I read a couple pages looking, can you point it out? Because if it is a parts employee guitar getting that plate would have been pretty tough. Not impossible though.
Here you go Rich - it's a fair ways down the second page: here's a link right to that post, #22 of the thread.I read a couple pages looking, can you point it out? Because if it is a parts employee guitar getting that plate would have been pretty tough. Not impossible though.
I've got that poor old pickguard tucked away. It was in roughed-up shape for sure.The reason I asked about the serial number was to see if it was an 87, because I had to read this thread a couple of times to get all the details. I see that the volume knob is in the post 1990 position, but I further see that you did that on purpose. I probably would have it to remain original as possible and have the volume in the original LNG 1987 position.
Because when I saw that plus, and my eyes can be playing tricks on me from some of the old pics, I could swear I saw some yellow in some of the scar pockets. Also, the radius on the edges of the guitar, LNG's had smoother/rounder radius on the edge. So, I was wondering if it could have possibly been a refinished DY.
Good question; that's one I'll have to see if I can get an answer on - been some time since I contacted that fellow.I read that.
Was this guy an Efkay employee or a HUSA employee?
This 12 additional "guitars" that were built not numbered didn't register at the time because I didn't mention anything about it.