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Thread: Odd LSLP

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    Les Paul Forum Member guitplayer's Avatar
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    Re: Odd LSLP

    Thanks T.
    To me thats fun stuff.
    I like how the guitar stayed in tune throughout the ma lay.

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    Re: Odd LSLP

    I might just leave the GT as is for now.
    No rush decision.
    More of same. Been working on the Faces song (Losing You)as you might can tell
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5scvTXTBsBE
    Last edited by guitplayer; 08-24-15 at 08:30 AM.

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    Re: Odd LSLP

    Quote Originally Posted by guitplayer View Post
    I might just leave the GT as is for now.
    No rush decision.
    More of same. Been working on the Faces song (Losing You)as you might can tell
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5scvTXTBsBE
    I need one of these guitars.

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    Re: Odd LSLP

    Wow, what a great tone and playing too. Sounds like great 50s originals. Which amp was used?
    My diagnosis is: Hiwatt and Norlinphilia


    1973 Gibson Les Paul Custom
    1972 Hiwatt DR103, 1972 Hiwatt SE4122

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    Re: Odd LSLP


    I`m playing thru a G-Dec 30. Country version.

    Good practice amp. I replaced stock speaker with a 8 in celestion and
    added a ext. out for a 112. Will get loud enough to cover drums, etc...barely.
    Has an SD card for learning parts . Slows down w/o
    changing pitch. Lotsa sounds. Remote swt.

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    Re: Odd LSLP

    Quote Originally Posted by Progrocker111 View Post
    In mid to late 1971.
    I think they used a veneer overlay made from holly till about later '70 or so before converting over to the plastic overlay.

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    Re: Odd LSLP

    Quote Originally Posted by lhric View Post
    I think they used a veneer overlay made from holly till about later '70 or so before converting over to the plastic overlay.
    They converted to plastic overlay in mid to late 1971. All early 71 i ever had or saw still had wood veneer.
    My diagnosis is: Hiwatt and Norlinphilia


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    1972 Hiwatt DR103, 1972 Hiwatt SE4122

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    Re: Odd LSLP

    Quote Originally Posted by moonweasel View Post
    As requested. A 537xxx Goldtop (with 69 style cavity) that was utterly thrashed and getting a retop. The OP's guitar is a 525, I still think someone goofed and meant to stamp 535 which would make it nearly identical to the guitar in the picture below.

    Hi moonweasel, so the routed step one can see in the control cavity, is part of the thin maple layer just under the maple cap ? Thanks and best regards, akkermanfan

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    Re: Odd LSLP

    That's a great pic of that extra layer!

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