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Discussion in 'Guitar Owners Clubs' started by J_Okay, Dec 16, 2012.
I think there's a club missing here, so post up your les Paul copies! Here's my Westwood.
I have one, but no pictures. It's a jay turser.
I'm in, and it's a 'Silvertone' Session Master Pro, SSL3 (Indonesia). This Vintage Sunburst copy was made about 2003, and weighs 8 lbs., 2 oz.
Custom switching/wiring, Seymour Duncan PRails. Aria Pro II modified.
This is my MIC Burny LPC, it plays better than my Gibson, the humbuckers are hotter too.
My SX Callisto Gold P90
Thought I would give update regarding this MIC guitar, for anyone on the fence about getting one of these. I stripped out the cheap mini pots. That was the only cheap parts on the whole guitar.
There is no need to change out the switch or Jack as they are quality swichcraft branded. The pickups sound good quality I am keeping those too. The bridge is gotoh and the tuners are grovers. I feel like I stole it.
I am in with an Xaviere XV-550 LP Florentine copy.
Bernie Marsden SE. Looks and plays better than it sounds, unfortunately, but it's on my to-do list for a complete re-wiring and pup replacement - probably Demarzio EJs.
One of my all-time favorite guitars, an Agile AL-3010se:
Here's my Bad Cat Unicorn Vintage
My Agile 3010SE Black
Monoprice Route 66 Goldtop
ammoon Les Paul copy
Not sure why the pic isn't showing up in my original post. So here it is again.
My BadCat Vintage Standard
Jay Turser JT200 Vine transparent purple w/ SD JB in the bridge, roller bridge & Les Trem.
I have an ltd ec401v with the dimarzio 36ths
It scratches my les paul itch.
Stuck at home with time starting to take on an oppressive air in these interesting times we live in I've been looking for things to occupy my mind, well just my attention morethat anything.
I bought a decent pair of Alnico V 4 wire HBs at christmas and those a touch microphonic LP style replicas in my BadCat LP copy are really grating on my nerves.
I think you can see where this is going, well went.
What a difference they make, fantastic.
Shame I've no idea what make they are. For some reason I believed they were Seymour Duncans as ai browsed pickups on Amazon, it's the reason I decided to buy them. Of course, they're some mysterious non branded kit the I bought from Amazon, that's the best I can say except they look surprisingly good yet sound much, much better
Wierd how the cutaway makes or breaks the look of some of these
I dooooooo love a good quality MIJ copy.
First one is early 90's plain top Burny RLC-70 LP Custom. My #1 LP.
The flame top is also an early 90's Burny LG75-GR LP. Currently set to open G for slide.
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Wow,I've never heard of these but those are two stunning looking guitars you have.The last couple of pics of the flame top are especially nice,looks like a beautiful guitar.
I love the traditional plastic tuners and the lack of a scratch plate.This is simply a personal opinion but I always feel the custom LPs and SGs for that matter are a little too ostentatious or gaudy might be more appropriate but again just my opinion. How can you improve on that flametop in the bottom 2 pics