I've got a great sounding beat up EB2 and the tuning machines are really stiff.
I've taken the tuning machines apart, cleaned them, bathed them, lubed them up and asked them really nicely to do their job... but they refuse to turn smoothly and are kind of a problem
the Fly guitars website...
so I just stumbled onto a too cheap not to take home epi les paul. It's an odd one. Solid one piece maple - with a bit of curl and figure and a maple neck.
It's on the lighter side of middle weight but is a snarly snappy sounding guitar. Pickups have a very light stamp/engraved epiphone...
Ive got a pair of these that were installed in an '81 Dean Golden E'lite.
Original owner said he had the Dimarzio's pulled out and these installed. I'm not super familiar with the history of Duncan's.
Anyone know anything about this sticker etc.?
Here' the reverb link:
Definitely a brighter more chimey les paul, this Wine red les paul deluxe has a duncan antiquity in the bridge. All plastic swapped out for black with a 5-ply black pickguard (original creme plastic in original "California girl...
Wine red lp deluxe. Medium weight, flame top 60's-ish neck profile, duncan antiquity in bridge. Pro setup with 10's has black pickup surrounds and a 5 ply pickguard. Original creme plastic parts in case.
Original "California girl case"
Neck had a hairline crack when I purchased the guitar...