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Old 10-22-2008, 09:05 PM   #31
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Obviously they decided to do brain surgery the moment he said he liked the banjo!
You guys are killing me here.
Yes, I do play the banjo, as well as mandolin and guitar.
My son is a much better guitar player than me though. Check him out.
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Old 10-22-2008, 09:38 PM   #32
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Since were talking about guitars. My collection is,

1958 Les Paul Junior
1959 Les Paul Junior
1981 Les Paul Sunburst Heritage elite
1995 Les Paul Sunburst Jimmy Page model ( one of the first 50 made)
1999 Paul Reed Smith McCarty Model
2000 Les Paul 59 Historic
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Also a couple of newer fenders and an 80's Kramer( Van Halen Style) for shredding...


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Old 10-23-2008, 07:14 AM   #33
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Since were talking about guitars. My collection is,

1958 Les Paul Junior
1959 Les Paul Junior
1981 Les Paul Sunburst Heritage elite
1995 Les Paul Sunburst Jimmy Page model ( one of the first 50 made)
2000 Les Paul 59 Historic
2001 Les Paul 59 Historic
2003 Les Paul 59 Historic
Gotta thing for Les Pauls, eh? I can't blame you...they were my first love, before I played my first high-quality Stratocaster. (A lot of them aren't high quality!)
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Old 10-23-2008, 10:26 AM   #34
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You guys are killing me here.
Yes, I do play the banjo, as well as mandolin and guitar.
My son is a much better guitar player than me though. Check him out.
MySpace.com - Mike Grisafi - Ephrata, Pennsylvania - Progressive / Rock / Fusion - www.myspace.com/mikegrisafi
Your son sounds like a great player..those clips on his myspace are really nice. That Vai cover is pretty dam tight!
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Old 10-23-2008, 12:22 PM   #35
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Gotta thing for Les Pauls, eh? I can't blame you...they were my first love, before I played my first high-quality Stratocaster. (A lot of them aren't high quality!)
They are the finest guitars in the world. Especially from the years 1958-1960.
The sunburst model was priced at around $250 back then. Many can now fetch upwards of $500,000.

I like the Fender model. I have a few, but nothing compares to the look and sound of a Les Paul sunburst guitar.
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Old 10-23-2008, 03:07 PM   #36
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I grew up in a musical family. Played trumpet through high school and college and even some gigs after. Dabble with piano.

But just recently bought a Les Paul Special to start learning guitar. Its fun, you can sit there for hours and just enjoy learning.
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Old 10-23-2008, 11:11 PM   #37
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They are the finest guitars in the world. Especially from the years 1958-1960.
The sunburst model was priced at around $250 back then. Many can now fetch upwards of $500,000.

I like the Fender model. I have a few, but nothing compares to the look and sound of a Les Paul sunburst guitar.
'cept for maybe a goldtop.
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'cept for maybe a goldtop.
Goldtops aren't really that close interms of price. A real 58-60 Sunburst Les Paul will get considerable more than A Goldtop Les Paul. There were only about 1700 Sunburst guitars made through those years. Out of that 1700, maybe 1000 left. Very valuable instuments. I've had a couple of vintage goldtops. Also very nice guitars. It's a Les Paul....
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Old 10-24-2008, 01:41 AM   #39
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I play a bit

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thats a 2003 Peavey Transtube, an Ibanez RG370, a Fender Stratocaster and my painted Epiphone Les Paul. The Acoustic is an Ibanez AE10 and the sunburst strat is a cheap knockoff I got when I was 13.
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Old 10-24-2008, 02:02 AM   #40
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I play a bit. Mostly just acoustic strumming kinda stuff that drunk people think is funny at parties.


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