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The body has a maple top with mahogany backwood. The neck is mahogany with a rosewood fretboard. I don't remember what type of pickups I had put in, but I believe an older Gibson type.  They seem quite hot and I might actually have them switched for something less hot one of these days.  This guitar is very heavy (weight) and is by far the easiest playing guitar I have and also the best sustaining one.  I have a lot of guitars in my collection including Gibsons, Fenders, Epiphones, and a Jackson to compare it to.  

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7 hours ago, douginbkk said:

The body has a maple top with mahogany backwood. The neck is mahogany with a rosewood fretboard. I don't remember what type of pickups I had put in, but I believe an older Gibson type.  They seem quite hot and I might actually have them switched for something less hot one of these days.  This guitar is very heavy (weight) and is by far the easiest playing guitar I have and also the best sustaining one.  I have a lot of guitars in my collection including Gibsons, Fenders, Epiphones, and a Jackson to compare it to.  

So the wood combination is the same as a Les Paul.  Since it's so heavy I guess he didn't do any kind of weight relief (chambering etc.)?  I'm curious cause I just bought a 2013 LP Standard with "modern weight relief".  Still fairly heavy but not like the old ones.  Sounds like you have a great collection!

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