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Krusty the Clown

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A Real Clown Burst.

Welcome to 1978. This is Krusty. All original and working that clown burst look

Really nice birdseye in the top, chrome hardware, reflector knobs, tulip tubers. Not a scratch on her. And she sounds awesome. Playing her through my ‘67 JTM 45. Welcome to the sound of my childhood!
 

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SpencerD

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Very Nice!

I have a clown burst also,it started it's life as a 1980 Deluxe. Almost everything has been modded to my own specs but not the paintjob! 🤘
 

Brent13

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Oct 14, 2005
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A Real Clown Burst.

Welcome to 1978. This is Krusty. All original and working that clown burst look

Really nice birdseye in the top, chrome hardware, reflector knobs, tulip tubers. Not a scratch on her. And she sounds awesome. Playing her through my ‘67 JTM 45. Welcome to the sound of my childhood!
Get down with the clown!
 

charliechitlins

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Mine started life as a Deluxe in '71.
I played it just to be polite to the seller and couldn't put it down.
Dead on '58/'59 neck. 20211117_154937~2.jpg
 
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El Gringo

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Congrats on a fine Norlin era Les Paul . Bravo , now rock out and enjoy and play in good health !!!!!
 
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