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  1. In Topic:Virtuoso Cleaner&Polish

    Yesterday, 12:57 PM

    Mmmmmm.....seems like what we established is that can save a couple thousand dollars, buy a Tribute and go over it with Virtuoso and you end up with a great looking guitar. Of course you're not 100% sure what it's going to look like until your done but probably worth it.

    Two very nice results here anyway. [thumbup]
  2. In Topic:2017 Les Paul Custom Tiger Fade LTD

    25 July 2017 - 11:15 AM

    Hmmmmmmm, pictures not showing up today (7/25) in the USA. Just a little black box from Imgur saying "the image you are requesting does not exist or is no longer available"??
  3. In Topic:Odd Serial Number on my Les Paul Voodoo

    25 July 2017 - 11:10 AM

    The serial number looks about the same as my 2017 LP Standard. Mine says made in USA and there are no periods between the letters. Mine does say 2017 Model below the USA, but that is the only difference.

    I think you're fine.
  4. In Topic:"Best" Les Pauls

    22 July 2017 - 06:29 PM

    Here is the best one for me:

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    It's not a super expensive vintage or anything. It's a 2017 Standard T and it works for me. It has ultra modern weight relief so it's light, Burstbucker pups, locking tuners, great action on a rosewood board, push pulls for coil tapping and out of phase. So it's a real mahogany/maple cap Les Paul but with the features that I like, and I like it's looks as well.

    I have 2 Custom Shop Gibsons, and they are wonderful. But this one is just a Gibson USA Standard and the quality was perfect. No finish flaws, nothing out spec. So you don't necessarily have to break the bank to get a good one.

    You need to play a bunch of them, familiarize yourself with the different models (which you are doing here) and then find your "Best" one.

    Enjoy the hunt. As an experienced musician you will know when you find the one. [thumbup]
  5. In Topic:"Best" Les Pauls

    22 July 2017 - 06:22 PM

    View PostRabs, on 21 July 2017 - 04:36 PM, said:

    Heres a few cool examples that you cant buy off the shelf

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    Oooh I really like this woody Les Paul. Could you guys all chip in and get me that for my birthday coming up in September? [biggrin]


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