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  1. Thanks for all the replies. I finally got my new axe a couple weeks ago. Was not set up well out of the box but I was able to set it up without any problem. Short story is I love this guitar. It’s just cool. The rounded neck is different but comfortable. And the P90’s sound great. Plenty of growl like I like. Great tone and great sustain. I love the satin finish too. And the apparently period correct hot pink lining in the hard case is a cool reminder of how unique this guitar is. Two thumbs up!
  2. I haven’t had a chance to play one but I just ordered one today. Can’t wait to open the box.
  3. Getting interested in the Epiphone Les Paul Inspired by 1955 Custom, but understand it has a chunky neck. I haven’t had a chance to play one. I’m a fan of thinner necks and I’m concerned the neck will be just too big to get used to. Have you played one? What did you think of the neck? How about the guitar in general?
  4. Getting interested in the Gibson Les Paul Inspired by 1955 Custom, but understand it has a chunky neck. I haven’t had a chance to play one. I’m a fan of thinner necks and I’m concerned the neck will be just too big to get used to. Have you played one? What did you think of the neck? How about the guitar in general?
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  6. Has anyone tried one of the new walnut The Pauls?
  7. What’s the difference in tone between the humbuckers on a les Paul standard, and the probuckers on the standard pro?
  8. I have a 1939 J55 as well, also refinished. Could it be the same guitar... FON starts with an F so my theory (since the F means it was shipped in 1940, but the guitar has the 1939 specs, including stair step headstock and mustache bridge) is that the guitar was built in late 1939 and shipped in early 1940. Such great and rare guitars. It’s great to hear of this one being rescued. Mark
  9. I'm loving my new Sheraton II Pro. Great guitar. But the neck finish is more glossy than I like. I've lightly sanded natural finish necks to get a more satin feel, but this one is wine red. Any ideas how I can take some of the sticky gloss down a notch without scratching the heck out of the red finish? --Neil
  10. I'm loving my new Sheraton II Pro. Great guitar. But the neck finish is more glossy than I like. I've lightly sanded natural finish necks to get a more satin feel, but this one is wine red. Any ideas how I can take some of the sticky gloss down a notch without scratching the heck out of the red finish? --Neil
  11. I'm loving my new Sheraton II Pro. Great guitar. But the neck finish is more glossy than I like. I've lightly sanded natural finish necks to get a more satin feel, but this one is wine red. Any ideas how I can take some of the sticky gloss down a notch without scratching the heck out of the red finish? --Neil
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