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Photos from Philadelphia (and my cool purchase :P)

Jethro Rocker

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Wow what a fantsastic collection of goodies!
How much was the 60 burst?
Some very interesting pieces.
 

Norton

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Jun 18, 2019
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Love the whole collection and especially the EB2 - it'll sound great through SB12 in the background. There a quite a few variations of the pickguard but it looks like your on the hunt for one that goes with the center mounted handrest (based on the location of it's mounting holes). It commonly get's mis-identified as an EB-2D pickguard because of the lower notch and there is one on Ebay at the moment listed that way. Just search for "1960s Gibson EB-2D Pick Guard" and it should come up...that said IMO though they're asking about 3X too much for it, just depends on how deep your pockets are I guess. If you go digging just make sure you find one with the notch like the photo below and it should be correct. If you decide you want to make your own I'm happy to provide a tracing.

 
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