I was correct, I found the same model. I have seen one in flamed Korina/Limba wood that was absolutely breathtaking. Sadly , they are long out of...
my best guess is it is a US Masters Hornet. Compare the body to this one...
Yes, the mahogany is always of a higher quality on the 61' RI.
I hear you but the odds of Epiphone using solid slabs on a G400 are remote. Not that it's not a great guitar, it's just the price point vs. the...
It's done with paper thin veneer and a vacuum system. The only guitar that Epiphone China and Korea ever made with a solid maple slab top was the...
Hello, It's just a very thin veneer and they were able to bend it over the side contours. Looks great though. I had one of these back then.
The bridge is correct. A Nashville as was used on the 61 RI of the period.
oops, double post
Those EHX tube pedals are incredible! Great score.
My 2010 Iced Tea G400 has no veneer.
There's nothing quite like that 12 cylinder roar.
1959 Ferrari Superamerica 400 coupe.
I've owned several standards and specials. The one difference I've noted is the standards generally had a little more attention to detail on fret...
You can't deny the talents of Mr. Rossington on the SG. His slide was as smooth as Mr. Allman's in the sounds of the southland. This SG is...
True. My 2011 Standard has one of those Costa Rican TKL style cases. It's easily twice as heavy and much sturdier than the Canadian version.
SG P90 bliss.
I'll take a Nashville over an ABR-1 any day of the week. Longer intonation window, no stripped thread holes in mahogany, rarely bent posts, you...
Absolutely incredible. Clarity, depth, full tube warmth, and a nice bit of low end thump. Clean it is just like SRV's Riviera Paradise. Big Muff...
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