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Old 07-16-2022, 09:52 AM
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I bought a Les Paul Tribute last year, which I love. Seeing your beauty makes me wish I sprung for the real deal! Congrats!
no worries Sal Sweetwater has a bunch instock. one's callin yer name! can't ya hear it?
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no worries Sal Sweetwater has a bunch instock. one's callin yer name! can't ya hear it?
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Rmp Ö. My brother!
I know I want one.. and I have two already..
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That satin cover is called a shroud. The only reason I know this is because Eric Clapton use to lament about his Ď59 LesPaul that had gotten nicked(stolen)which bothered him, but he really missed the brown case with the pink lining and satin shroud that laid over the guitar.
In fact, my Eastman mandolin has a shroud in its case.

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That's trivia that I didn't know Frank. Didn't realize that the originals had the shroud in the case. My Historic cases didn't come with them, but my USA SG case has one. Personally if it's not a particularly valuable guitar I cut the shroud out, it just bugs me.
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That's trivia that I didn't know Frank. Didn't realize that the originals had the shroud in the case. My Historic cases didn't come with them, but my USA SG case has one. Personally if it's not a particularly valuable guitar I cut the shroud out, it just bugs me.
Whatís really odd Rocky, is when I am perusing Reverb.com and I read of the LesPaulís for sale, there is no rhyme or reason how Gibson decides to include a shroud in its cases. I donít see the connection or criteria for their decision to include or not include a shroud.

Where have you been hiding out Rocky? Havenít seen you posting in a while.
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Old 07-27-2022, 12:05 AM
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Whatís really odd Rocky, is when I am perusing Reverb.com and I read of the LesPaulís for sale, there is no rhyme or reason how Gibson decides to include a shroud in its cases. I donít see the connection or criteria for their decision to include or not include a shroud.

Where have you been hiding out Rocky? Havenít seen you posting in a while.
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