It's a museum piece. Gold tops aren't really my thing, but if I found an old Nocaster in that shape I'd be in tearsI guess if you are a collector it is an interesting pickup. It is certainly in phenomenal condition. Just my personal preference but I find it very unappealing.
There's a thread on TGP about it tooGood grief.
Since it's untouched... is it any good? And by that I mean was it unplayed because it's a dead piece of wood with a very pretty finish, or was it completely forgotten about?
Either way, that's clean as a whistle.
LOLOf course you do.
I'm not sure why you even opened this thread ,or am I ?
LOLhahaha...my "88 will be due next year.
The shame I have is the feeling that I think it will play and sound *more or less* like most of my other guitars....and my dream that all my playing deficiencies are due to my instruments, will be lost forever.Super cool. I'd love to try it...
The shame is that I have a feeling it's going to play like butter and sound glorious whether it does or doesn't. I hate that....I need to touch!!!