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Discussion in 'Guitar Owners Clubs' started by cam.man67, Oct 13, 2016.
Forgot pics of my also new LP Standard:
That is one GAS inducing pic right there!
I suffer from GAS too!
I suspect I can get an associate membership in this fine club.
From left to right:
PR5-E, a "blacked out" LP Junior that has had just about everything except the truss rod and the truss cover replaced, a 1958 Flying V Korina Reissue made circa 2016 and last but not least, a 1962 Sorrento Reissue in Royal Olive made in 2012 that sounds INSANELY good.
I've got a Nighthawk and a Blueshawk.
Not sure if I've posted this pic before
My trusty ES-335 Pro:
Plus my new LP Studio:
...and a G400 I just picked up to surprise my nephew:
My '97 DOT made in Samik, Korea.
According to many pro players and luthiers I should never sell It and I won't!
1998 LP Jr - a limited edition for that year, apparently exclusive to Guitar Center. Needed a fret level and minor nut widening to accommodate heavier strings but no other mods were needed.
2016 SG Special - Awful nut and very hot ceramic pickups. I replaced the nut and swapped out the pickups for GFS goldfoils.
70's FT 130 Caballero - I had one of these when I was a teen and sold it. I found this one in a local thrift store back in December for $25 with the original case. It has a collapsed neck, something common in this model, that I've been trying to correct. This has proven difficult but I still have a few tricks to try.
My Frontier & my Jack Casady bass.
The Frontier is a limited run one from '94. A true 60s one is way out of my price range.
The bass has Jack's signature on the guard. The previous owner got it.
I had a 90s Rivoli for years. Recently sold it to a friend, so there is always a chance I could get it back if I really wanted to.
I’ll join! This is my Traditional PRO Les Paul. The pickups are a Seymour Duncan Jazz in the neck and a Phat Cat P90 in the bridge.
I’ve had this guitar for less than a month, but I’m loving it! It makes a great companion to my Esquire.