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  1. I'm looking for my old Blueshawk....and I'd like your all's help. I had my Blueshawk modified, so it's easy to ID. Here's the deal: I'm in Virginia, and had Pink Guitars do my mods...locking keys, bigsby, Duncan Pearly Gates humbuckers, ebony in color and I played her hard. The bigsby was added before Gibson issued it, so my bridge is routed down into the body, and the duncan pickups are black. Pass along info if you've seen her...
  2. I would like Epiphone to make the EL-00 in black, with a firestripe 30's style pickguard. Also, make it with the wide 1.75" 30's style nut like that Masterbilt cedar top 12 fret they made a few years ago. Hey Epiphone...hook it up!
  3. Hello, I'd like to know the history of the AJ-45 Limited Edition...when was she introduced, any articles on her, advertisements on her, and I think there was a Musicians Friend sale on them as well....also: Was there two versions? Thanks, dy......
  4. I know that the Epi web page says the scale is 24 3/4, but those of you with the Chorme Grover Keys, please measure the scale length and tell me if she is short scale or long scale...thanks, dy.
  5. Does anyone know if they make an aftermarket Frontier pickguard...cactus and rope? Thanks, dy......
  6. I have the AJ-500RC 12 fretter...and we all know that's a wide nut width. What other Epiphone 6 stringers have a wide nut width? Thanks, dy.
  7. Thanks all, good to go...LPDEN, pass along a measurement and review of that EL-00 when she comes in if possible, thanks again, dy......
  8. I was reading up on the EL-00...I see an older one, white button keys listed as short scale, and a rotomatic grover key'd one listed as long scale? Is that right? Also, I notice the Limited Edition AJ-45 had white button keys and was listed as short scale, then rotomatic grover keys were introduced and then listed as long scale...am I right about this one also??? Thanks, dy......
  9. That is amazing!! Great pick bud...how's the sound?
  10. Thanks a bunch Pete...yet my guitar is not a cutaway...I think the "C" may stand for cedar, since this guitar is the AJ-500RC 12 fret, it has a cedar top. What do you think? As for the other letters, I am all in on those....
  11. Hey all, I'm the original owner of the now discontinued AJ500RC 12 fretter, and as I was looking over my old paperwork on her, I found a shipping label from Music 123 that stated: Epiphone EMJCSNSGH as the description of my guitar. This is not what was on the Epiphone web page as my model...anyhow, just wondering what you all think this translates to...
  12. Thanks to all for the info, I'll follow up asap...and Coby...I'll keep you in mind if I ever want to cut her loose...dy.
  13. I've the very cool 12 fret Epiphone, AJ-500RC, and I noticed two serial numbers...one on the sticker and one on the neck block...both different. Also, I'm having a bit of bridge trouble, it's pulling up, so I'm wondering where you all think the nearest Epi repair center/store is: I'm in Manassas Virginia. Last item is the name, on the Epi web site, this is an AJ-500RC...but, on the sticker it reads: AJ-500RCSNS...why is that SNS on there? Thanks for the help, dy......
  14. Anyone with info on what case to order up with the ES-339?
  15. I'm in...ordered up the Cherry one, regular, not ultra....
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