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Show Us Your Butterscotch Lesters!!!

klatuu

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Looks like Butterscotch was used primarily on the flametop R8's at least within the Historic line.
 

Desertdawg

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O.K. experts. I've followed Lily's instructions and can post a link to my pic but how do I get it right in the post?


:toobad
 

hoss

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My nipples harden! That color is the best for Les Pauls.
 

Todd Louis

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klatuu said:
Looks like Butterscotch was used primarily on the flametop R8's at least within the Historic line.
!,000 Post!!!! WOOOHOOO:) The 58's at the time only came in BS unless custom ordered
 

hoss

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I think Gladys looks like she faded to Butterscotch.
 

SteveB334

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sorry I am late to the thread
Here's my '02 R8:
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LesterP

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I originally started this thread after searching for info on my R8 Authentic. Several mentioned how they didn't care for Butterscotch, which is ok as everyone has their own tastes.

After looking at all the guitars posted so far, how could anyone not love Butterscotch???
I can honestly say I would love to own all of the guitars shown so far. Not one dog in the entire group. (Well, you can keep 'Fabio')

Thanks for posting and keep them coming. :)
 

davey

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Freddie said:
Wow! Some really killer examples. I would like to post my 83 reissue. Can someone tell me how to do this?
Desertdawg said:
O.K. experts. I've followed Lily's instructions and can post a link to my pic but how do I get it right in the post?
Although far from an "expert," you have to have your picture hosted, (in other words you can't link to your PC or store the pic on the LPF). Use the little "Insert Image" button and put the link in. You can right click on your pic, go to properties, copy the link and paste it into the image text box.
 

fjminor

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All great looking Butterscotch LP's guys...They should all be in a Butterscotch LP calendar poster. keep em coming!!! :dude
 
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