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so if you fancy a reissue of a guitar they never made in a colour they never used then it probably isn't too overpriced.
Cheers guys. It's day 4 of not being able to swallow and I'm losing a lot of weight - which would be fine but I was only 9.5st to begin with! Who knew tonsillitis was this nasty?!
I know! I'll attack it with a jigsaw!http://i611.photobucket.com/albums/tt192/p1eces/Mobile%20Uploads/20140227_134942.jpg Ooh, no. That doesn't look right.
I know! I'll attack it with a jigsaw!
Ooh, no. That doesn't look right.
@WezV - thanks so much for that pic! My Lucy (which I may christen 'Loosely') is a brighter red in daylight but I can't seem to capture it on the camera phone. It was the installation of the rotomatics that really made it start to look 'right'.
breakstuff;199719" said:Nice job Danny.I've been following this thread as I've got a Vintage Lemon Drop that I'm stripping back to bare wood.Not an easy job.How difficult was it to remove the top vaneer to reveal the wood below?
Ah pickups. That's had me scratching my head a bit. The existing Wilkinson ones have that really naff 80s looking Wilkinson logo on them.As the guitar has been out of action so long, I kind of forgot how good sounding they are and I started daydreaming about buying replacements.BUT I've strung it up and plugged it in today and they really do sound fine.So I might just get some replacement axesrus nickel PAF covers so that I can get rid of the horrid logo.I want to gig it for the first time on Sunday so it will stay as it is for a short while at least.