You're one hell of a character you are Tim.
You're the Biggest attention seeking Bloated Fat Maggot on THIS forum.
Might want to look in the mirror and wipe that month old dried rat carcass off the side of your mouth Fezz.
That and you're breath...
They already banned me, and I can't get on anymore
TRUST ME, it's worth setting up an account.
This calling out of the forum member bear will go down as the worst meltdown calling out on ANY forum in history.
I PROMISE it's worth signing up.
I wouldn't LIE.
I've never gotten...
YEP. PRS MAKES THE BEST ELECTRIC GUITARS.
Go to TGP right NOW to see it
I went nuclear on one of their 'BoYs' for calling me and my son out in TAG's thread.
They probably already deleted it
Go see it before they delete the thread.
I bought my '80 Gibson "Jimmy Wallace" ( Pre-Run/Proto) '58 Quilted LP Standard in '84 for $500.
Today because this was one of 2 or 3 Pre-Run "Jimmy Wallace" '58 Quilted Top "examples" sent to Jimmy by Gibson to approve before his 1st official order, this guitar is pretty rare and exclusive...
Thanks very much for the link.
I loved the whole process of the stripping until the finished product.
After watching the process, I'm NOW thinking instead of redoing my Studio Black again, maybe I should go Gold.
I don't have a Goldtop LP in my collection, and this might be the way to go...
Love those guitars Judson.
I really love the Black Studio, but I've got a question about it.
Did you scrape the top edge of the body to expose the wood, to give it a pseudo looking binding?
That's what it looks like to me,but I can't really tell in that picture.
I'm thinking of doing that...
Are the early 90's Gibson LP Studio's really that superior over ALL the other Studio years, that the OP is going to pay $1925 US dollars for this guitar?
I guess I'm out of touch with what guitars are going for online.
Since I don't buy or sell any online, I've been in...
OK DB, I gotta ask.
Is it YOU, or your dog in your Avatar ,that wants a Gibson RD?
To ME, it really looks like HE'S the one that REALLY wants an RD.
His face tells it all.
That's great that your dog is as invested in wanting guitars as you are.
That's why they're called mans best friend. ;)
So here's what the Moog circuitry in the Custom does.
It has active circuitry with a switchable( bright mode - black toggle switch)
It has no passive mode and has to have a 9V battery to function, which is not good at all.
With the 9V battery installed the bass and treble knobs work as...
No I don't rob MFr's , because that'd be very wrong.
Working musicians in my area live WAY beyond their means, and guitars are the possession they must sell that has the most value.
I end up buying these guitars they can't afford to keep.
Call me an opportunist,but don't call me a thief. ;)
I've NEVER had any problem finding good quality used Gibson guitars for VERY good prices.
I haven't bought a NEW guitar for myself since '99, and I ONLY buy used guitars.
Here's the Gibson guitars I've bought since 2013:
$165 - '70 Gibson Cherry ES-335 (barter)
$286 - '05 Gibson...
It's funny you mentioned Gumby, because I've decided to fully embrace the Gumby comparison, and get mine custom painted like this one.
Be honest muface, what do you think?
Is everyone who sees me donning this guitar on stage , going to be "Green" with envy?
This guitar is 44 yrs. old and was made the year I graduated high school.
It sure looks like it's been a case queen for almost all of it's 44 yrs. it's been around.
The nasty Moog circuitry even still operates properly.
Haven't had a chance to really play it,but will do so once it's been...
I was aware that Jim Root has some other signature guitars, but I was unaware he had THIS black Jazzmaster as his Sig. guitar.
I found this virtually unplayed mint condition JR yesterday at a pawnshop, and because of the "STUPID CRAZY LOW" price, was obligated to buy it. (actually put it on...
Makes sense since JNJ intials are for Jazz, Neck, Juarez(Maricela Juarez)
When I saw the thread on the SD forum, it didn't make sense when one of the guys swore that the letter L stood for the Leesona pickup winder machine, and the L didn't stand for Lydia Daniels.
It didn't make sense that...
I looked on the Seymour Duncan forum for a definitive answer and some said the L stood for Lydia Daniels, but a lot of guys said that wasn't correct.
Several guys said in that thread that Lydia Daniels used her last name initial when she had to initial pickups she wound.
Some guy showed an...