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most vintage looking Historic top ever ? ....

AA00475Bassman

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Most like siely I've devalued some really nice guitars for my own greedy don't give a F&^k attitude.

Although buy a Murphy doing what I've done will most likely cost my 3rd & present wife some resale money when I'm dead .

Although all this cracking research has me believing Les Paul 's of the Historic nature do not crack .

Mr Murphy must have changed the paint formula to get this reaction to cold , it's not rocket science!
 

JPP-1

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Some natural checking on mine

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El Gringo

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Most like siely I've devalued some really nice guitars for my own greedy don't give a F&^k attitude.

Although buy a Murphy doing what I've done will most likely cost my 3rd & present wife some resale money when I'm dead .

Although all this cracking research has me believing Les Paul 's of the Historic nature do not crack .

Mr Murphy must have changed the paint formula to get this reaction to cold , it's not rocket science!
You just reminded of the early 90's and one nail in the coffin was how she told me I had too many instruments ( and this was when I could count them in one hand ) . There is some strange stuff going on with the ever changing nitro formula for sure .
 
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