oohh that reminds me of other Natural Finish Norlins.. Around 1995 I traded in the 73 L6-S that I bought in 74.Yeah, and the whole miraculous way it came back to me after 34 years would make a good movie! LOL!!!
Since prototypes were stripped, gutted and headstocks broken, this one was already a parts guitar when it arrived. No harm, no foul to try different things. The pots were from a Hamer and the caps were tiny yellow cylinders, now replaced with CTS and Russian snake oil caps. The T-Tops were mismatched, one stickered and one stamped. Both are now safely stashed away..
Thanks so much, mate!
That was probably meThanks so much, mate!
Me and OP were talking about my love of wood grain as well as my solid color 82.
I was explaining that I was first attracted to LP with the Heritage 80 series...
So of course I think of yours...
OP was also wondering about FW frets compared to his LW frets of the 80's
Thanks for playing!~