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Noodling Guitars

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Hopefully these pics will post here rather than provide a link for people to view. Sadly too many of them were evidently too big to post. I couldn’t post pics of my ‘59 Epi/Gibson Custom Shop LP Standard Outfit, and a few others. I snuck in a PRS SE Standard 24 because it would fit the format rules. I look forward to hearing from you all.

The Epi Les Paul Nuclear Extreme Crackle Purple is a minority within a minority. It was made in Unsung, S. Korea before they moved manufacturing to China so there was not a lot of them made in Unsung. Secondly, the Purple Crackle wasn’t produced in the same numbers as the others making it a rather unique guitar. It is 21 years old and there isn’t a scratch or a ding on it. Looks the same as it came off the line.

The Epi LP Special I with P90’s and a worn black finish is pretty sweet, light, easy to play, has that wonderful P90 tone. Love it. That’s it for now. Hope to make some new friends on here.

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Oh I remember those crackle finished ones. I really wanted one back in the day but couldn't afford it and ended up getting a bolt-on SG model from that lineup as my main gigging guitar. That's a pretty neat collection you got
 

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Got my hand on another SG Junior
This one has the SG truss rod cover unlike the one I had with the Gibson cover.

Made another batwing pg for it. Added Wilkinson bridge, Wilkinson stacked p90 and some black Wilkinson tuners

Hope you like it

 

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Weird I didn't realize that I never posted this one when I got it
 

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Well it only ever had one. But I like the p90 better than the stock humbucker that came in it.
OOhh I didn't realize that the G-310 Junior was different than the G-310. Thought you took a G-310 and used the pickguard to cover the neck humbucker route. Still really cool.
 


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