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The DC Pro. Newer ones are REAL Les Pauls with 22 frets and with the same girth as the single cuts (the ones from 1998/1999 are chambered and have 24 frets).
I like the 1998 one I have. It plays great. Sounds great. 24 frets==a bit more flexiibility, but missing some tone variation...
This is some really great Les Paul Tone, I think.
And some doubleneck action:
Here's some more HR Fusion at GWorks.
GuitaristWorks is a cool site with lots of players and some cool collaborations going on.
Feel free to join the forum, and add some playing to this track. I played the first minute and 15 seconds with my HR Fusion...
I saw Alex Lifeson play one on the Moving Pictures tour. I loved it.
I got one as soon as i could (got mine in 1982).
Here's a sound clip at GuitaristWorks.com
Kiss My Axe. He put his PRS down long enough to play some cool lines on a Les Paul Standard again (YAY!!!!!).
I always thought Al Di had great LP tone.
Here's the YouTube clip.
I love You Tube.
I have a doubleneck from 1981. It's got the slightly shorter headstock and the inline tuners that come built into a single row (that is, they're not individual).
Can anyone point me to a place where I can get replacement tuners and a 12-string nut?
The doubleneck looks very like Alex...
I got one back in 1982. What a great guitar. I still have it.
Fireburst, black pickguard.
I did a song named "Look Ahead" usign it: (second song down from the top)
Soundclips of a CS-336
I posted this on GuitaristWorks.com.Sort of a companion piece to "336 in the Morning"
I did everything 'cept the bass on my Gibson 336.
Here's a track featuring my Amber-colored Gibson Les Paul Std (got it from Dave's Guitars in Wisconsin earlier this year). I posted it on GuitaristWorks.com
Rhythm guitars are Les Paul Std.
Harmony guitars are Les Paul Std.
I've got a CS-336 (from Centre City Music). They're really great guitars!
Here's a sound clip of the guitar (posted on soundclick.com). Everything is CS-336 except the bass line.
I mixed it a little low volume-wise. Be sure to tip the volume a bit when you play it...