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    59 Historic Select Southern Fade Vintage Gloss Finish Custombuckers

    59 Historic Select Southern Fade Vintage Gloss Finish
    Custombuckers (both covered)
    Grover Tuners...this one went to Yorkville Sound (Long and McQuade) in Canada last week. SKU: LPR9HPSL9161 Ser #HS9 50307 8Lbs, 7 oz.

    LPR9HPSL9161   #HS9 50307

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    Re: 59 Historic Select Southern Fade Vintage Gloss Finish Custombuckers

    Please explain Historic Select to me ... Is it a custom version of a True Historic ? What a beautiful guitar .. by the way. I own a TH60 and adore it ..

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    Re: 59 Historic Select Southern Fade Vintage Gloss Finish Custombuckers

    Killer color and flame!
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    Re: 59 Historic Select Southern Fade Vintage Gloss Finish Custombuckers

    Quote Originally Posted by cds1951 View Post
    Please explain Historic Select to me ... Is it a custom version of a True Historic ? What a beautiful guitar .. by the way. I own a TH60 and adore it ..

    Historic Select is a True Historic with options (color, hardware, etc) selected by the customer, sometimes by a dealer. If you're familiar with our made to measure program, it's basically that for True Historic. All the specs are TH (thin lacquer, radiuses, plastics (if cream), thin head veneer, double-carved, hand-sanded, etc, etc). Hope that helps! Kevin.

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    Re: 59 Historic Select Southern Fade Vintage Gloss Finish Custombuckers

    "Southern Fade", that it is. Nice.
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    Re: 59 Historic Select Southern Fade Vintage Gloss Finish Custombuckers

    That's a killer looking guitar!

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