73 LPC. The T Tops are tucked away for safekeeping and it currently sports a set of potted Super 70s. Filled Kahler hole and the holes for the lock are still in the hs.
These are awesome. It's nice to see some awesome players. Hopefully I can get a pic of mine later.
Hard Rock - gain on 5 - singing about good times.
Heavy Metal - gain on 10 - screaming about something.
---Gearjoneserhe was trying to convince her to swing.
That's like taking a Ferrari to a mud bog.--Ginormous
My early 90's Hamer Californian.
When I got it, it had a thick red clear coat on it. I could see it had some cool grain underneath so I sanded it down and poly'd it up.
DiMarzio Tone Zone in the bridge
DiMarzio Chopper in the neck
2. Bridge split
3. Bridge and neck
4. Bridge and neck out-of-phase
Soft maple body
27 fret Maple/Rosewood neck
I love everything about this guitar.
When only the Tone Zone was active (had a faulty 3-way):
@ 2:54 - 3:02 you can hear the out-of-phase position:
'87 Les Paul Custom Lite
Severely Modded Yamaha RGX 121
my vinyl record collection | updated 22 April 2013
I would have to say my Amber Gibson Les Paul Classic Plus. However, I really haven't played it a whole lot lately. I pretty much do most of my guitar playing now while watching TV. Most of it is done on my Charvel San Dimas Style 2 2H.
My 1983 Burny. The first MIJ Les Paul I got. Great mid-driven sound. Takes on different pickups well. Plays well. Frets leveled recently.