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Ivan

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Cool guitar! But I still like it when the fretboard on frets made marks from shells in the form of various figures
 
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RJLII

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Flogger

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1966, changed bridge, original to the guitar single rings,and Patent Numbers. Note the transitional flowerpot position. Skinny neck, and Idon't care. The wimmenz love a red guitar, and this thing sounds huge. And I am a Varitone lover.

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renderit

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They're multiplying..........


You finally saw the light and went over to the 345 side? Have you tried one with the vari-tone bypassed? My number 1 fav for something I may be able to afford...I won't call it a burst killer because I don't really know. But what the hell. It's THE burst killer...
 

Texsunburst59

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Feb 15, 2004
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There are some REALLY nice ES guitars posted today.

F-Hole, those natural ES's are some VERY nice looking guitars.
 

mr kenny

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Yesterday I took delivery on the new Memphis '58 es335 I posted about earlier. Been test driving it for a while now and wanted to report. The Memphis '58 es335 is new for this year, a take on the early '58's with no neck binding. Superb looking and sounding guitar. The Memphis shop can really put a 335 together. :salude
 

Stow

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Got this Simo #21 last week and it's become my number 1 guitar! Another gig tonight

 
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