Thank you for your service. USAFMy very first LP.
baby girl #1
‘97 LPC - I bought it in 2011, sold it, and re acquired it in 2013 before leaving the USAF.
it was gigged and toured before it came to me and gigged locally before I found it again. She’s been around the block but she does all the things I like and knows how to do them well
It's been refretted twice, and in one of them the "luthier" did a mess with the neck binding, so I had to replace it.Thats awesome! Whats the story with it being so beat up and that painted neck?
Cheers to you, I have the same "issue" LOL. In my brash youth I would do a lot more damage since I never bothered to wipe down my guitars after playing and didn't spend any time polishing them. I'd say from my late 20s on, I began to care more about "damage control" and my most regular of workhorses are well-maintained.I play the crap out of my guitars. They never seem to get worn