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and 5,000 posts - a suitable time to take a break from all the good folks at the LPF. I absolutely love this forum, but I decided to devote more time to guitar playing with the goal to learn a new thing every day. So it's back to lurking mode.
I've been a guitar nut since the late seventies...
The Quiet One's guitar collection - this is pretty cool:
The last piece of Apple gear I used was 20 years ago - maybe somebody can let me know if George's elusive 345 is on that app.....I always wondered what happened to that guitar. :peace2
Maybe a hoax - fire away guys:
Here's the real thing
With a pickguard in 1979 -looks like a brass nut:
1979, with Schallers
I need some advice guys. The nice TM conversion on Ebay got me thinking - many of us see a humbuckered fifties Les Paul as the ultimate guitar. For those who can’t or don’t want to pay the price of an original one, a conversion is an interesting alternative.
But what’s the best way to do this...
'Brust' is breast in German. A sunbreast guitar - I like how that sounds.
Steep price for a hacked guitar though - and that trc is the 1965 style....hm.
I'm looking at a really clean sixties SG Custom. What puzzles me is that the gold on the vibrola is super shiny without any pitting, not rubbed off or faded anywhere - it just looks totally new from all sides. The gold on the pickup covers is also still very much there BTW.
But the original...
I have a line on a late 70s Marshall 2150, also known as the "rock & roll baby". Small, 100W with one 12" Celestion Powercell speaker. Apparently the only Marshall ever with a factory installed PPIMV master volume.
Rave reviews on HC (9.9 average for sound from 19 posters) but those often...
A very vague polaroid picture from 1981. I was at the home of a collector in the Rotterdam area, where he took this photo.
He said the burst was a '58. I recall the very dark red shade around the pup selector and cutaway. Very mild flame, with a typical figure above the bridge pickup. Anybody...