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  1. The bridge had been changed when I bought it. I have the original though. And you're right, they look like twins!
  2. I forgot I promised new pics earlier. This one came with 57 classics from the factory. I think they started doing this in 1990. I wasn't sure about the Dirty Fingers being in this one, they just didn't sound like them.
  3. I just posted these but I couldn't pass up the opportunity... 1990 ES 347
  4. It's not the stock tailpiece but I do have the TP6 if I want to put it back on. The switch is a coil tap. Pretty cool, huh?
  5. Thanks lpdeluxe. I did post over on the gear page too. I couldn't help myself.
  6. Just thought I'd share some of my happiness with you all! It's a 1990 with '57 Classics. I left the stop tail on there but I do have the original TP6. It's a dream to play, and the sound... well, you know!
  7. I just picked up a used ES 347. I think it's a fantastic guitar. I'm glad I found this thread as I can't find much about these. I guess they're fairly rare. I think this one is from 1990. The TP6 was replaced with a stop tailpiece, but I do have the TP6 if I want to use it. Did all of these come with the Dirty Fingers pups? I hope to get some better pictures this weekend. If I do, I'll post them.
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