I would disagree since I heard that Les Paul’s last words were “only the greatest Les Pauls of all time shall have lifton cases bearing Wildwood insignia... also please move production to Korea since Canada is getting too expensive”Very nice but on a minor note that huge not-at-all-subtle Wildwood plaque on the side of the case is an eyesore. I would demand a change of case to a "historically correct" standard Lifton-style.
As an owner of two Wildwood guitars (fender) that don't have the logo, I think it's awesome. I'm a huge fan of Wildwood and what they are in the industry.I would disagree since I heard that Les Paul’s last words were “only the greatest Les Pauls of all time shall have lifton cases bearing Wildwood insignia... also please move production to Korea since Canada is getting too expensive”
The “in case you ever sell” line for this thing is building up, love that list though hahahaUm, I've decided cuz I'm such a great guy and all to start an "in case you ever sell," list so as to make things easier for you.
Here it is:
2. All others (Ignore them)
Man, that is gorgeous! The whole package is simply amazing!Haven't posted in a while. Here's my new gem (with photos below that leave little to the imagination):
This one's pretty easy to photograph
- Model: 2018 1960 Les Paul with a Brazilian Fretboard
- Finish: Golden Poppy Burst, Gloss
- Run: Pre-Sold Limited, made for Wildwood (might be a one-off)
- Serial Number: 0 8002
- Weight: 8.2 lb
- Neck profile: 0.8 / 0.92 (was afraid it would feel too thin; surprisingly feels bigger than my TH59), more V shape than a D/C
- Electronics: all stock, Custombuckers
A couple photos right out of the box:
Sweeeet! Another georgeous LP in full glory!
People forget that it also has to sound good, or realistically, it ONLY needs to sound good Which LPs you got?Sweeeet! Another georgeous LP in full glory!
Now I know why it took me so long to sign up over here. After seeing all these beautiful Les Paul's, it make mine feel so inadequate...