On Sale LPjr Kits in Solid Mahogany $135 and Spalted Maple $145

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  1. rmolsonguitars

    rmolsonguitars Active Member Staff Member

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    The all mahogany body/neck is just $135.00 plus $30.00 for USPS Insured S/H These have a two piece body/one piece neck except for a small piece added top the heel.

    The spalted maple body/neck is just $145.00 plus the $30.00 S/H

    Email me if you are interested at [email protected]



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    fullonshred Well-Known Member

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    That spalt looks nice.
     
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    Very tempting. Easy way to build a custom Jr.
     
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    Do you have any routed for P90(s) with wraptail bridge?

    Wouldn't these be more akin to a Special model than a Jr since they are routed for two pickups? I guess you could cover the neck route with a pickguard.
     
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    rmolsonguitars Active Member Staff Member

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    None with P90's but could add some to a future production run if someone wanted about 6 of them.
     
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    Any leftys available?
     
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    rmolsonguitars Active Member Staff Member

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    Just a couple of right hand spalted maple are left in stock along with a couple LP arched top with spalted maple.
     
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    Nice. What is the weight?
     
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    So very tempting...Wish I could spring for it.
     
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    stevebway Metaphysician & Ham

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    Please post Double Cutaway pics.
     
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    rmolsonguitars Active Member Staff Member

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    Hi, the weight is right at 7 pounds with hardware.
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    I will start another thread with the Double Cutaway pics

    Thanks

    Robert
     
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    Do these kits come with hardware and electronics?
     
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    Why the 2pc heel? Wouldn't the headstock angle allow for a 1pc neck/heel.. or is the head stock a separate piece?
     
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    rmolsonguitars Active Member Staff Member

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    Hi,

    I only have the model with the spalted maple top left.
    I throw in a free medium quality generic hardware set
    with electronics. You can upgrade any parts you want.

    Thanks

    Robert
     
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    anymore carved top LP's left?
     
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    rmolsonguitars Active Member Staff Member

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    These are in the price range of the kits with the necks that have the curf joint at the third fret. In manufacturing thousands of guitars you can either waste tons of wood or add a little 1/2 piece to the heel. Most people I know would rather not have a glue joint at the headstock and for this price there is not much to complain about.

    I am down to just a couple of the spalted LPjr Specials that I have left.
    They are just $145.00 plus $30.00 for USPS Insured S/H

    Email me at [email protected] if you want one.

    Thanks

    Robert M Olson

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    What I have left is just the spalted maple model.

    They are $240.00 plus $30.00 USPS Insured S/H

    I do throw in a free medium quality hardware set
    Has some four wire generic EMG copy humbuckers.
    Has Asian Grover tuners.

    Email me at [email protected] if interested.

    Thanks

    Robert M Olson

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