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  1. I got to see Journey in concert with Cheap Trick about 2 weeks ago. Since then I have had some serious GAS for a Neal Schon signature Les Paul. (Link) Custom neck joint, Fernandez sustainer, Floyd Rose Trem, Burstbucker in the bridge, and this thing will sing! I am sure there is no way that I could afford the thing though, unless our good friends at Epiphone decided to build one. Come on Epi, hook us up! Has anyone ever tried to install a sustainer or Floyd Rose on their LP? If so how did it go? May just have to try to build one myself.
  2. +1 on the AD30VT! I love mine. It produces great tones at low or high volume. Sounds great with my LP and my telecaster.
  3. Les Pauls just look better without them. (IMHO)
  4. I use 10s on my LP, 9s on my Telecaster and 11s on my Martins. They all just feel and sound right that way. It's all in your personal taste. If it sounds and feels right to you, then it is right.
  5. One of my local guitar stores has one of these. http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/ESP-LTD-MH400-Electric-Guitar?sku=516684 You can buy it used for about $350.00. It is a shredding machine. It would be high on my list if I were looking for that sort of thing.
  6. My Les Paul Standard weighs just under 9lbs. Having all that weight is part of having a les paul. It's part of what makes it a Les Paul. IMHO. Try the Ultra II, the one I played was pretty cool, and it was not quite as heavy as my standard.
  7. Jars of Clay - Good Monsters ZZ Top - the old stuff Queen - Tie Your Mother Down Adam hood Justin Johnson Caddle Kutless Zac Brown Band Journey Cheap Trick Sister Hazel - Before the Amplifiers 3 Doors Down and anything else that my strike my fancy from time to time...
  8. Matiac, is that the stock bridge on your BB?
  9. I guess I am a lucky one as well. My EE Les Paul was made in '06. Played great after a set up. I will have to admit though, after I added the GFS pick ups it sounds so much better!
  10. GFS says on their website that you can use the SD wiring diagrams. I just thought they were a little easier to read than the ones that came with my pups.
  11. Here is a link to the wiring daigram I used to install mine with. Good luck, and enjoy those new pups! Wiring Diagram
  12. I recieved my Chrunchy PATs today and got them installed. I am very pleased with the sound so far. With volume and tone at 10 they are capable of great sounding distortion for modern rock. (ex. 3 Doors Down, Nickelback) However if you roll the volume and tone back just a little they become very "vintage" sounding. They are also surprisingly clear and not muddy at all like the stock pick ups were. I will update more when I get a chance to play it again later this week. So far I am well pleased!
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