Picked up a couple today

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Slick SL-50 and a Michael Kelly 1953. The Slick is astounding.

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I set up one of those slick wraptails, but it was the one that looked like a JR. The only real problem I had with it was that there was no neck angle and the wraptail was sunk in a route and you had to actually take the bridge up to get the strings off and on and then you had to redo the action. As I recall I shimmed the neck enough so you could at least get to the string holes. I like that finish. That guitar makes you want to bash on it a bit doesn't it, very cool.
 

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I like that finish. That guitar makes you want to bash on it a bit doesn't it, very cool.
I've only had a few minutes with it at this point through headphones. The pickups sound great dirty but I need for my wife to be out of the house first.
 

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Played the Slick for about an hour today. Truly impressed with it. I'm going to buy a couple more I think, a Strat and maybe an LP type.
 
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