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    1969 GT

    Heres Bad Brad Burns playing his mold top.
    Kinda reminds me of TW`s guitar.
    Ex- Charlie Hargrett(Blackfoot) guitar.
    " Never Mind Your Face, just show us your card"

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    Re: 1969 GT

    Quote Originally Posted by guitplayer View Post
    Heres Bad Brad Burns playing his mold top.
    Kinda reminds me of TW`s guitar.
    Ex- Charlie Hargrett(Blackfoot) guitar.
    "Mold top" ... I love that!

    And there is quite a resemblance to G.I.Paul.
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    Re: 1969 GT

    Yeah, I think of "G.I." everytime I see it. Its a 3 piece neck late 69.

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    Re: 1969 GT

    Quote Originally Posted by guitplayer View Post
    Heres Bad Brad Burns playing his mold top.
    Kinda reminds me of TW`s guitar.
    Ex- Charlie Hargrett(Blackfoot) guitar.
    Would love to see a closeup if this guitar.
    Top carves are sexy

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    Re: 1969 GT

    Quote Originally Posted by MapleFlame View Post
    Would love to see a closeup if this guitar.
    Me too.
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    Re: 1969 GT

    " Never Mind Your Face, just show us your card"

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    Re: 1969 GT

    Thanks!!
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    Re: 1969 GT

    Welcome! Theres another nice 69GT down in G-ville.
    Top all moldy looking and checked/worn. band, "Squirrels guitar.
    I think I have a shot of it next to my old 68. Polaroid......

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    Re: 1969 GT

    Best pic I have. 1968 and a late 69
    " Never Mind Your Face, just show us your card"

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    Re: 1969 GT

    Thank you. Such a road warrior.
    Top carves are sexy

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    Re: 1969 GT

    That guitar has to sound great. Nice pedigree, too.
    "That's what I love, man, to hear that backbeat popping, that damn bass plonkin' down. Jesus God!"-Duane Allman

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    Re: 1969 GT

    Brad cherrishes that guitar. Doubt he has changed a thing
    since he has had it.
    Some things I can note on these 69`s.
    Serial numbers on the large headstock early ones tend to slant upwards to the right.
    Every neck pickup pocket that I`ve seen has been altered with a chisel to fit the
    grounded leadwire after painting. No 68`s have been.
    Mold marks on the tailpiece.




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