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Browneyes Perry burst

nmcinc

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I just received the Perry Burst from Browneyes. I really have to say what an easy transaction it was. He is first class all the way around. I can't explain why I needed to buy another axe but I'm sure all of you understand. I owned the original,I got it from Joe and sold it to Billy. I really am amazed at the work done by Historic Makeovers. Hmm ,I think that 4:15 is long enough to stay in the office with a new guitar staring at you from across the room. Time to head home and warm up the Tweeds. Thanks again George
 

dwagar

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man, I can't believe you made it to 4:15.

I agree, it has a beautiful finish.
 

Luke Gibson

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mmcinc said:
I just received the Perry Burst from Browneyes. I really have to say what an easy transaction it was. He is first class all the way around. I can't explain why I needed to buy another axe but I'm sure all of you understand. I owned the original,I got it from Joe and sold it to Billy. I really am amazed at the work done by Historic Makeovers. Hmm ,I think that 4:15 is long enough to stay in the office with a new guitar staring at you from across the room. Time to head home and warm up the Tweeds. Thanks again George

How does it compare (from memory)
 

Rico

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I just received the Perry Burst from Browneyes. I really have to say what an easy transaction it was. He is first class all the way around. I can't explain why I needed to buy another axe but I'm sure all of you understand. I owned the original,I got it from Joe and sold it to Billy. I really am amazed at the work done by Historic Makeovers. Hmm ,I think that 4:15 is long enough to stay in the office with a new guitar staring at you from across the room. Time to head home and warm up the Tweeds. Thanks again George

It is really cool looking. I was ready to go for it if you had backed out.
Enjoy it in good health!!!!!!!!!!
 

Browneyes

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I just received the Perry Burst from Browneyes. I really have to say what an easy transaction it was. He is first class all the way around. I can't explain why I needed to buy another axe but I'm sure all of you understand. I owned the original,I got it from Joe and sold it to Billy. I really am amazed at the work done by Historic Makeovers. Hmm ,I think that 4:15 is long enough to stay in the office with a new guitar staring at you from across the room. Time to head home and warm up the Tweeds. Thanks again George

Thanks again bud!! Glad to see it made it safely. It truely is a wonderful axe. Dave is a phenom!!

I plan to get another one made.

Play in good health man!!! :2zone
 

joeperry

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Congrats!
Would like to know if this is one of the BOTB replicas?
If so, are they still making any of those models by order?

Best Regards
 

Todd Louis

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Congrats!
Would like to know if this is one of the BOTB replicas?
If so, are they still making any of those models by order?

Best Regards
No man G had Dave make him one.


And No they don't make BOTB's Any more
 

dwagar

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here's his latest pic:

perryburst.jpg


man, the Perry Burst looks so real. It didn't get a set of Dave's inlays though did it?
 

chaseej

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The Perry Burst was a top refinish only. Not a Historic Makeover so inlays were not changed. It is a very cool looking guitar and I sprayed 2 Perry Bursts at the same time.

What are the odds?

DJ
 

MapleFlame

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What are the odds?

DJ[/QUOTE]

Of you being ugly:rofl What up mountain/brick layer man. Oh you fixin guitars, you, no way. To do list ehhhh!!! :wah
 

Browneyes

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Maple Flame found his missing bottle of Jack... LOL...

J/K man!!! You know I got love for you!

If I didn't need the cash now I'd keep that guitar... Though as soon as I find the right candidate... of for a Perryburst it goes!!! Unfortunately I lost my Ross the same week too...
 

MapleFlame

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Maple Flame found his missing bottle of Jack... LOL...

J/K man!!! You know I got love for you!

If I didn't need the cash now I'd keep that guitar... Though as soon as I find the right candidate... of for a Perryburst it goes!!! Unfortunately I lost my Ross the same week too...


Don't forget the case of Corona I had before the Jack.:2cool

I am sorry you had to unload a few. Bet you miss them. I shut the Door down the Git buying
 

Itsallmuscle

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Agree on Browneyes being FIRST CLASS all the way! That was a sweet guitar! It was what made me believe in Historic Makeover. Grats on the score! Now Post some pics and sound clips!
 

joeperry

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Might be a silly question but who is it that makes these refinishing LP's any websites, pics of others he's done etc.?
The Perry burst looks REALLY cool...

Best regards
 

SheltonGuitar

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How much does refinishing and aging cost?...
HM's prices are clearly marked on the HM website. You may not be able to get a direct quote out of Dave for a while. He's busier than a one-legged man in an ass kicking contest.
 
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