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  • i do love me some goldtop. what year is that classic? how do you like the ceramic pickups?


    2006; non-chambered. I love them, but most people swap 'em out. It's true, they only have one sound (rock), but boy, what a sound they have...
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    <div class="message">There is something about a gold top.</div>

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    </div> <font color="Teal"><font size="1">The Bassmen - Proud Fender Bassman Players</font></font><br />
    <font size="1">My old band: <a href="http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/dragstripriot" target="_blank">http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/dragstripriot</a></font><br />
    <font size="1">Gibson Les Paul junior/'67 Fender Bassman/Marshall JCM800 cab<br />
    '91 MIJ fender p bass/'68 Kustom K100/2 15&quot; Marshall JCM800 bass cabs</font></div>

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    • some pictures of my 1964 Gibson Melody Maker that i took this morning.











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      <div class="message">There is something about a gold top.</div>

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      </div> <font color="Teal"><font size="1">The Bassmen - Proud Fender Bassman Players</font></font><br />
      <font size="1">My old band: <a href="http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/dragstripriot" target="_blank">http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/dragstripriot</a></font><br />
      <font size="1">Gibson Les Paul junior/'67 Fender Bassman/Marshall JCM800 cab<br />
      '91 MIJ fender p bass/'68 Kustom K100/2 15&quot; Marshall JCM800 bass cabs</font></div>

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      • 2006; non-chambered. I love them, but most people swap 'em out. It's true, they only have one sound (rock), but boy, what a sound they have...


        that sounds like a nice one. i have no issues with one-trick ponies, as long as that one trick is bringing the rock.
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        • 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.


          Mary kay??? The tuners (Gotoh), tremnut + StewMac vintage tremolo were stuff I had laying around. Thought they'd do good in the Strat. Stock tuners are really lousy; it's a Bullet Strat. The newer bridge gives better sustain+ wider string spread. And is overall way better.

          The Les Paul is a J&D (Jack and Danny Brothers, a Taiwanese company) LC3 with new pickups (Tonerider Rocksong) ,electronics, copper-foil shielding, Tusq nut. None of the cavities were shielded, so it was a noise generator. Now it's dead quiet and sounds sooo much better than the Epi LP Standard. I used to own a few of those so I'm fairly confident in making that statement.
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          • this is a 2004 Les Paul Standard Limited Edition in a finish they called "santa fe sunset". as attractive as it was, i did not like this guitar. there was something about it that made it feel very "plastic-y" and it felt very cheap overall (i know i'm not really explaining this well, but it's the best i can do). i ended up selling it to a guy who still raves about it to this day. to each, his own...











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            • lovely bunch
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              Guitars: PRS, Gibson, Dean, Breedlove<br />
              Amps: Mesa/Boogie, Marshall</div>

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              • photobucket is not workin for me today

                My 3
                <div class="signaturecontainer">GUITARS<br />
                1991 Telecaster Plus with Tremelo (Modified)<br />
                1988 Gibson Showcase Edition Les Paul BLK/SILV<br />
                2007 Sunburst Flame Top Gibson Les Paul Standard<br />
                2012 Fender FSR Blacktop Ash Telecaster Sunset Orange/Gold <br />
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                AMPS<br />
                Orange TH30, Marshall DSL40C <br />
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                Effects<br />
                Fulltone CF-1, Moollon Apuarius(Delay), Carl Martin PlexiTone 2, Carl Martin AC-Tone 2, Dunlop chrome Wah, <br />
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                Cabinet<br />
                Marshall JCM 1960B 4x12</div>

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                • lovely bunch


                  i'm guessing you mean all the guitars posted, so i'll say thank you for any of mine that you are enjoying!
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                    My 3


                    i like all three of your guitars~ you're a lucky guy to have such nice instruments.
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                    • pictures of a 2005 Gretsch Jet Firebird that i bought and later traded (for a strat that i later sold for good money, IMO). a very nice guitar, indeed. my humble opinion is that the newer gretsches exceed the quality, playability and tone of the vintage US versions.















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                      • (L)Guitar Fetish Strat body reshaped and attached to neck and parts from a Squier Jagmaster (R) Les Paul Studio with replaced pickguard and knobs
                        <div class="signaturecontainer">&quot;In a time of universal deceit - telling the truth is a revolutionary act.&quot;- George Orwell<br />
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                        • Nice gretsch, what do you think of the 90's pre-fender ones? you have/had a gold one of some sort right?

                          I've got a '96 silver jet with filtertrons - pretty nice.

                          Also, I know you asked for a group picture, but since my #1 LP is still being refinished, here are the other LPs. The #1 is going to look no different from this black one anyway



                          '99 LP DC standard lite, '90 standard, '10 junior, '99 standard, '04 R9, '88 standard, '99 DC standard lite

                          The two DCs are actually a bit different from each other. one has a thinner body, and sounds a bit different. You can also tell I like the late 80's/early 90's standards. the one being refinished is an '89. (although that's been heavily modified)

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                          • Nice gretsch, what do you think of the 90's pre-fender ones? you have/had a gold one of some sort right?

                            I've got a '96 silver jet with filtertrons - pretty nice.


                            i had a '95 Gold Sparkle Jet for a while. it was a nice guitar, for sure. if cornered, i would have to say i think Fender was the best thing that ever happened to Gretsch and those post-Fender examples are the finest around. hands down. even over the vintage US Gretsches. that said, again i would never turn down a MIJ pre-fender Gretsch either.


                            Also, I know you asked for a group picture, but since my #1 LP is still being refinished, here are the other LPs. The #1 is going to look no different from this black one anyway



                            '99 LP DC standard lite, '90 standard, '10 junior, '99 standard, '04 R9, '88 standard, '99 DC standard lite

                            The two DCs are actually a bit different from each other. one has a thinner body, and sounds a bit different. You can also tell I like the late 80's/early 90's standards. the one being refinished is an '89. (although that's been heavily modified)


                            awesome collection of LPs you have there! that's not everything though, right? you mentioned a Gretsch silverjet. what else do you have in the "family"? you and i have somewhat similar tastes in Gibsons, i think. i also very much enjoy the mid 80s through the 90s for Les Pauls. heck, even the early to mid 2000s produced some killer examples.
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                            • (L)Guitar Fetish Strat body reshaped and attached to neck and parts from a Squier Jagmaster (R) Les Paul Studio with replaced pickguard and knobs


                              that reshaped guitar is pretty trippy, indeed. what was the rationale behind the reshaping?
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                              • Here are my main two 1980 lp custom and 1998 fender 57 ri strat


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                                Deluxe Voodoo modded dual recto<br />
                                mesa standard straight 4x12<br />
                                Marshall 1960 classic<br />
                                gibson les paul custom(surreal td's)<br />
                                57 av ri strat (SD lil59, suhr v60's)<br />
                                Robertson acoustic<br />
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