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Tom Wittrock

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Modified Les Paul Junior from 1961.
What better way to get a premium price that omit the modifications and claim "prototype". :rolleyes
 

ghammusic

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Well, it is CME after all. Aren't they the ultimate shelter for 3-legged dogs and mutts?
 

1955Junior

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Says it was originally listed 4 years ago! Better jump on this one quick - it won't last long:##
 

chasenblues

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Trem alignment off just a bit?


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Tom Wittrock

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I just realized the section that holds/supports the string ends is held in place on the bracket by string tension..
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It should slide easily if the string tension is lowered.
But, it does look like the added trem is not aligned properly. :ganz
 

tooold

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Sure am glad they let us know the 19th fret inlay was replaced... :hmm

It's only been on sale for four years! Act now! :laugh2:

Hey, 2,000 posts! :salude
 
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