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    Quote Originally Posted by CraigSt.Clair View Post
    Ha, the bottle of Jack is too big for the dispenser mate!!!!!

    It's an Epiphone E Series Nuclear Les Paul Xtreme. They were a limited run in like 2003 or something and they high specd the fudge out of it, good wood and pickups, it has an odd headstock shape and logo on it too. They weren't very popular tbh cos of the finish, this one is the US version, the UK one had a pearloid body.

    It sounds a little more metal than other Les Pauls so I like it a lot like.
    The pearloid one was my first guitar. Sat in a hardcase back home. So freakin heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamM View Post
    can't see anything
    Fixed it dude
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atlasmma View Post
    The pearloid one was my first guitar. Sat in a hardcase back home. So freakin heavy.
    Nice!!!! Hows it sound?
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    I seem to remember it sounded okay. Quite a beefy sound, but I only have single coils to compare it to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atlasmma View Post
    I seem to remember it sounded okay. Quite a beefy sound, but I only have single coils to compare it to.
    ah right, If I get sorted money wise I may have to make you an offer for it
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    A man never sells his first guitar! No matter how unused or ghey looking it is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atlasmma View Post
    A man never sells his first guitar! No matter how unused or ghey looking it is!
    Ha fair point
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    My full guitar history is pretty modest.
    Started with a Marlin Sidewinder Bass in 1986. Can't remember what happened to that.

    My first six string guitar was a Honer Les Paul copy in 1988.
    In 1990 fell from my Lead Singers shoulders while playing, while we were emulating Angus Young / Bon Scott.
    that warped the neck and the fret board later fell off.
    So my first guitar went in a skip.

    Replaced that with a Black Washburn with my first locking trem in about 1992. I did most of my serious learning on that.

    In about 1998 IO paid my own hard earned cash for a guitar for the first time. A basically Strat chaped Dean (very underspoken for a Dean) with gold coloured metal work. I still own that but I've given it to my 10 year old who's starting lessing on it.

    Bought a second hand 36 fret washburn soon after, which was a beast. Sold that on for a profit later.

    Then I bought the Strat in about 2002 for 1200. worth every penny, but took some explaining to the wife. I was only out window shopping with a mate.

    Then a couple of years ago I added a Jackson DK-2S with this finish on it. http://www.wikizic.org/Jackson-Dinky.../gallery-1.htm

    Would like to replace the cheap Acoustic I picked up along the way with something really nice, and probably a Les Paul Standard at some point too.

    What about other players, what guitars have you had?

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