Lets all drool over your stuff :)

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BY Darth Sabbathi
#689513
Slowy wrote:
twangnsnarl wrote:Hnnngh that Jazzmaster.

Yeah; I rather like the Jazzmaster too. But as you might imagine, I'm currently like a dog with two dicks in a kennel full of bitches. :rofl:

Sweet jesus that is some kind of awesome toy box. That Jazzmaster... :zomg: This is the guy who doesn't actually play, yeah? Love his taste.
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BY Slowy
#689522
twangnsnarl wrote:The Jazzmaster's a '65 Reissue though rather than a '64, yeah? /pedant

You are of course, quite correct. I have begun soaking a braid of noodles and as soon as they are properly flexible, I will submit to a flogging.
BY Jay
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BY Gringo
#714174
When I still had a good choice of guitars to pick up.

I wonder where these are now.

L-R: 94 PRS Standard 24 (HFS/VB pickups). Les Paul Standard in flamed cherry. 94 PRS Classic 24, would later be refinished by Ash into a flamed cherry.

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BY NippleWrestler
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Here's my third build from some 1950s sapele taken from an RNZN vessel decommissioned in the 70s.

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puriri fingerboard, rewarewa inlays, 5 piece neck from vitex, padauk and narrah. Since this pic was taken I've reshaped the neck (it was fatter than fat) and changed the bridge pup for a USA Tremonti pickup. It rips.
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BY chur
#714186
Gringo wrote:When I still had a good choice of guitars to pick up.

I wonder where these are now.

L-R: 94 PRS Standard 24 (HFS/VB pickups). Les Paul Standard in flamed cherry. 94 PRS Classic 24, would later be refinished by Ash into a flamed cherry.

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I have a Les Paul identical I got from someone on here.. love it despite the back pain after a few hours practice..
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BY AiRdAd
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Great looking guitars!!!
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BY codedog
#717085
Wow... I've often wondered if there's a guitar porn thread on this forum, I think I just found it!
BY Jay
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faceless wrote:and my

1998 R8 Yamano
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Simply Stunning - do you pay a premium for a Yamano? How is it identified as a Yamano?
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BY Dharmajester
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jvpp wrote:Simply Stunning - do you pay a premium for a Yamano? How is it identified as a Yamano?

Yamano were a store in Tokyo (I think they're no longer around ) who imported premium Gibsons in to Japan when their economy was very strong. Thanks to the volume they bought they were able to hand pick their instruments straight off the factory lines and consequently they tend to not only be nice to look at but exceptionally fine to play. They generally come with a Yamano booklet in the case along with the usual Gibson paraphenalia. Definitely the very best of the Custom Shop fare.
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BY dayl
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