Thank you much appreciated! I thought the same about the fretboard. I gave it a restring yesterday and haven't stopped playing it all weekend. The strings are probably nearly dead again lol. Just about about to watch you're new vid. I really enjoyed the last one. Thanks for posting it!
I hope you are all well. I gave in a couple of weeks back and ended up selling off my 54" Goldtop VOS. I decided to put the cash towards this really nice 57" light aged Murphy Lab Goldtop with a dark back. This had been one of my dream guitars to buy for a very long time and was really...
Here's my 59" heavy aged in slow iced tea. I really like the one it plays fantastic, sound awesome! and I just can't get over how good the ageing is! I just knew it was the one in the store when the case opened. I was just speechless.
I've now got my eye on a light aged 57" Goldtop dark back. I...
Thank you, not too sure on the weight to be honest but it's average for a LP. Probably around 9 pounds I reckon. Neck profile is really comfortable I'd say it's bang in the middle for a 59" not too thick or thin. And the rolled edges feel good as well. It just makes you wanna play all the time...
Thanks for the comments guys I really appreciate it! You did message me on FB. The R0 finally sold and went off to Scotland. It arrived with the new owner on thurs and he loves it. Glad it went to a good home.
You're right to change your mind! They look unbelievable! If you get a chance to go...
I hope you are all well and keeping safe. I recently sold off my 60th anniversary R9 and R0 and decided to leave a deposit on this aged Murphy Lab in slow iced tea. I must admit I was a bit hesitant at first but as soon as my dealer emailed me over some pics I was sold. It looks...
Thank you much appreciated. I prefer the V3 to the V2, the V3 feels really comfortable to me. That's probably because I have an 89' pre historic which I've owned since the early 90's which was my main guitar for a long time and that has a similar neck profile.
I live in Hornchurch ESSEX ,so...
Just bought myself a V3 in tomato burst. I was looking for some different pickups to go in there and thought maybe some Bare Knuckle Mules but those Beano PAFs look like a better option.
I’d like to hear your thoughts on them when you get them installed.
Sorry for the late reply it's been a bit hectic. No trouble at all you can buy Steve's book here if you like it's a great read very interesting. https://www.whsmith.co.uk/products/famous-frets/steve-clarke/paperback/9781912782222.html
I'm sure Steve won't mind me saying but he did...
Unfortunately not the bridge posts need repairing. The guitar plays but it's not ideal. Steve Clarke was gonna repair it for me but I just haven't had a chance to go and see him to get it sorted he lives quite far from me.
No worries at all, I didn't even know that someone thought the guitar was in France. That was quite sometime ago now back in 2016 way before Steve Clarke got in touch with me. And that comment about Steve trying to contact me is not right. He got in contact in dec 2017 and we made an arrangement...
I was keeping it secret but I think it's about time you all knew. I can confirm the Bolan Les Paul will be in Steve's new book. Steve did visit me last year and had a through look at the guitar. I think you guys will find it very interesting.
Got this one yesterday after finally selling my Sandy aged! Southern Fade finish with a rosewood fingerboard. I wasn't expecting this one to turn up till oct over here in the UK. It turned up early. Play's great and sounds great.
I'm glad I posted on here now. I've decided not to go any further with that. They want far too much for the guitar. If it was an aged or a VOS then I'd jump at the chance at buying one but as you say the Artist proof's are not really worth that sort of money.
I just wondered if you could possibly give me an idea of how much a Billy Gibbons Artist Proof VOS might be worth nowadays? I posted a similar thread about a Beano VOS and my aged Sandy but thought it might be better to start a new thread so they don't get mixed up.