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  1. Yes indeed. I have mine. It's a fantastic guitar, and unique in the Gibson/Epiphone line up. Mine doesn't have a pick guard. I have a Gibson 12 fret Rosewood Stage Deluxe, too, and the cedar topped Epiphone holds its own with it. Enjoy yours! Red 333
  2. The long scale of the Texan surely accounts for some of that difference. Congrats on obtaining such a fine new instrument. I hope you get many years of enjoyment from it. Red 333
  3. Wow, Jeff! Your artwork is outstanding. I especially enjoyed the portraits and some of the scenes of everyday life in the town. Do you live in the Northeast on the coast somewhere? My favorites, though, was the series of the open windows with the curtains blowing. I would have liked them just on their own anyway, but they provided very fitting and effective visuals for the song. Your playing, of course, was excellent. What guitar are you using? It has such an interesting sound. Was it the archtop you painted? Whatever it was you made it sound great. Best, Red 333
  4. Nice. Love the back on that one. I hope it brings you many happy hours of playing. Enjoy! Red 333
  5. What a beauty. I hope it gives you lots of enjoyment. Congratulations! Red 333
  6. Looks great! And your right, the keystones are right at home. Hope you get a lot of enjoyment from it! Red 333
  7. Thanks, Tom! Marvelous!
  8. Sunrise and sunset. Red 333
  9. If you haven't watched this yet, you should. It's terrific. Jeff's a great player and entertainer. Red 333
  10. Boy, that EL-00 Mahogany sounds so good in your hands. Fantastic playing. I really enjoyed hearing you sing "I'm Going Home." The EL-00 sounded great strummed, too. Red 333
  11. Wow, terrific playing! Nice arrangements, too.
  12. As suggested the Epiphone Masterbuilt series is quite good. I would look at the new Masterbilt Texan, as these have a narrow 1.68" nut width and shallow neck profile that many people associate with electric guitars. Also, the Epiphone EJ-160e is typically set up quite low, which makes it comfortable for those used to electrics. Red 333
  13. They made a Custom Shop '59 Reissue that year. It had the batwing guard and strip tuners, and also a variant with the adjustable bridge (for the Japanese market only, I think.) I do remember that that the adjustable bridge model was copied from a '59 owned by someone in Japan. Both models were said to have "modified x bracing," which I assume is the wide AJ bracing, though might be something else indeed.
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