Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

My Les Paul style gits

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • My Les Paul style gits

    Well, I was in a picture taking mood and the girls needed a tan, so I hauled them out to get some sun:






  • #2
    that red thing is gorgeous, what is it?

    Comment


    • #3
      '57 reissue, Collings 360, Hamer Talladega, Trussart Steel Deville and '58 reissue

      Comment


      • #4
        I also desire that '58 reissue, big time

        Comment


        • #5
          I see you like your humbuckers ... anything special in there? What's in the Gibson uncovered PAF's ? Do both Gibsons have bound frets (hard to tell on the goldtop)?
          Last edited by AllroyPA; 04-18-2010, 03:35 PM.
          Customize your profile header http://forum.leftyguitartrader.com/p...do=editprofile

          Comment


          • #6
            Originally posted by AllroyPA View Post
            I see you like your humbuckers ... anything special in there? What's in the Gibson uncovered PAF's ? Do both Gibsons have bound frets (hard to tell on the goldtop)?
            Oh, I like my single coils too

            The uncovered pickups in the 58 are the Suhr Aldrich model. Great sound! They've got SERIOUS gain.

            The 57 is really my pride and joy though, the first really great guitar I got. I literally spent 2 full days at southpaw picking it out. I went in there set on getting a PRS and just kept coming back to the goldtop for its sound. The 57 has the stock pickups, before the days of burstbuckers. I was thinking of seeing how a WB or WCR might sound in there. I'll swap them sometime just to see how they sound. Yes, the binding covers the fret ends of both guitars.

            The 360 has Lollar mini humbuckers. This is an aweome sounding guitar! Very crisp and clear sounding, with lots of bite. This guitar has no shortage of treble. Its really quite different from my LP's. The body is thinner and feels like it weighs about half of the LP's. I suppose its more like an SG in that respect. It could end up being my go-to guitar.

            The Talladega has Seymour duncans and area kind of P90 type pickups designed specially for the Talladega. The Trussart has Arcane pickups, which are the stock Trussart pickups.

            Any more questions?

            Comment


            • #7
              Originally posted by bzean123 View Post
              Any more questions?
              Nope that's it. It's like when you see a well dressed lady you'd like to know what bra and panties she's got underneath ...
              Customize your profile header http://forum.leftyguitartrader.com/p...do=editprofile

              Comment


              • #8
                With those Blind shots....you'll be able to see their tan lines!!!!

                Try the veal, I'll be here all week...




                Nice looking harem you have there. Love the GoldTop.

                Comment


                • #9
                  wow look at that...looks like a garden of pretty flowers
                  Resident Charvel/Jackson Freak

                  http://youtube.com/amimbari

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    That 360 is awesome looking. Not too many knock off LP's take my attention when standing next to a Gibby but this one has me mesmerized.
                    http://soundcloud.com/djxer0

                    Comment


                    • #11
                      gold top, quilt top, flame top, natural top, burst top..what could be better?
                      Resident Charvel/Jackson Freak

                      http://youtube.com/amimbari

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        Originally posted by amimbari View Post
                        gold top, quilt top, flame top, natural top, burst top..what could be better?
                        Don't forget the metal top. That could be the coolest one of all! The first lefty copper dragon ever made.



                        Comment


                        • #13
                          Since copper naturally holds a small electrical charge , I guess that this could truly be called an electric guitar .

                          Comment


                          • #14
                            Originally posted by otterhound View Post
                            Since copper naturally holds a small electrical charge , I guess that this could truly be called an electric guitar .
                            You're right, and like electricity there's both positive and negative charges:

                            Positive: I get a charge out of playing it.

                            Negative: I got charged a whole lot to buy it.

                            Comment

                            Working...
                            X