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Anyone played #81092?

Les45

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Yes...I pulled the trigger on this one a few weeks ago. Someone posted a pic on one of the threads, and immediately it struck me as a realistic looking '58 with a mild flame....almost a plain top from some angles. It is a sweet sounding guitar, and I love the way she looks.
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Pull for Boost

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The ONLY reason I DIDN'T was that the pic looked a little "milky". I figured it was probably the way the light was reflecting. Do you have better pics?
 

Les45

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I haven't taken any, because I have such a hard time trying to figure out digital imaging, reducing to a displayable size, and posting into a thread. But if I get time this week, I'll try and take a few pics and see if I can figure out how to post them here.
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