- Sep 23, 2014
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Nobody ever mentions the "Good Metal Years" when they made hardware solely from Peruvian zinc and wound coils only using the finest Chilean copper
I'm not the biggest fan of LPC's but that is one beautiful looking axe you got there.
It's truly beautiful !Thanks. I was never a big fan of heritage cherry but this one caught my attention.
I’ve just read through both of those links, but couldn’t find any information about Gibson using old growth Honduran Mahogany for RIs in 2007. It doesn’t mean it’s old growth just because it was unregulated.
Is yours a M2M or something? Care to share more about that?
That's the great wood era. Honduran mahogany refers mostly to species, not location. The original Les Pauls were made of Honduran mahogany which grew naturally all over Central and South America.I always thought the good wood years we’re back when Brazilian rosewood and Honduran mahogany were typically used.