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    Cool NYNGD: New Year's New Guitar Days! NYNGD #2018-2

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    Welcome to Day 2 of my annual New Year's New Guitar Days (NYNGD)!

    Hi all! Thanks for the kind words and comments on yesterday's NYNGD #2018-1!

    If you're not familiar or didn't stop by yesterday, here's what this is all about: Every year, I am a slacker about keeping my Guitar Gallery up to date... So, as a fun holiday thing, let's launch a guitar in the Guitar Gallery each day as we ring in 2019! Standard caveat: In the past I've received PM's about my collection and whether I play all of these guitars. My answer is here!

    Alright... shut the heck up Jeff and let's get going with the next guitar!

    Today's guitar is just stunning -- an Albert Lee BFR in Orange Crush Sparkle #57/75 from the August 2018 BFR run. Part of a limited 75 piece run, this guitar is pretty awesome. It enhances a stock Albert Lee HH by adding a matching headstock, roasted maple neck, ebony fingerbord with white binding, and mother of pearl block inlays. As if all that special goodness wasn't enough -- holy moly the Orange Crush finish is out of this world.

    I have to admit, I always saw Albert as an English country gentleman. More reserved, laid back, chill. Man, this finish is ANYTHING but reserved, laid back, and chill. I am blown away that EBMM got Albert to approve this finish. But, who knows, maybe my perceptions of the man are founded on nonsense and maybe he is as crazy as this finish! To be very clear, this finish is super hard to capture in a photo and all these shots don't do it justice. There are green flakes (Dargie-ish), orange flakes, red flakes. And it seems to vary in different light -- sometimes it's a warm orange, and sometimes it's light orange. Just awesome.

    This particular guitar sounds great and is very loud unplugged. I am not used to the vintage trem sitting flat on the body -- the pulled-forward float on a Luke III has spoiled me. I might give it a try setting this up like an LIII.

    I'll be back later today with the Christmas Day NYNGD: New Year's New Guitar Day! (this one is technically the Christmas Eve one -- I am just late to deliver)

    Thanks for looking everyone!




























    Past Days:
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    #2012-1 | #2012-2 | #2012-3 | #2012-4 | #2012-5 | #2012-6 | #2012-7


    (The back story in case you're new to my NYNGD: For the past couple of years I've done a fun thing that most of you I think enjoyed, and I thought I would do it again this year. Every year, I am a slacker about keeping my Guitar Gallery up to date... So, as a fun holiday thing, let's launch a guitar in the Guitar Gallery each day leading up to New Years Eve! In the past I've received PM's about my collection and whether I play all of these guitars. The same question came up during my NYNGD posts a few years ago and my answer was pretty detailed and well thought-out, so please check it out here!)

    (Also, in case anybody gets any funny ideas -- these guitars are not at my house. They are all in my very secure and alarmed studio facility. I usually only have two guitars floating around the house...)


    Last edited by dibart77; 02-24-2019 at 09:42 PM.

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    Pure beauty! Congrats mate
    EVH Hardtail Red 1995
    Axis Sport SSS Trem Transparent Purple 1998
    Axis Sport MM90 Trem Transparent Orange 1999
    Axis SS Hardtail Piezo Honeyburst 2007
    Albert Lee MM90 Hardtail Dargie Delight 2007
    Bongo 4HH Stealth 2007
    BFR 25th Anniversary Venetian Red burst 2009

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    Wow!!!! Love that one!
    EBMM Axis Super Sport (Pacific Blue Burst)
    EBMM L3 HH (Olive Gold)
    EBMM L3 HSS Roasted (Bodhi Blue)
    EBMM Silo Special (Blue Dawn)
    EBMM Albert Lee SSS (Sky Blue)
    EBMM Majesty (Iced Crimson)
    EBMM Cutlass (Vintage Turquoise)
    EBMM L3 BFR (Blueberry Burst)
    EBMM Cutlass HSS (Firemist Silver)

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    Outstanding! I knew that finish was awesome!
    Sweet! ROCK!!
    Balls are Best!!

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    Cool! Still think the binding and block inlays are a really Nice touch.
    EBMM - AL MM90 White
    EBMM - AL HH Black Sugar Roasted Maple
    EBMM - Armada Black flamed
    EBMM - JP7 White
    EBMM - Cutlass Vintage Turquoise
    EBMM - Stingray Starry Night

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    That neck is ridiculous!


    Axis Hardtail TransPurple #89749 (3/28/97)
    Reflex Classic White #G71108 (7/14/14)
    Cutlass
    StarryNight #G79870 (12/14/16)
    Stingray BFR
    Natural#G59581 (10/3/17). FS
    REVERB

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    Wow that's hot. I'd hit that.

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    Dat neck .... and dat colour
    Man , that is to much to take in a day , see you tomorrow
    Ex-guitar player .

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    Nice. That trem will float perfectly.
    Black Cherry Burst Albert Lee , SSS,Trem & Piezo 2005
    Black LE Albert Lee MM90,Trem 2006 with solid 9k gold knobs;Mesa F50 Combo; Original (owned from new)Marshall 25/50 Silver Jubilee signed by Jim;AER 60 ;WEM Clubman 5W;Musicman RP 65 112;Musicman RD 50 112:

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    Apparently we not only share the same first name, we also have the same tastes in what a killer AL looks like. I have it’s twin and after reading this thread I’m going to go spend an hour or so with it.

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    Jeff, that really is an outstanding color man!!! Congrats on that!!!

    Glenn |B)
    Silhouette Special SSS in Fuschia Sparkle (Hardtail) [1/01/2002] [1 of a kind from CLB]
    Silhouette Special HSS in Gold Sparkle (Hardtail) [7/12/2002] [Made for Matchbox 20]
    Albert Lee 3 MM90's in White Sparkle (Hardtail) [8/14/2001] [Just pure awesomeness]
    Albert Lee HH in Black Sugar (Hartail) [1/06/2011] [BFR]


    Like BP said in the Chapman video "You've got a room full of guitars, and no money!!"

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    Congrats Jeff, I 'm so glad someone from the forum is finally showing one! Hope you'll enjoy it!
    AL SSS BFR Pinkburst
    AL SSS Neptune Blue
    AL HH Starry Night
    AL HH Candy Apple Red
    AL MM90 Sparkle Turquoise
    L3 HSS Olive Gold

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    the neck alone...
    blueburst Steve Morse Standard, Jan 03, 2005 pix
    pinkburst Albert Lee, Jul 13, 1994 pix
    cinnamon SUB1, Mar 08, 2004 pix
    vintage gold reflex, June 22, 2011 pix

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    Man, what a great looking axe! Love the orange sparkle finish! Super flame n that neck, too!
    Starry Night LIII HH
    Bali Burst LIII HH
    some other LIIIs
    25th Anniversary

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