FS: 1993 LP classic, with no classic, no pickguard mount

murkat

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Yup, my LP classic, no classic, Heritage cherry sunburst, no pickguard mount. The nice trapazoid inlays, 60's neck, naturally relic'd by me ;)
Custom Shop hardware, 57 classics pup set. Correct dished carved top. 5ook long shaft pots, BB's (built and setup by... me... I am a custom shop employee ;) )All original parts come with. OHSC, $2100.00 , OBO, shipped, paypal'd conus, sweet heart of a LP.







 

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...must be one numbered under 3 2000?...
 

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These are excellent guitars,very nice!I currently have 3 1413(zebras,too).No mounting plate in it either.I'm think I'm getting GAS.
 

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about 9.1 lbs on my scale. Thankyou for your complimates
yup, its one of "those"... Pigtail TP, bushings... Now this is different.... check this out... I had my pigtail T/P kit from my R9, was ready to swap the studs into the Classic (years ago), the stock Classic (in mine mind you) studs acceptted the Pigtail historic threading and length... Not on historics!
 

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Interesting...mine took vintage '59 studs with no bottoming of holes and I topwrap,so that TP is wound down almost on the top.

Now will someone buy this guitar,Please!
 


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