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Gibson Explorer (muddy sounding), Gibson SG, (thin and weak sounding) and as much as it pains me to say it because it is an absolute work of art,...
I would be very happy with that top. Beautiful!
If I didn't have to buy an engagement ring shortly this would be mine already!
Bump and bookmark.
Don't tell me I'm going to have to buy this thing back again! lol.
Bump for a good guy to do business with. It's a great guitar!
Just PM'd you but couldn't tell if my picture went through. This is the Carvin I was referring to:
Not sure if the pic from my pm came through so I'm reattaching it here.
This is pretty close to the next thing I'm going to have Carvin build me. Great top.
Nice top. If I could do mine again I'd go with the no show neck too. I'll also say that I traded my DC 727 (same specs as yours except a swamp ash...
Mahogany body. I think Suhr calls it Les Paul brown.
Another pic that shows the depth of the top a little better. It's kind of like staring into the ocean at dusk.
That guitar looks really cool. What's up with the two highest strings though?
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I don't think there's any such thing as redundant guitars. I have two Les Paul Customs that are completely different in sound and feel.