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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Congrats on an absolutely awesome guitar, and welcome to the plaintop ‘burst “club”! Wow, that thing just oozes character, from the grain and color to the checking and battle scars. Very cool! And also very cool that you got to hang out with Ed...a truly wonderful guy and gracious host, as I’m sure you experienced.

    Enjoy!


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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Quote Originally Posted by CDaughtry View Post
    Kate Upton doing the Dougie (renamed the Duggie for our purposes):



    This would make a worthy avatar!

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst



    Here's a little video of Charlie demonstrating a 1960 Les Paul Standard, 1960 ES 335 TDN, 1961 Les Paul Custom, and 1952 Goldtop.

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Demonstrating may be a stretch. “Wanking on” may be more accurate!


    Great hang.

    GREAT guitar!!!

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    I really had a fun hang with Mark, his beautiful wife Maile, and Mick the dog. Mick was the star of the show! Coolest dog ever!
    The weather in Nashville was freezing and overcast, so we did the best we could do with our photo shoot (y'all know how I love sunshine outdoors!).

    Anyway...here's a few shots of Duggie. This is a phenomenal sounding and playing guitar with a ton of character.


















































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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Quote Originally Posted by CDaughtry View Post
    I really had a fun hang with Mark, his beautiful wife Maile, and Mick the dog. Mick was the star of the show! Coolest dog ever!
    The weather in Nashville was freezing and overcast, so we did the best we could do with our photo shoot (y'all know how I love sunshine outdoors!).

    Anyway...here's a few shots of Duggie. This is a phenomenal sounding and playing guitar with a ton of character........
    Killer CD!!! Glad y’all got to hang and love the shots. Well done sir.
    Last edited by Fried okra; Today at 00:00. Reason: No reason, just felt like making it look like I edited it.



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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Those photos are fantastic! They show me how it really looks.
    Pauls to the walls!

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Amazing guitar and a cool story. The faded burst makes it really awesome. To much red and the look is dead
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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    A fantastic showing and a beautiful guitar. Thank you for sharing!

    Mt1986, please make sure that when you get the '58 back, you give us the same treatment with that guitar. All you had to say was 'Carters' and '1958' and I already knew which Les Paul you were talking about. As soon as I heard that guitar in a demo, that was it. It had the 'IT' factor, for me at least. Just absolute tonal perfect. I've got that demo of your guitar on regular rotation in my 'best guitar tone' playlist (as well as a lot of Joey Landreth demos!). Even with whatever issues it presented, wow...just what a fabulous guitar and when I saw that it had sold, I wondered where it had gone. I'm so glad it went to someone who sounds like a wonderful caretaker, who is also on this forum, who is also willing to share! I would LOVE to see more of this instrument and will thoroughly enjoy anything you decide to share of it!

    Thanks again and cheers!

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Great photos as always, Charlie! And great wanking through the high powered Twin!
    Mike Slubowski

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    * "So many Gibsons to love, so little time..."

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Love the shots! Thanks for the look!
    Game on!

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Wow. She sounds like a winner. Really great look, too. Congrats.

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    To all the Chicken Littles who proclaim the sky is falling in the vintage world because there's no new blood in it, I love pointing them to guys like Mark.

    And oh yeah...he's got GREAT taste in guitars!








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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Congrats on a great score Mark. I just love that top.

    Great pictures too CD

    Enjoyed the wanking as well

    I know this is about Duggie but that TDN es-335 sounded really good too

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveSG View Post
    A fantastic showing and a beautiful guitar. Thank you for sharing!

    Mt1986, please make sure that when you get the '58 back, you give us the same treatment with that guitar. All you had to say was 'Carters' and '1958' and I already knew which Les Paul you were talking about. As soon as I heard that guitar in a demo, that was it. It had the 'IT' factor, for me at least. Just absolute tonal perfect. I've got that demo of your guitar on regular rotation in my 'best guitar tone' playlist (as well as a lot of Joey Landreth demos!). Even with whatever issues it presented, wow...just what a fabulous guitar and when I saw that it had sold, I wondered where it had gone. I'm so glad it went to someone who sounds like a wonderful caretaker, who is also on this forum, who is also willing to share! I would LOVE to see more of this instrument and will thoroughly enjoy anything you decide to share of it!

    Thanks again and cheers!
    The 58' will be covered in great detail with photos documenting the entire process. The sound of Tommy nailing Brown Sugar is forever etched in my mind as well! I will try and get him to have a go on it again if I can find the time.

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Great pics !

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Check out this top carve fellas!
















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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    killer pics

    do you wait for a certain part of the day in order to get the light just right for those shots?

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Quote Originally Posted by Pellman73 View Post
    killer pics

    do you wait for a certain part of the day in order to get the light just right for those shots?

    Under ideal conditions, I like shooting mid-morning or late afternoon, and always outdoors. The natural sun makes the flame pop.

    These were not ideal conditions. It was freezing and overcast in Nashville. Thus, we shot indoors with whatever natural light there was coming in from the window. I had to bump the ISO (film speed) up really high.

    Given the conditions, I was happy with the results.

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Quote Originally Posted by CDaughtry View Post

    Given the conditions, I was happy with the results.
    Conditions aside, this series of shots are beyond impressive Charlie.

    Truly superb.

    Thanks for chronicling and posting them.

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    [QUOTE=CDaughtry;2784863]Under ideal conditions, I like shooting mid-morning or late afternoon, and always outdoors. The natural sun makes the flame pop.

    These were not ideal conditions. It was freezing and overcast in Nashville. Thus, we shot indoors with whatever natural light there was coming in from the window. I had to bump the ISO (film speed) up really high.

    Given the conditions, I was happy with the results.[/sk

    yea they look great

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Congratulations Mark! Absolutely amazing instrument, and a great story about your acquisition of it. Looks like a Home Run!


    Enjoy!

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Quote Originally Posted by CDaughtry View Post
    I had to bump the ISO (film speed) up really high.





    You takin' that vintage thang to a whole other level.

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    The one aspect the relic guys have not addressed is that ultra-high polished lacquer look. A million shirtsleeves and grime and sweat, and some beer create something in a notch between right off the buffing wheel and 15000 grit polishing cloth. Varnish filled with hideous metal-based toxins and organic solvents.
    CD's last shot really captures that.
    Congrats on your new guitar.

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Congrats Mark for this wonderful Burst. The top grain and the colour look perfect!

    And thanks Charlie for the nice pictures.

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Great pics! That's a beautiful burst.

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Quote Originally Posted by deytookerjaabs View Post



    You takin' that vintage thang to a whole other level.
    I’m just learning about cameras and until you mentioned that I didn’t get that ISO in a digital camera (sensitivity of the sensor) is based off the same thing as the old film speed.

    now the real question is — when you change the iso on the camera to a certain number does that correlate in a relative manner to what old film speed sensitivity was and if so- it may be correct to still use that terminology even though it is “digital” film speed its basically the same?

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Yes...as with film, the higher the ISO the "grainier" the photo will look. In the digital world, they call it noise, but it's the same thing for all practical purposes.

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    Re: 0 0284 The Duggie Lock Burst

    Nice guitar!
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