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87' prehistoric with a pretty cool, but unusual top?

ThomasGoldfield

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Hi Guys. Found this gem a couple of months ago. I has the original pickups and it plays and sound really well. Although it probably isn't a historic "correct" top I think it is very nice and unusual. What do you think?
 

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mjross

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Hi Guys. Found this gem a couple of months ago. I has the original pickups and it plays and sound really well. Although it probably isn't a historic "correct" top I think it is very nice and unusual. What do you think?
I’m diggin it, congrats!
 

corpse

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In fact it’s my avatar- an 86 and an 89 PH. That’s a perfect weight.
 

MikeSlub

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Great top on that geetar! Much nicer than my 1987...

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Hamerfan

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These kind of top were first seen on the Heritage Elite Serie guitars starting 1980.
 
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