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NGD: Les Paul Traditional.

It's beautiful, it plays really well, sounds enormous, sustains great, I love it.

Still getting used to the feel of having the the strings further away from the body than my other guitars. Also the feel on my anchor finger is different than on flatter guitars. It's 9 lbs 3 oz so heavier than anything I've owned. A bit to get used to but loving it so far.


 

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Yes, nice looking Lester.

The only thing I would change is the knobs. I'm partial to top-hats. But that's just a personal opinion kinda thing.
 
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I'm envious. Congrat's!

Great photo's of a beautiful piece of imo iconic rock 'n' roll class.
 
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NGD: Les Paul Traditional.

It's beautiful, it plays really well, sounds enormous, sustains great, I love it.

Still getting used to the feel of having the the strings further away from the body than my other guitars. Also the feel on my anchor finger is different than on flatter guitars. It's 9 lbs 3 oz so heavier than anything I've owned. A bit to get used to but loving it so far.


Beautiful and beautiful pics too.
 

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NGD: Les Paul Traditional.

It's beautiful, it plays really well, sounds enormous, sustains great, I love it.

Still getting used to the feel of having the the strings further away from the body than my other guitars. Also the feel on my anchor finger is different than on flatter guitars. It's 9 lbs 3 oz so heavier than anything I've owned. A bit to get used to but loving it so far.


Really nice bookmatch.
 
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