Do you have some pictures?
I used to live by Dan. He cut the guard and I installed one of of his tail pieces on my number one.
Thanks Dan is great.
It doesn’t look like finish is original to me.
I didn’t do the work myself. But I would think you would sand flush.
Thanks. Good luck
They all seem to have black dots
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The bursts from 58 to 60 did for sure. Not sure about SGs. I had them put on my melody maker that I had renecked. I love the way they look. [ATTACH]
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This one says it’s a refinish so not really comparable. Also it appears to be later as the control cavity is bigger.
Does it have PAFs or patent number pickups in it. Wow you scored.
this is cool and has some insight into rarity.
10.5k for large guard, t top pickups with 1 9/16 nut width seems to make sense. I will say the rarity of something makes it much harder to...
There was overlap in patent number and t tops in 1965. Given that they have the 1 5/8 nut width they would be earlier in the year. There are no...
The 1965s at Norm’s had had patent number pickups and the transitional 1 5/8 nut width. If I recall correctly.
One of the buyers in the thread posted earlier bought one of Norm’s guitars and indicates he paid 25k. Of course the market goes up and down so...
1966 Melody Maker converted to a “melody maker special”
Guitar renecked with binding using the original board
New pickguard and bridge from...
Yes I’m a loser. Stayed in and watched New Years coverage on tv. I’m old. Lol
I was watching him play it last night in tv. It impossible to tell for sure from the pics.
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