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LP-Shaped Guitar from Gibson belonging to the Les Paul series.

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  • Excellent guitar

    Gibson Les Paul BFGPublié le 01/15/13 à 12:27
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    Manufactured in the USA, 50s rounded neck, 22 frets, 1 and 1 P90 Burstbucker

    USE

    Handle very pleasant, not too heavy, good access to acute,

    SONORITS

    In terms of sonorits: Excellent!
    Roundness and warmth of P90 rivaling the edge of the Burstbucker and intermediary position of any beauty. Although the distortion is his playground, in the sonorits are very clean thanks to the bluesy P90 ... In short an excellent guitar

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    This guitar is flat normment me, fills me with his inimitable style, and the alliance of these two microphones that in only found in high-end Gibson!
  • M has given a very bad image GIBSON USA Yeah!

    Gibson Les Paul BFGPublié le 05/27/13 à 11:57
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    Made in the USA, almost classical GIBSON:

    Channel a little beam rosewood 22 frets (not easy sweeps of the second octave of the handle ...)

    P90 neck pickup and bridge pickup Burstbucker 3 zebra (no cache ...), 2 volume 1 tone wooden buttons. Micro switch positions 3 and Killswitch.

    Easel set Tunomatic and stopbar tailpiece, Grover all black hardware.

    Body and mahogany neck, carved maple top table with room resonances (chambered body)

    She is beautiful and well painted!

    Everything (almost) been said if it is no more than a few different sets sow confusion (absence or presence of trussrod cache problem or not the killswitch etc.) ...

    It may be that the killswitch is......
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    Made in the USA, almost classical GIBSON:

    Channel a little beam rosewood 22 frets (not easy sweeps of the second octave of the handle ...)

    P90 neck pickup and bridge pickup Burstbucker 3 zebra (no cache ...), 2 volume 1 tone wooden buttons. Micro switch positions 3 and Killswitch.

    Easel set Tunomatic and stopbar tailpiece, Grover all black hardware.

    Body and mahogany neck, carved maple top table with room resonances (chambered body)

    She is beautiful and well painted!

    Everything (almost) been said if it is no more than a few different sets sow confusion (absence or presence of trussrod cache problem or not the killswitch etc.) ...

    It may be that the killswitch is wired incorrectly original! See the trick Royuth about this but I 'go back.

    By against good overall finish.

    UTILIZATION

    The whole is well-balanced, weight is much lighter than the Les Paul (I know) with the chambered body, moreover it gives the guitar a beautiful acoustic resonance!

    To handle the bin that is typical Gibson again, rather thick, acute access not easy ... One needs to get used to a little grip n 'is not great but it s' is also there. It is pleasant.

    No problem keeping the tuning for mine.

    We quickly found a good sound!

    SOUNDS

    It is a unique combination that P90 and BurstBucker choice. It is what 'm really interested and I must say that I have been served!

    The P90 is great for clean sounds (and all kinds of effects)! For more severe or crunches distos it's worse, almost more joints and the sound is "mat".

    The BurstBucker is really intended to overdrive and distos. A nice grain, enough "edge" with a big fishing.

    J really like these pickups and their combination is also great! The buttons work well and offer a wide range of sounds.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For the record I have bought at the store where I worked at the time and it's I who have received out of the box (I confirm moreover critical to the factory settings ...) . It was just as GIBSON the sent ...

    I'm long past for a madman to explain that there was a problem with this guitar, a strange electrical hum from that you do not touch the guitar ...

    Since Royuth thank you for the tip!

    Yes because the killswitch was wired wrong. But the guitar was apparently inspected (the checklist in the case was validated ...).

    It is absolutely unacceptable for me! They are the fart GIBSON USA, haha! Like what quality the serious application work vaunted ...

    I 'm still was able to accept this problem, first because I don' t seem to find the problem and then with a good noisegate I 'm going out as well as possible, while the entire planet slanderous do not able to make it sound completely!

    Since then, I have reversed the red and white cables from the selector magic killswitch and more noise. I recommend to all those who have problems with noise that they s' not explain that despite the fact that they played with MonsterCable jacks (and know a little about the instrument cables and connectors) have acquired a new who spent hours testing with other amps in different places with other electric jacks etc. ...!

    Yes, I have resented this story ... lol

    I want to clarify that I do not take my case to a general and I do not want to denigrate a brand, model or anything else, but it seemed important to say that I have lived.

    Apparently many other users of this model or brand that have been and are still very satisfied with their instruments.

    It is today the only case I can leave the ring and get the max.



    My conclusion:

    It's been a while since I have and this is clearly the most versatile of my guitars. I made the handle, I have rewired the killswitch and I 'really love to play it, it sounds to hell, is convenient to carry, light!
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  • very very happy

    Gibson Les Paul BFGPublié le 06/29/12 à 10:39
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    Everything has already been said above, a 9 seems to me quite agree is all very well for the price (used) but few finish a review but it's nothing disturbing.

    UTILIZATION

    So to use even when I put some time to get used to handle profiling asser thick and very crude, it has not really please everyone but strangely when I used to swear by him.
    So ergonomics is really perfect lightweight access to acute les paul, I do not blame the top I knew what I bought, and also to talk about the corp I have often read of someone saying that of thorn leaves the table or the handle ... no not really
    In terms of getting a good sound so easy and the p90 Burstbucker 3 gives me exactly what I needed.......
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    Everything has already been said above, a 9 seems to me quite agree is all very well for the price (used) but few finish a review but it's nothing disturbing.

    UTILIZATION

    So to use even when I put some time to get used to handle profiling asser thick and very crude, it has not really please everyone but strangely when I used to swear by him.
    So ergonomics is really perfect lightweight access to acute les paul, I do not blame the top I knew what I bought, and also to talk about the corp I have often read of someone saying that of thorn leaves the table or the handle ... no not really
    In terms of getting a good sound so easy and the p90 Burstbucker 3 gives me exactly what I needed.

    SOUNDS

    Good to dwell on the sound (it's still the most important I think.) This guitar is really perfect, far from being versatile I wanted a guitar that will give me a nice fat blues distortion to a big punchy for rock (Turbonegro, motorhead ...), although the ET Burstbucker p90 and its just amazing to cela.J 've played most often on a Line 6 Bogner valve112 lamp, but also a Randall MTS head lamp 50w, and fender blues deluxe, I never found him getting default what I wanted easily.
    Only bemol a buzz in the p90 but nothing really good handicapping.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for about a year I hesitated to take a Gretch also has in place but ultimately I do not regret my choice I certainly remake, I put a 10 because I find a bit exaggerate the opinion that this basis on a test store and located the defect of the world has a guitar so that's what it is I will not blame access to acute quite normal for a les paul or finish but their quality and interest on the brief guitar value for money in hand is really good.
    This is a guitar that I recommend to punchy rock or blues-man on acid ^ ^.
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  • Gibson Les Paul BFG

    Gibson Les Paul BFGPublié le 05/04/07 à 15:00
    I've been playing guitar for five years and decided i need a guitar to suit my ability. I play in two bands, which are both rock/metal as well as recording my own stuff.

    I bought the Les Paul BFG for £700 (around $800?) in a coda music (Hertfordshire, England). I bought the guitar as it was the best guitar i've probably ever played. Also, it was also the only Les Paul i've played that i like and that suits me style of music.

    Firstly, the unfinished finish is great. The gold unfinished feel of the wood is just to die for and it looks great just hanging from my wall. Also, the combination of the P90 and Burstbucker make a great teram when playing anything from clean blues, to full out......
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    I've been playing guitar for five years and decided i need a guitar to suit my ability. I play in two bands, which are both rock/metal as well as recording my own stuff.

    I bought the Les Paul BFG for £700 (around $800?) in a coda music (Hertfordshire, England). I bought the guitar as it was the best guitar i've probably ever played. Also, it was also the only Les Paul i've played that i like and that suits me style of music.

    Firstly, the unfinished finish is great. The gold unfinished feel of the wood is just to die for and it looks great just hanging from my wall. Also, the combination of the P90 and Burstbucker make a great teram when playing anything from clean blues, to full out metal. The action of the neck is also incredibly low and easy to play. There is no truss rod cover on this model, but it's deliberate to give it that unfinished, raw feel, which gives the axe it's own personality and character.

    The strap buttons were quite small, but they were shortlived as I replaced them with straplocks. Otherwise, i have no peroblems with this guitar.

    The construction, although unfinished, is well built with no signs of bad assembly or poor craftmenship. The guitar is made in the USA and goes to show the guitar is very well buiit.

    This guitar is amazing and well worth the money I payed for it. It's probably one the best Under £1000 ($1100?) Les Pauls i've ever played. I'd recommend it anyone who wants an axe which is both flawless and affordable.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Not enough known (Recognised)

    Gibson Les Paul BFGPublié le 02/26/12 à 00:54
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    Ultra Thin, lightweight body relative standard LP

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very crude but pleasant, we have to get used to not buy an LP sleeve having a flat and fast.

    I did change the weld Kill switch as explained in tricks. it is unacceptable for Gibson to have a finish welding (10 euros once in my guitar seller)

    SOUNDS

    The sound is huge in acute envis I had to change it so I tried various guitars on my amp with a well in the EMG81 Bursbuker3 atomizes the EMG (less cold but more power and as much precision)
    Intermediate position for the P90 + BB3 clean open well, nice.
    Position = P90's bluesy, it's good crunch amp lamps, ideal

    Basically this is a very versatile guitar

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    Ultra Thin, lightweight body relative standard LP

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very crude but pleasant, we have to get used to not buy an LP sleeve having a flat and fast.

    I did change the weld Kill switch as explained in tricks. it is unacceptable for Gibson to have a finish welding (10 euros once in my guitar seller)

    SOUNDS

    The sound is huge in acute envis I had to change it so I tried various guitars on my amp with a well in the EMG81 Bursbuker3 atomizes the EMG (less cold but more power and as much precision)
    Intermediate position for the P90 + BB3 clean open well, nice.
    Position = P90's bluesy, it's good crunch amp lamps, ideal

    Basically this is a very versatile guitar

    Personally I like it send big sound position in acute

    OVERALL OPINION

    after a big desire to change the 7-string guitar for a Luxury or a 6 string EMG to the metal. I tested, I finally keep my BFG.

    this is a very endearing guitar, it takes over 15 min test in store for an idea
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  • a look!

    Gibson Les Paul BFGPublié le 12/05/11 à 02:13
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    manufacturing States. type handle 50 '. Mahogany body with maple room table finishing a "lizard skin". It's not everyone's taste but j'apprcie touch and original cot. Finish a complete yourself, I added the outline and the micro cache trussrod. no. Otherwise, the abscence of varnish "Louis XIV" brings him a cot that j'apprcie roots. But still, the cache trussrod ...
    Stopbar, tune-o-matic, grover, the classic.
    electronics is unusual in LP: the selector instead of a tone and a killswitch in place of the selector. Mine is rewired in standart.
    Two microphones: one in BB3 bridge and a P-90 in the sleeve.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel lumberjack, I prfr a 60 'but you get it! Same for the......
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    manufacturing States. type handle 50 '. Mahogany body with maple room table finishing a "lizard skin". It's not everyone's taste but j'apprcie touch and original cot. Finish a complete yourself, I added the outline and the micro cache trussrod. no. Otherwise, the abscence of varnish "Louis XIV" brings him a cot that j'apprcie roots. But still, the cache trussrod ...
    Stopbar, tune-o-matic, grover, the classic.
    electronics is unusual in LP: the selector instead of a tone and a killswitch in place of the selector. Mine is rewired in standart.
    Two microphones: one in BB3 bridge and a P-90 in the sleeve.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel lumberjack, I prfr a 60 'but you get it! Same for the abscence of the key landmarks. you get used quickly to points on the cot of the handle.
    Access to acute Lespaulien is, if you know what I mean. The weight is present. lighter than my Cort M400 but much more than my PRS. Good strap must, but not death!
    the sound is good right now, whatever the rglages, ca send!

    Cot lctronique, mine is rewired in standart, the sudden I recupre a micro tone, and ca is important.

    SOUNDS

    On the bridge, its a rather modern accommodates many disto. crunch has ac / dc, heavy distortion or light metal, ... is its domain. a little loud and we thank the tone a little to rein in the treble.
    p-90 is round and chaud.divain the clear and very good in a blues record, but will stop at the gain, if not, it gets rough.
    Between the two micro is the big gap but it allows to consider all the config settings and all kind of music
    The combination of two microphones (+ the opportunity to play on the flight tone) offers a bit of roundness to the bridge or a bit of clarity to the neck pickup, ca dpend how we see!

    In short, the fat, heavy, gibson, but changes of the Lord 490. I could compare it with a studio, p90 is doing rather well.

    I play on a laney lamp and I love playing on volumes for a clear sound on the stick and send heavy on the bridge just by playing the selector: fadetoblackaddict:

    OVERALL OPINION

    I for 1 year. I dreamed of an LP and n'tant not a fan of the studio and not having the budget for a standart, I had to find a compromise. She should look at both of the sounds. Quality price ratio very good (mine has no default finish).
    I recommend it to someone who only plays on a guitar as she can do anything.
    If you play country music, there are the tls, + if you are very heavy metal, look LTD, but for everything else you can think of the BFG. (Must still apprcier gibson sound)
    I'm sorry it just is not in standart cable home and a handle 60 '...
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  • Gibson Les Paul BFGPublié le 06/17/07 à 14:13
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    N / C

    UTILIZATION

    Rubbish handle that hangs, no varnish, no markers

    SOUNDS

    Its very aggressive, a little more than a studio LP, there is the sound Les paul studio, disto thoroughly it becomes rough, while not on the studio

    OVERALL OPINION

    Hi all,
    I bought this Lespaul BFG Gibson was a big disappointment, the only positive, it sounds serious, but the rest zero, it looks like a bad copy Lespaul 150 euros, it is not even consistent with one that Lespaul meet other trademarks,
    the selector difficult to access, non-stick coating is very uncomfortable, ca does not slip, it acroche, and to top it all no mark on the handle, and does not take the tuning after several hours of......
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    N / C

    UTILIZATION

    Rubbish handle that hangs, no varnish, no markers

    SOUNDS

    Its very aggressive, a little more than a studio LP, there is the sound Les paul studio, disto thoroughly it becomes rough, while not on the studio

    OVERALL OPINION

    Hi all,
    I bought this Lespaul BFG Gibson was a big disappointment, the only positive, it sounds serious, but the rest zero, it looks like a bad copy Lespaul 150 euros, it is not even consistent with one that Lespaul meet other trademarks,
    the selector difficult to access, non-stick coating is very uncomfortable, ca does not slip, it acroche, and to top it all no mark on the handle, and does not take the tuning after several hours of games,
    an Epiphone LP Custom is well above in quality and finish, I reported the next day the store of purchase for the change with a studio LP, I had to add 300 euros more but I do not reget ca n has nothing to do, I was ready to take the place an Epiphone LP Custom,
    In conclusion, this is a scam LP BFG,
    DO NOT BUY
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  • Gibson Les Paul BFGPublié le 06/22/07 à 07:26
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    Gibson Les Paul BFG made in United States
    22 frets
    Grover
    Stop bar and tune o matic bridge nut
    50 rounded sleeves
    Table maple body and mahogany neck
    Rosewood
    P90 in a sleeve, zebra bridge Burstbucker
    2 volume knobs, one tone and a kill switch (it's funny that)

    What a les paul!

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is not varnish (like any guitar for that matter)
    At first it seems odd to the touch but you get used very quickly and now I find it really very nice!

    Good access to acute = les paul, so voila, no more!

    SOUNDS

    Ha sound! I do all this rock tou ca

    Well I branch into a peavey classic30 (sometimes coupled with a Vox Tonelab SE).

    The P90 is super hot and rather......
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    Gibson Les Paul BFG made in United States
    22 frets
    Grover
    Stop bar and tune o matic bridge nut
    50 rounded sleeves
    Table maple body and mahogany neck
    Rosewood
    P90 in a sleeve, zebra bridge Burstbucker
    2 volume knobs, one tone and a kill switch (it's funny that)

    What a les paul!

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is not varnish (like any guitar for that matter)
    At first it seems odd to the touch but you get used very quickly and now I find it really very nice!

    Good access to acute = les paul, so voila, no more!

    SOUNDS

    Ha sound! I do all this rock tou ca

    Well I branch into a peavey classic30 (sometimes coupled with a Vox Tonelab SE).

    The P90 is super hot and rather fat, specific settings are therefore needed, but sounds as good. With a bit of crunch sound quickly becomes "fit in".

    The intermediate position is very interesting in the clear. There are sounds very funky I think. Reggae also sounds.

    The double Burstbucker: then with that there, you can send the sauce. Grosse disto without problems. But with less gain (type rock'n'roll), ca does too much.
    In his clear, micro sounds like "double bridge". As its dry enough so typical of the double bridges.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for almost two weeks, and I was really starting to love the scratches.
    I once had an ibanez RG2620 prestige and I am not at all unhappy with the change. I find its more accurate than the ibanez (which had yet IBZ pickups / di Marzio!)

    I wanted a guitar without vibrato, and I turned to Gibson like, and then I saw the scratches to 1100 euros in tho-tho. The combination of micro, style and my budget stuck with this model, then ....

    This is a great choice for me!

    EDIT 22/06/2007: It is now 4 months and I use the bfg my opinion is very positive. I did 6 concerts, twenty repeated with more home use ... The guitar sounds very well for my taste, I love the P90, it's fairly crude fat comes out. The bridge pickup terrible distortion, and the combination of two plain.

    The holding of the agreement is still good. Short, but fun to use each

    PS: I do not understand the opinion of "executor"!
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  • Gibson Les Paul BFGPublié le 08/08/07 à 10:35
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    BFG is the Les Paul guitar amricaine
    22 frets, neck pickup and p90 in an easel in Burstbucker
    typical stop-bar bridge
    big round nice round

    UTILIZATION

    C gibson is good handle so if you're not used my last c is average but I adore it so that the varnish is not boring.
    Paul trains access to the very acute way ^ ^
    Its not too bad but do not hold up over a les paul studio

    SOUNDS

    Its pretty straight forward and drooling when you push a little ... The Studio is a thousand times better
    J'joue hard rock blues jazz guitar and be a bit cete prs blues, not jazz, but hard and well.
    Worse crunch sounds not send wrong with the p90 torp but if you want the p90 j'conseille rather......
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    BFG is the Les Paul guitar amricaine
    22 frets, neck pickup and p90 in an easel in Burstbucker
    typical stop-bar bridge
    big round nice round

    UTILIZATION

    C gibson is good handle so if you're not used my last c is average but I adore it so that the varnish is not boring.
    Paul trains access to the very acute way ^ ^
    Its not too bad but do not hold up over a les paul studio

    SOUNDS

    Its pretty straight forward and drooling when you push a little ... The Studio is a thousand times better
    J'joue hard rock blues jazz guitar and be a bit cete prs blues, not jazz, but hard and well.
    Worse crunch sounds not send wrong with the p90 torp but if you want the p90 j'conseille rather the classic SG or les paul double cutaway

    OVERALL OPINION

    I ssay quite a Gibson (Les Paul, custom etc) but this is one of the worst, the only positive is that the look is dmentiel ...
    RAPORT quality price: OOOOOOOOUH no ... the les paul epiphone cutomer a friend ... sounds better limit
    DEFINITIONS not good at buying, I dcu t, gibson is my brand prfr but then the model c ...
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  • Gibson Les Paul BFGPublié le 08/14/07 à 13:18
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    Manufactures in the United States with 22 frets on the back of the handle portion suprieure
    P90 a serious microphone pickup Burstbucker zebra
    tune o matic bridge a / stop bar
    2 volume knobs and one tonalitbr /> sleeve round neck 50's style

    UTILIZATION

    The handle as the whole guitar is not painted but trs enjoyable even for a regular fender handles (handle such crude is also not new for fans of strat forms)
    AIGS Access in all bodies is the same type Les Paul
    the guitar is a Les Paul + lgre traditional: it is perfectly ergonomic balance and
    what is striking about the sound, is the depth of bass and sustain ... IDAL to play rock, blues, heavy metal and hard rock

    SOUNDS

    I......
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    Manufactures in the United States with 22 frets on the back of the handle portion suprieure
    P90 a serious microphone pickup Burstbucker zebra
    tune o matic bridge a / stop bar
    2 volume knobs and one tonalitbr /> sleeve round neck 50's style

    UTILIZATION

    The handle as the whole guitar is not painted but trs enjoyable even for a regular fender handles (handle such crude is also not new for fans of strat forms)
    AIGS Access in all bodies is the same type Les Paul
    the guitar is a Les Paul + lgre traditional: it is perfectly ergonomic balance and
    what is striking about the sound, is the depth of bass and sustain ... IDAL to play rock, blues, heavy metal and hard rock

    SOUNDS

    I play blues, heavy mtal, jazz / rock
    p 90 allows for sounds like vintage crunch and easily saturated
    Burstbucker allows the most current and sound aggressive, but more rough when the saturation is maximum
    I use a Peavey Classic 30: its clear, there is a strong prsence of serious
    allows incursions jazz, even so sr guitar is not "target" jazz
    the crunch sound is excellent, with a rounded idalie for the blues
    Finally, if I use the muff electro harmonix mtal, regardless of the microphone, guitar
    reached for which she is Designed: big sound, sustain galore!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this scratching for 2 months, just to Drout dpart its lack of finish (Gibson plays the card into an object of the thousand places iconoclastic Paul ond table Saddle e, or "bird-eye" and is free of dtails that increase the price) the table is so "raw" it looks like a battlefield hollows and bumps guaranteed ... Drout what fans of the old Les Paul (ditto for the lack of polish and truss-rod cover ... but the pice only costs a few euros!) however, the know-how Gibson is pr feels in manufacturing: the sound is impressive, the ergonomics are perfect. what more? I find the report qualitprix remarkable. we can make all the comparisons of the world regret the LP Dad and Grandpa ... the object has a smell, a raw look vintage / custom and sound that make it a beautiful guitar as effective. we can attach as much as the purists / iconoltres the flee ...
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