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  1. #561

    Re: Paul McCartney's Touring '60

    Quote Originally Posted by jb_abides View Post
    The 4 known lefty bursts:
    - Stroup - my favorite!
    - McCartney
    - McEnroe
    - Florida

    https://www.burst-videobase.com/the-four-lefties

    thanks, jb_abides, thought there was more

    Oh maaaaaaaaaaaaaaannnn

    https://www.guitarworld.com/news/rar...ritage-auction

    lucky girl here..

    reference (Gruhn's or Carls?)
    https://www.lespaulforum.com/forum/s...uld-you-choose
    0-1182



    It has faded quite a bit since the 80's...
    Last edited by oceantoad; 08-14-19 at 02:02 PM.

  2. #562

    Re: Paul McCartney's Touring '60

    Tom, sidebar, you passed on this one ( she's holding ) ?


    Anyone..
    Have you heard of Buffalo (lefty #5?) Burst, & any pics of it around?

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    Re: Paul McCartney's Touring '60

    Quote Originally Posted by oceantoad View Post
    Tom, sidebar, you passed on this one ( she's holding ) ?

    No, I bought it. The photo is one of mine [that I commissioned].


    There are many rumors of more. I saw a "hulk" once, but never heard if it was verified.
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  4. #564

    Re: Paul McCartney's Touring '60

    What model is Paul's reissue? R9? R0?

  5. #565

    Re: Paul McCartney's Touring '60

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Wittrock View Post
    No, I bought it. The photo is one of mine [that I commissioned].


    There are many rumors of more. I saw a "hulk" once, but never heard if it was verified.
    What is a Hulk?

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    Re: Paul McCartney's Touring '60

    Quote Originally Posted by jalevinemd View Post
    What is a Hulk?
    Usually a guitar with no parts, although I think it should also me no finish.
    In this case, virtually all readily identifiable details, like headstock overlay with inlay, and the fingerboard was missing. Old refin stripped. Very easily could have been a replica.
    But if it was, it was an old replica hulk.
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  7. #567

    Re: Paul McCartney's Touring '60

    Quote Originally Posted by Axelorox View Post
    What model is Paul's reissue? R9? R0?
    I believe the Rosie Brooks painted "Crowd Goes Wild" aka 'People Paul' is an R0.

    He is sometimes pictured with another Historic, appearing to be an R9... don't know if they've been definitively identified.

    Of course, he has his vintage '60 and Goldtop to play...

  8. #568

    Re: Paul McCartney's Touring '60

    "Full Frontal" '60 with detail of strap... (I really like his strap).


  9. #569

    Re: Paul McCartney's Touring '60

    Quick question.. what straplocks do you guys use for your LP, & which type are these (Dunlop )? thanks.

  10. #570

    Re: Paul McCartney's Touring '60

    Quote Originally Posted by jb_abides View Post
    "Full Frontal" '60 with detail of strap... (I really like his strap).

    pre-strap locks ...

  11. #571

    Re: Paul McCartney's Touring '60

    Quote Originally Posted by oceantoad View Post
    Quick question.. what straplocks do you guys use for your LP, & which type are these (Dunlop )? thanks.
    Grolsch gaskets, strictly.


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    Re: Paul McCartney's Touring '60

    Quote Originally Posted by oceantoad View Post
    Quick question.. what straplocks do you guys use for your LP, & which type are these (Dunlop )? thanks.
    Quote Originally Posted by jb_abides View Post
    Grolsch gaskets, strictly.

    These are perfect and I along with many, many others use them, even on Bursts.
    But you don't need to buy the beer to get them. In fact, I hear Grolsch doesn't use the old style rubber washers.
    They can be had very cheap. I sell them at the Texas guitar shows … 4 for $1.
    Email me if you [or Sir Paul and the band] want some.
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    Re: Paul McCartney's Touring '60

    paul3_1.jpg

    Obviously not his 1960 burst - but thought I'd share anyway.

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    Re: Paul McCartney's Touring '60

    Quote Originally Posted by BIG Dave View Post
    OMG! Get at least one hand on her! If she ever went crashing to the ground...
    The man is worth 1.5 Billion am sure he can get all the original 1960 Les Paul that Gibson made that year hello!
    Old WOOD Is Good WOOD !!!

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    Re: Paul McCartney's Touring '60

    Quote Originally Posted by Trans-Am View Post
    The man is worth 1.5 Billion am sure he can get all the original 1960 Les Paul that Gibson made that year hello!
    Sure, why not!?

    He's got two to choose from.
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