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daneford

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Keep us updated. Been following this post for years.

Thank you sir, and will do.

And while we wait, here's a pic I found not too long ago from shortly after I got it. Must've been around 95-96. Taken with my cell, so apologies for the quality.

Not sure what my brief affinity for UNC basketball was about. :D

I still have this pickguard/pickups. As mentioned before, I changed it to a white hsh. I kept the case for years, but finally let go of it late last year.

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daneford

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Unfortunately, no further communication from user guitarcenter.

Please keep an eye out. I keep hoping....

If I can't get it back, maybe the ebmm gods will do a dealer run with a Birdseye maple neck in that green color.

Dude can dream, can't he? :D
 
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daneford

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Bump for my periodic "putting good vibes out there" post. Still on the hunt.

Rock on, my brothers and sisters.
 

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I should have been more clear. Its my understanding Lincoln had 3 or these guitars built. He currently owns one, you own one (if it can be tracked down), and there is one more that I could track down to buy.
Ahhh, I understand. There were 4 total. Mine was a regular silo body and was the one on the album. The other three had no bevels, were flat tops like a strat, and were lighter in color.

Of the flat tops, Lincoln has one, some guy here (not a currently active poster) bought one, and no idea on the third.
 
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