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Deliriumcoffee

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  1. So I’ve owned a couple of Gibson Les Paul standards and had no issue with turning the thumb screws on the TOM bridges after putting a slack on the strings. However with my custom core I’m having a lot of issues turning the bridge thumbscrews even after putting a bunch of slack on the strings. Is there some special way of lowering the bridge on these gotoh TOM’s? Maybe I just need to put more elbow grease into it ha ha. Any tips would be appreciated thank you!
  2. Holy crap that thing is beautiful
  3. Hello all, I’m new here! In real life two of my favorite things are coffee and guitar. I just recently bought a custom core h-150 in dirty lemon burst… I posted some pics in another thread, here’s one of the pics of from my NGD lol
  4. Yeah ok this is bar none the best guitar I’ve ever held/played lol
  5. I see where you’re coming from. Don’t get me wrong though — if people like them that’s more power to them, there’s obviously a market for them. I just wanted to know if I was missing out on anything else by foregoing going artisan aged. Thanks for your input.
  6. hello ! This is my first post on this forum, nice to meet you all. I just ordered a custom core h-150 in dirty lemon burst, super stoked, really happy with the top (hand selected by CME). super stoked to get it tomorrow. I got a Non artisan custom core — I thought artisans looked nice but wasn’t a deal breaker to me and from the relic’d guitars I’ve played in the past, I haven’t liked them more than non relic’d instruments. here’s my question — other than the appearance, is there any reason to opt for artisan over non artisan? The custom core h-150 is the first guitar I’ve spent this kind of $$$ on, so I just wanted to make sure I’ve made the right decision, so to speak…. Thanks in advance!
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