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  1. Hi

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  2. Thanks for offering some insight into the differences between these two PUs. Thanks also for sharing the pics. Like the gold hardware on that Black one. Very nice. D
  3. wow! thanks so much for all the info. I appreciate your helpful and timely responses. D
  4. I appreciate the feedback! Thanks for taking the time to respond to my post. D
  5. Single Cutaway, black pickguard. It is forest green that has some gloss to it... to be honest, I am not sure if it qualifies as a faded but with the flat top (no carved top) and rather glossy finish, I don't think so. Not sure when they started making the Faded series. The guitar does not have a bolt-on neck. Hope that answers your questions. Thanks again for taking the time to respond to my post. D
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    Very nice to hear from you! I work for the interlocal myself. It is a small world indeed.
  7. Thanks rct! I appreciate the feedback. Let me throw this out to everyone. IF you had a 98 Special would you keep the p100s or replace them with something else? I know much of this is preference, but I would love feedback from people who have been down this road. Thanks!
  8. Greetings from Southeast Kansas own a Les Paul Special. I have owned a 135 in the past but I think a 335 would be more to my style. I also play a 510 Taylor, Parker P-52, and Fender Strat. I was a music/band teacher for many years but now music is a passion, not a living. I have enjoyed your insightful comments and advice on the forum and look forward to being a member.
  9. I have a 1998 LP Special Made at the Nashville Plant. It has two soap bar pickups. I was wondering if anyone could tell me what pickups were put in these guitars? P100's, P90s, or something else? I appreciate your feedback.
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