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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-06-2012, 10:46 PM Thread Starter
 
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FT: GMW Custom Superstrat

Considering trading my GMW guitar for a Gibson Les Paul. I have never really been a Floyd guy, and when I originally had Lee start building this guitar I had a few other guitars, including 2 Les Paul's, so fixed bridges were all covered, only got this guitar with a Floyd because superstrats look as naked without them as cherryburst Les Paul's look hideous with them lol, IMO. I need a fixed bridge, I don't even use the Floyd.

Anyhow, the guitar is dead mint, plays phenomenally, and light as a feather.

Specs:
Alder SS Body (Jackson Soloist)
Maple neck/fingerboard, 12" - 16" compound radius with 22 jumbo frets
Chrome Hardware (OFR non recessed, Grover mini tuners)
Duncan Custom Custom
Dunlop strap locks
Finish screams 80's
Scalloped neck heel
OHSC

The neck is oil finished, very fast, it's basically a Charvel San Dimas neck profile, I owned this guitar along with a USA pro mod Charvel, and this things neck smoked it, and those are some nice necks. It's an awesome guitar

These are pics Lee Garver sent me at the end of production
http://m307.photobucket.com/albums/rob61872/GMW

I'd like to trade it for Gibson Les Paul Traditional with a 60's neck, an older Gibson Les Paul Classic with a 60's neck, not the new ones, already have one actually, or a Gibson Les Paul Standard with a 60's neck. Only color I wouldn't consider is a cherry sunburst. Tobacco, ebony, gold tops preferably. Don't mind some players wear, but it does need to be in perfect playing condition. Duncan pickups would be a plus.

I'd only trade this guitar for the Les Paul's mentioned, or another GMW strat with a string thru fixed bridge, tunamatic preferably, or a vintage tremolo.

Thanks
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-07-2012, 11:55 AM Thread Starter
 
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Re: FT: GMW Custom Superstrat

Sorry.... I would also consider a MIJ Edwards Les Paul and $300, used to own one and still can't believe I let it go for a 1991 RG550.
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