...:rolleyes:
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    Ledger of 1969 Les Paul's in the 544's series.

    Thanks for your reply LPPILOT ! Meanwhile, I did email with Gibson Costumer Service, but unfortunately they could only confirm that my guitar was built in 1969 I
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    New favourite LP home, 73 cherryburst Custom

    Hi Progrocker111, Congrats on your new conquest ! It's great of you that you are always ready to share your extensive knowledge of the Les Pauls with everyone through the forums! Thanks a lot and enjoy your new 1973:dude: !
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    First Time Les Paul Build Neck Question

    There are much Les Pauls, where you have to set the ABR-1 bridge higher , because of the steeper neck angle.
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    have been classical guitarteacher

    have been classical guitarteacher
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    Gibson Shipping Ledger Scans 1957 to 1969 wanted...

    Hi eric ernest, I've got a tip from HardCore Troubadour, that you possibl Hi eric ernest, I've got a tip from HardCore Troubadour to address me to you about finding the ledgers of 1969 Les Paul guitars. Maybe you are able to help me, do you have the ledgers of the 543's, 544's and 545's series...
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    Hi eric ernest, I've got a tip from HardCore Troubadour to address me to you about finding the...

    Hi eric ernest, I've got a tip from HardCore Troubadour to address me to you about finding the ledgers of 1969 Les Paul guitars. Maybe you are able to help me, do you have the ledgers of the 543's, 544's and 545's series please ? The shipping dates would be very interesting ! Thanks and best...
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    Gibson Shipping Ledger Scans 1957 to 1969 wanted...

    Thanks HardCore Troubadour, I'll send him...
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    Ledger of 1969 Les Paul's in the 544's series.

    The shipping dates would be very interesting !
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    Ledger of 1969 Les Paul's in the 544's series.

    Hi all of you, could someone help me to find this please ? Thanks, akkermanfan
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    Gibson Shipping Ledger Scans 1957 to 1969 wanted...

    Hi HardCoreTroubadour, Thanks for giving all this great information!! Would you also have information about the serial numbers of the Les Paul guitars in the 540's range please ? Thanks again and best regards, akkermanfan
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    Maple and Mahogany reversed in the body of the 1952 Les Pauls ?

    That is a good explanation, thanks jimi55lp ! Notwithstanding the heavier weight of the guitar, I am ever wondering how the Les Paul Custom with the ebony fingerboard and a maple body with a mahogany cap would have sounded ? :hmm:
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    Maple and Mahogany reversed in the body of the 1952 Les Pauls ?

    Thank you zombiwoof for your reply, which is true concerning the Gibson Les Paul Customs of 1954 to 1960 with a body all consisting of mahogany without the maple top, but this assertion of wood reverse by Mr. Les Paul in the 1952 Goldtops bodies is what I remember to have ever read in an...


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