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Flametop Friday!!!

poon99

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'14 HOG Anni in Goldie gloss

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buckwild

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sorry you guys are gonna need to stop posting until next Friday, cause this thread is on fire with flame!! LOL JK, love it all :peace2
 

Pe.Eng15

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This was a flamethrower...

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Sct13 my 2003 R9 looks a lot like your flamethrower !
 

Stoj

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That sure is a beauty DB, Love the Metropolitan Amp also :dude:
 

DoubleBoogie

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Thanks Stoj and JBuckwild. This is a really cool one. You would flip out at just picking it up. It is not chambered and weighs in at 7.6 lbs! I had heard that at lot of these very light Les Pauls tend to be thin, brittle, and harsh in the tone department. That doesn't apply to this one. The bridge pickup is particularly nice. It has that nice sweet hot sustain thing without any harshness or "ice pick" like tones out of it. The bridge is a little warmer but still bright in a good way. All in all, this is my favorite Les Paul now. Oh! And its got a cool as hell serial number too! 0 3001. The first R0 made in 2013 with all of the new features. Still not sure how I was lucky enough to snag this from Dave's. Gibson sure got some nice wood for this one! :dude:
 
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