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  1. Yep, definitely a keeper. 😄 Can't see the pics? I'll see if I can figure it out.
  2. Sorry bout going dark for a little bit there. I had to take care of a little paint stripper accident in my shop/office. I'll go into those details below but it's not pretty. That's a great idea. I have no idea how to record myself and load it but maybe that'd be a good thing to figure out. As far as comparisons go, it's very easy to go back and forth between the LG2 and the 'Loo. They have different neck profiles but are friendly to each other. I really like the slightly wider spacing on the 'Loo which comes in handy for being a 'picking guitar. The LG2 I mainly do strum
  3. Ha, yep! I'm really enjoying this one. So much so that the Mahogany WL-14 is on the block! Great article, thanks!
  4. It's really good actually! I haven't felt the need to tweak anything at all. I usually feel the need to fiddle with something about the playability after a few days but I don't want to change anything about it.
  5. @BluesKing777 that was fantastic! Love it.
  6. CJB

    '32 Nick Lucas

    OOH man! Wouldn't that be cool?
  7. CJB

    '32 Nick Lucas

    @jt I've heard the same from multiple sources. Hopefully one of these days I'll get to check one out. But honestly, I'm happy just looking at those pictures. Nice to see a well preserved example of fine early Gibson artistry.
  8. Just saw this one for sale. Just wanted to make sure y'all saw this beauty while it surfaced. https://www.acousticguitarforum.com/forums/showthread.php?p=6619940#post6619940
  9. Quick update on the Ladder pursuit: I got my hands on a well used Waterloo WL-14L with non adjustable truss rod several days ago. From the first note I could tell it was 'somethin mighty differnt' as my dear old grandma used to say. It's immediate, round warm tone was exactly what I wanted to compliment my LG2. And it feels so alive too. Haven't been able to put it down since and I'm quite content now. It weighs only 3lb 2oz and feels like a toy when you pick it up. It's all black which I don't really like but I can overlook the look and love the tone. Oh yeah, the neck is also a promi
  10. CJB

    L00? EBay

    That's an interesting one. I am under a 2 hour drive from that guitar and would love to sample it. But don't have the time this weekend. I might next week though and it'd be really interesting to get hands on that one.
  11. Wow this is really cool! I look forward to hearing and seeing these works fo art.
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