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oh hey, now that is wonderful. thank you for sharing!
1996 MIJ jazzmaster; it's got a small gold 50th anniversary sticker on the back of the headstock... it plays great. Anyone know if it would be better to remove the buzz stop? Would I sound more like Sonic Youth? LOL j/k
Here's an MIJ jag I picked up as a project for $200; you don't want to see what's under that pick guard! I have the orig pups w/ it; can anyone ID these 'buckers? They sound great, but this should not have been done to a jaguar. It's got an 'LE' serial number on the back of the headstock (limited edition?) w/ like 6 digits after it. I think its an early/mid 90's... anyone selling a pick guard cheap? LOL
thank you for sharing! it's hard to tell from the pics, but it looks like you've got a 'mary kay' thing going on with that squier (i.e. gold hardware, trans-white finish). what's the story with that LP? i've don't recognize the make/model.
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this one came home with me about a year or so ago as i happened to be in a local music store for strings. it's a somewhat rare 2000 Standard that Gibson did in an assortment of limited colors. it's solid blue with some very subtle, small flakes mixed it to give it this crazy-cool depth without being very "bling". the back is a dark chocolate brown. the board is ebony, which i very much enjoy. very nice sounding and rather heavy (no chambering here). i am not really a blue guitar kind of guy, but this one is stunning (IMO).