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I have never been happier with a guitar or in fact anything for that matter...I ve had to return guitars so many times it was getting ridiculous but this guitar is just incredible....I could not find a SINGLE flaw...everything was perfect...and the sound...omg the sound...I will never doubt the power of 57 classics again...I didnt think the sound could get better then my studio deluxe...Oh was i wrong.. ( after trying the 50's neck..i fell in love with it...im 6'3 and to me it feels great)

 

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( i apologize for the rushed pictures..its really hot in Omaha today, and i wanted to hurry so there was no temperature trauma)

 

I have never been happier, i got it new for 2030$ from American Musical, One more of many more Gibsons [crying]

 

ps ( ive just noticed that the rosewood fretboard is alot darker then all my other guitars with rosewood..almost reminds of brazillian)

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Amen brother...Thanks everyone

Nice guitar. Looks great, though the best part is that it's a Gibson Les Paul, IMO. The Traditional is solid, I believe, or at least isn't fully chambered.

 

I lived Omaha for a couple years on Pacific. I lived in Lincon for many, many years.

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Nice guitar. Looks great' date=' though the best part is that it's a Gibson Les Paul, IMO. The Traditional is solid, I believe, or at least isn't fully chambered.

 

I lived Omaha for a couple years on Pacific. I lived in Lincon for many, many years.[/quote']

 

Really? I used to live on Pacific for a few months at Pacific Winds apartment complex..where do you live now? (better then omaha i bet [biggrin] )

 

Its always nice to see a fellow Nebraskan...

 

ps: just saw that you in Wisconsin..Ive been up to Algoma to fish and vaca there...Fun place Milwaukee was a blast.

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I have never been happier with a guitar or in fact anything for that matter...I ve had to return guitars so many times it was getting ridi****us but this guitar is just incredible....I could not find a SINGLE flaw...everything was perfect...and the sound...omg the sound...I will never doubt the power of 57 classics again...I didnt think the sound could get better then my studio deluxe...Oh was i wrong.. ( after trying the 50's neck..i fell in love with it...im 6'3 and to me it feels great)

 

28650_1486051759218_1471628963_1210255_7565157_n.jpg

 

28650_1486051759218_1471628963_1210255_7565157_n.jpg

 

28650_1486051999224_1471628963_1210256_7545855_n.jpg

 

( i apologize for the rushed pictures..its really hot in Omaha today' date=' and i wanted to hurry so there was no temperature trauma)

 

I have never been happier, i got it new for 2030$ from American Musical, One more of many more Gibsons [cool

 

ps ( ive just noticed that the rosewood fretboard is alot darker then all my other guitars with rosewood..almost reminds of brazillian)

 

 

lovely gibby there mate, my GM sig has a 50's neck and i too am 6'2...maybe the slimmer 60's neck is more suited to short people [biggrin]

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and with a top like that you should think about losing the scratch plate :-

 

Aye, I have been thinking about that, but aren't there drilled holes from the pickguard in the traditional?

 

Thanks Bill, I'll defintley do that, I'm going to take some better, more detailed pics, and post em up! ( your avatar cracks me up man! :- ..sometimes ill just catch my self staring at it...)

 

And thanks to everyone!

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