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awel

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You should test the guitar before you buy it. If it buzzes because the bridge isn't grounded don't buy it. I'm always a bit stunned by all these claims that "I just bought a $4000 Gibson and the nut is crap, the finish is crap, the binding is crap, the electronics are crap and the fret work is crap..." If all that stuff is crap... what the hell did you buy it for?

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Pics yes !!!!!!!!! And don't forget to stain it with new blue jeans !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! [flapper][scared] :unsure: [crying][lol] ........

 

I love my Trad.....The tuners are weak, two broke on mine, just replaced them.......57 PUs, awesome.........

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Pics yes !!!!!!!!! And don't forget to stain it with new blue jeans !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! [flapper][scared] :unsure: [crying][lol] ........

 

I love my Trad.....The tuners are weak, two broke on mine, just replaced them.......57 PUs, awesome.........

 

[flapper] Now I am always playing naked, just to be sure [woot]

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Pics yes !!!!!!!!! And don't forget to stain it with new blue jeans !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! [flapper][scared] :unsure: [crying][lol] ........

 

I love my Trad.....The tuners are weak, two broke on mine, just replaced them.......57 PUs, awesome.........

 

[flapper] Now I am always playing naked, just to be sure [woot]

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Congrats pretty guitar - I've had a Traditional Pro for a year or so anl love it, no issues of any kind so far.

 

I'm thinking about a TP Gold top or Wine red to replace one of my to be sold Studios. I like the 60s neck and that BB3. Glad you like yours.

 

Awel, looks like you scored well. Congrats.

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