Re: B guitars New York?? Oh help!!
Found Paul's post, so I'll try to expand it a little. This guitar was originally bought used at a music store near an Air Force base, so it could have come from anywhere. Bolt on neck with four screws. It has a violin quality (I'm a maker) curly maple board stained to match the maple cap on the body. Excellent fret-work, it plays like a dream. Active split humbuckers, very hot, 3 position switch. Wilkerson? roller tremelo. Body is mahogany with a curly maple cap. The input jack is in a recess cut about 1x2" into the back of the body about 3 inches below the strap button. Don't think Lou Gramm's signature counts for much.... I've had the neck off, there is no serial number or anything to indicate who the maker was. Every indication is this is a custom built guitar by a (very good) New York luthier... question is, who? If any of you might know, it would be appreciated... it's quite a mystery. Thanks, Chuck.