Added some Gibson Nickel Pickup Covers and a Les Paul Custom Pickguard, a fresh set of .010’s a restrung the way I like. I like the look.
A great playing guitar. Probably the best Studio LP that I’ve owned because I favor the ‘50’s neck on this guitar. Similar to the necks on all of my current...
I’m running CTS AlNico’s in my ‘68 Super Reverb and using an elMo OD pedal and a Stratocaster tuned a 1/2 step down and I think that I’m getting pretty good SRV tones.
For new and fairly inexpensive speaker for SRV tone, try an Alessandro GASC-64 speaker.
I had the 12” GASC-64 in a vintage BF...
it would be a tough decision between my ‘67 Vibrolux Reverb and my ‘68 Super Reverb. Both amps are black-line (BF circuit) and are drip-edge amps. Both amps are roughly 35 watts and 6L6 powered.
The Super gets more play-time, so it may have a slight edge.
Me to, I had a 2001 ‘57 RI Custom that was heavily used and abused. This one appears to have rarely made it out of the case. Basically a mint condition guitar.
The Coppertop Studio still intrigues me though, apparently it’s kind of rare, a cool color, a big comfortable 50’s neck, non-weight...
Just picked up this Class-5H and a couple of Les Pauls today. This is basically a new and never played C-5H.
I had a 2012 Class-5 Combo that I sold 5 years ago. Thought this would be worth another try. I have a 1x12 cab with a Greenback that will be my initial test. Store photo.
I currently have an Marshall Astoria Classic and an Origin 50. Both amps are more old school Marshall’s in tone. The Astoria is running KT66’s and the Origin EL34’s.
I’d love to also own a JMP or 1987x or JTM30 RI or a vintage 50 watt Marshall to complete my collection.
I’ve come to realize...
I own 7 guitars and I don’t think that I could pick my absolute favorite. All are different and all have their own tones and feel. I’m finally happy with all my guitars.
Probably my two nicest (most expensive) guitars are two my Gibson Custom Shop guitars, a R7 and a R8.