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  1. one of my favorite players of all time... imho, best blues slide player ever to live... Amazing guitarist...
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    ES137

    I totally agree, I find my ES137 much more comfortable to play... especially while standing.. I put single coil phat cats on it and I use it for my jazz gigs as well at any of the blues jams...
  4. Man, those frets are toast..... A setup isn't going to help ..... Re-fret that thing... I personally could care less about the binding ... I had a 73 les paul re-fretted and I didn't replace the binding... Trust me it doesn't make the guitar look any different...
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    LP Special ??

    - He is stating that its a genuine Gibson. - He bought it at GC. - He has a 100% > 50 feedback. - Guitar looks genuine to me.... I would say its a safe bet its a real Gibson... And with Gibson P90s its likely a tone monster...
  6. Lead Paul Les Pull ! others.... Clay target model Pull ! yeller The Trap-er Skeetocaster
  7. I don't know... the most moronic thing about this isn't the shotgun blasts or finish torching... it's this statement -- "pickups are excellent sounding hand picked epiphone pickups" I mean look at fender... they purposely f&c% up the guitar body of strats and teles only to call them "relicd" and sell them for a higher price... kind of the same thing this guy is doing, only he is not a multi million dollar company...
  8. Thanks, Ive been staring at the computer screen all day at work... Just too lazy to read through all threads...
  9. I agree with one of the posters earlier... we need to stop drinking the Gibson Cool Aid... I mean if someone posts I want to trade a Gibson LP studio for a 65 strat, are we going to say it's not a fair trade just because we are trading a Gibson for a Fender... Economically it's a fair trade... they are both worth roughly the same amount of money... Just make sure the Orville is in good condition and is all original...
  10. Not a silly question... for jazz, you will almost certainly be using the neck pickup... 490R makes an excellent jazz pickup.. but the burstbucker pro is good too... 490R IMHO sounds exactly like a 57 classic, so I would go with the 490R... But if it were me, I would say it doesnt matter...
  11. I am pretty shocked nobody has corrected this post.. .or maybe I didn't read the thread good enough.. 490's are not ceramic.... They have alnico magnets...
  12. These have a wound third... http://www.stringsandbeyond.com/gil5puniwoja.html and they come in 11's TI flatwounds versus D'addario chromes... they are not even on the same planet.... TI are much better...
  13. Wow another Jazz guitarist that hates flatwounds... that makes 2 so far (me and you)... \:D/ Never understood the attraction... But if you must have flats... TI is the only way to go...
  14. Man I didn't know Billy Ray Cyrus could play that well...
  15. I agree.... The vintage reissue Gibson's in 11 or 10 is pretty much all I use on semi-hollows and solid bodies... On a side note, I have never liked the sound of flatwounds on a solid or semi-hollow guitar...
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