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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Fight and win BIG AL!!!

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Here's some fiddleback for you Big Al. We are all pulling for you. Stay strong....


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    Here's some fiddleback for you Big Al. We are all pulling for you. Stay strong....

    I don't think I've ever seen mahogany like that, wow!!!

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Keep pulling Al!


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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Great pics & guitars guys

    Please post a guitar or ten for Big Al to enjoy when he drops by

    Here's a classic Big Al post on the Norlin era that I 100% agree with --especially since I have experienced the Historic thing now too:

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Al View Post
    Lots of misinformation there. I'll state the obvious then explain.

    This is meant to provoke thought and maybe stir things up alittle.
    My style sounds rough and confrontational, but I don't mean it that way.
    It is my barroom New Yorker argumentive style. I've got strong opinions and I'm not slamin' you Litcrit, as much as sayin' as we do up here, "Are you outta your friggen' mind?" "SUBSTANDARD?" Let me tell you all about it "

    The obvious.
    Norlin Les Pauls are not 50's Les Pauls. Neither are Historics.
    They are not toneless or lifeless. They can break a shoulder.
    They were not made by bean counters, but rather by proud skilled craftspeople who were not demoralized. They are not SUBSTANDARD.

    Now the good stuff.
    Norlins Les Pauls were made as a modern upgrade to the extinct originals(remember they BOMBED!). Thinking at that time was that heavy dense wood makes for better tone. This is true in many respects. Here are the truths.

    A three piece neck is stiffer and more stable than a one piece. It has allways been a quality feature on Gibsons, and the BEST made guitars have allways featured them. Budget guitars got the one piece mahogany neck. Stiffer stable necks sound better. One piece mahogany necks are desireable on Les Paul reissues because it is a vintage spec. A one piece neck does not sound better than a laminate neck. I have compared many, done tests with great players with good ears and none of us could hear a difference that could be attributed to the neck. A soft neck or an instable one is easy to hear and pick out, it sounds like shit and is usually a one piece neck with a thin profile, though I recently played a freinds R9 with a soft fat neck that was a turd.

    I want to meet the man who can hear the difference between a stiff stable onepiece neck and a three piece neck, 'cause he would be God.

    Headstock pitch, shape and volute do seem to affect the tone and Norlin Les Pauls had them all. They also had small pegheads increased pitch and no volute. Each sounds different but none is better. Clearly if you want an authentic 50's tone, the 50's style tapered small voluteless steep pitched headstock will get you there. But I have heard wonderful tones from the Norlin design and though not as correct from a vintage point, they none the less produce a good tone that differs somewhat from vintage specs.

    Things like Three Piece Maple or Mahogany Necks were unpopular with vintage "Why can't they make them like the 50's" fanantics, much like the ones you see here (I'm one too). Most people had no problem with them then and I still don't. They are well made functional necks that play and sound fine.

    This is the main point of contention. They are not made like 50's. Most of the complaints are by people who value 50's burst above all else, and can see no other type. Anything that deviates from a 59 is caa caa. I've seen people foamin' at the mouth over the hue of the red in the burst, a multi piece neck can give such a person a stroke!

    Lets talk bodies.

    One piece bodies do not sound different than laminate ones. If they did you would HEAR the difference between 1974 sandwich bodies and 1975 one piece bodies. I've heard hundreds yet I've never spotted that thing that would define them tonewise by body construction. If you can you are a way better man than me.

    I do prefer a onepiece body for it's look and obvious value, but I have owned many and still have a sandwich one because it sounds so freakin' good. Though I do not mind three piece necks in all honesty I would rather have a one piece body. Not for sonic but rather asthetic reasons.

    Three piece maple is not as pretty, and I much prefer a two piece top, but I can't hear the difference. It is all about the look and I would say a three piece top has less visual quality than a centerseamed top. Again it is asthetics. Remember too that all those tonaly superiour 50's Goldtops had multi piece tops! So you can't argue about laminations. Firebirds have 7!!!

    Resonance. Lets talk about resonance. Every Les Paul I have heard with a loud overly resonant acoustic tone sounded like a rubber guitar through an amp covered with a blanket. All that string energy that is vibrating the wood to create that acoustic tone is gone, sucked away by the wood and the pickup never sees it so your amp never reproduces it. Clashing out of phase frequencies further wool up the tone. You want toneless and lifeless? Don't look at the heavy stiff guitar.

    Toneless and lifeless blanket statements are dead wrong in respect to these guitars. In fact a very good argument can be made that the reverse is true. Most heavy stiff guitars are louder, brighter and have a tighter bass. They have a huge sustaining tone. They lack some of the airy woody midrange of a vintage Paul but they ring with a loud clear voice with medium output alnicoV loaded Humbuckers and pure nickle strings. I have never, ever heard a dull, lifeless, toneless Les Paul from this era that was in good shape and stock condition. Things like hot ceramic overwound Humbuckers and stainless or plated stainless strings do not help them.

    They were beautifuly made.
    Binding, finish and woodwork is excellent on these guitars. They were made as well as ever, then. Nothing in the 70's was even close.

    There are other distinctions too. Norlins came in many flavors.
    First types were Sandwich bodied, 3 piece Mahogany Neck then 3 piece Maple Neck ones. Many sound awesome. These were only made for about 4 years.

    Next came the one piece bodied 3 piece neck ones. Still lots of good sounding ones. Both had a preponderence of 3 piece tops but 2 piece tops aren't that rare. These were made until 82 or so.

    In 80 they had both one piece, and my favorite Three piece, Vintage style necks, with small headstocks, no volutes and 17 degree headstock pitch. Bookmatched Flame tops made a reappearence then too.

    By 83 Norlin Les Pauls had one piece bodies, one piece mahogany necks, deep dish carve and vintage style small headstock without volute and bookmatch tops were more common. By the end in 87 they were allmost allways bookmatched.

    That is just Standards. Norlin had some cool models and good ideas. Some of which I'd like to see again. They were well made and in general sound good. They are not 50's replica's. We have Historics for that. They are excellent Les Pauls. They are not the holy grail, nor are they the best ever made. They may not even be collectable, (I think they are and look to Mike Slub for inspiration), or fetish instruments but, they made some stellar music that is still emulated today. I'd say take a good honest look and listen to one with an open mind, you might rediscover something besides substandard. As far as any modern guitar killing a Deluxe dead... bullshit! That is one ignorent statement. As for Gibson's modern day propaganda, are you that gullable? They are trying to sell you on new product. HYPERBOLE. With a list price better than 3K, and soon to go up they better be good. I'm excited about the new Standard and think it is a good thing. Can't wait to try one out.

    But I do not look to Gibson for truth. Truth is on the stage and in the studio and rings in my ears and lays in my hands. Listen to my cut on the first Forum CD for a Norlin Les Paul in action, that's the truth, and it ain't substandard.
    http://www.lespaulforum.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=14433

    Having owned Historics and Norlins, I really don't find the Norlins lesser guitars except in the flame dept... Of course I love the CS quality of my Historics but the Norlins are killer rock machines too... Here's an old pic of some early 70's guitars...

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    Cool shot Cliff... Your guitar is obviously 'The Chosen One'

    Thanks for posting it


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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    A Big Al sticky!!

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Some vintage porno for the good Big Al



    436 years all together in this picture. what a geriatric...

    Keep on rockin'!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by moonweasel View Post
    Rufes,

    Love the Jazz Bass! Mid-60's? Is that when they had block inlays/binding?
    Very correct.

    Bought it from the original owner. He used to play it nearly every night for 40 years
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    I don't have a lot of guitar porn to offer. I don't pretend to know the breadth of Big Al's legacy here. I see a man with a passion for life and a passion for the instrument. And that man cannot be all bad. The journey will never end, Al. Just another signpost along the way.

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Great guitar porn guys

    Please post a guitar(s)

    Here are a few shred weapons with a couple friends just to keep it all legit
    BTW The Ibanez in the middle is my #1 axe



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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Black58 View Post
    A Big Al sticky!!
    Yes... But Black58 and the word sticky... That's whole 'nother story


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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Sausage View Post
    I don't have a lot of guitar porn to offer. I don't pretend to know the breadth of Big Al's legacy here. I see a man with a passion for life and a passion for the instrument. And that man cannot be all bad. The journey will never end, Al. Just another signpost along the way.

    No worries... Thanks for posting a great pic. Yeah, Big Al's pretty cool
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    Thank you all. It really helps. I check in on my Playstation. Wish I could play my guitars.
    The older I get, the better I was.

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    I'm sorry to hear you can't play, that would drive me crazy too... Hang in there. On a different note, I am enjoying your posts in the Historic District... Good stuff. I'm glad to see you haven't lost your touch


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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Quote Originally Posted by shred View Post
    I'm sorry to hear you can't play, that would drive me crazy too... Hang in there. On a different note, I am enjoying your posts in the Historic District... Good stuff. I'm glad to see you haven't lost your touch
    +1

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Hi Al,

    Sincere best wishes from England. I'll never forget that telephone chat we had several years ago. Wonderful!

    Here's a couple from my lefty stable.
    2009 '08 Standard:


    2009 '57 VOS Junior:
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    I don't think this should be a sticky. It should be what it is. Sharing joy about a shared love of Lesters and some moral support from good pals and fellow enthusiasts. Please make it just a thread again, and truly I thank you all.
    The older I get, the better I was.

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Big Al,

    I always enjoy reading your threads. Wishing you all the very best mate, I look fwd to reading many more of your threads in the future

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    Hey Al,

    Here's my "family portrait" of everything I have. The bass is really sweet, all black walnut, maybe 100 made over a couple years.


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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Al View Post
    I don't think this should be a sticky. It should be what it is. Sharing joy about a shared love of Lesters and some moral support from good pals and fellow enthusiasts. Please make it just a thread again, and truly I thank you all.
    IMHO I respectfully disagree - this thread deserves sticky status again. You're not just "another" member of this Forum. But the mods are following your wishes.
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    All the best to you, Big Al! This is my '69 Conversion. I bought her in Dallas in 1992 and her name is Sue-Ellen.

    Hello Wisconsin!

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    I am rooting for you Big Al. If anybody can beat this it's you.

    I am at work and all the photo posting sites are blocked by our firewall so I can't share. But my LP Custom and LP Special send their best get wells to ya. I will hook one of 'em up to my '60 Fender Concert-Amp and let it sing ya a song tonight.

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeSlub View Post
    IMHO I respectfully disagree - this thread deserves sticky status again. You're not just "another" member of this Forum. But the mods are following your wishes.
    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Al View Post
    I don't think this should be a sticky. It should be what it is. Sharing joy about a shared love of Lesters and some moral support from good pals and fellow enthusiasts. Please make it just a thread again, and truly I thank you all.
    Hey Big Al, I know you're uncomfortable with receiving anything that smacks of 'special treatment' or 'status' on the forum, but try not to think of it so much as a reflection of your 'status' so much as a reflection of your impact. Your LPF pals just want to send their thoughts, prayers and good wishes to a great LPF contributor who helps lend this forum a sense of community.
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Thank you moderators. If I am high profile it's because I'm a loud mouth with strong opinions, no tact and have been able to make some of you laugh with my humor. I prefer this way more than a sticky, so please let it be. I'm sad and in a strange funk today, and I am very much regretful of my actions, or more correctly my lack of action, since my original surgery to remove my kidney. I have hidden myself away from freinds and family because of simple vanity and ego. I have stayed home and kept to myself, except for going out to see Joey B "Hey where's yer Vee?" Bonamassa. I was and am ashamed to have this illness(cancer), and I feel so diminished and less a man than I was. Pity the cocky bastard when he can't be cocky no more. I don't and didn't want to see anyone as I have beome bloated and heavy and aged from this. I wanted to be remembered as I was. So I hid away and let freindships lapse because of self pity. So stupid. So here is what I would ask. Jam with a pal and just enjoy.
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Yep Al..........but hey big guy we ALL want to hide away from time to time....nothing new about that.......but we all shine too.......and that's something that you do really well........like showing us the way........keep it up

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    Al, I'm sure your friends love you and want to be a part of your life. There's no need to be ashamed. It's just a bad hand you've been dealt, and there's no shame in that. All these postings attest to how you've touched people on this forum. Reach out to your loved ones and find strength and peace in love.
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    Hey Big Al I warmed to you way back. I like the no Bull attitude you project. Thoughts are with you, you can beat this this!

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    Hang in there Al. We are all pulling for you!


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    Best wish's Big Al.Your a fountain of knowledge.It's a pleasure getting some sense caned in to me by you.
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    Al,

    Just glad your back on the forum after your hiatus. Really enjoy it.

    Do you feel up to a good rant today? Lay it on us, you pick the guitar topic.

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    Fvck vanity! Get out and do it while you can my friends.
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    I can't go out and play now. The cancer has eaten away so much bone in my left humerus that the bone may break from simple usage not to mention the rather nagging problem of the constant pain I am in. Makes for a cranky Big Al. That is why I'm bummed out. I could have before now it may never happen. My own damn fault. That is why I want you guys to get with some buds, hang, play now and just enjoy it. Think of me when you do. I most likley am facing surgery on my arm and after the tumor is removed they will drill down though my shoulder and insert a titanium rod to stengthen my bone. Honestly I am scared and dreading the whole deal. Still I'll have my own truss rod CONDOM FREE!!! I'm having my own Historic Makeover!!! I love you goys and it is hard to convey how much your good will has bouyed my spirits!
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Al View Post
    I can't go out and play now. The cancer has eaten away so much bone in my left humerus that the bone may break from simple usage not to mention the rather nagging problem of the constant pain I am in. Makes for a cranky Big Al. That is why I'm bummed out. I could have before now it may never happen. My own damn fault. That is why I want you guys to get with some buds, hang, play now and just enjoy it. Think of me when you do. I most likley am facing surgery on my arm and after the tumor is removed they will drill down though my shoulder and insert a titanium rod to stengthen my bone. Honestly I am scared and dreading the whole deal. Still I'll have my own truss rod CONDOM FREE!!! I'm having my own Historic Makeover!!! I love you goys and it is hard to convey how much your good will has bouyed my spirits!
    Hang in there Big Al... At least you'll know for sure if the truss rod in your arm makes you more resonant and gives you better tone

    Thanks for reminding us not to take playing for granted... I'll play a couple licks with you in mind tonight

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