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edhalen

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One of the THE best guitars that has come through my hands which I really regret having sold is a Trans Walnut AL. Beautiful finish and it was the most comfortable playing experience of any MM I've ever played (I've played a LOT of them). Fast forward and I found this minty AL and I couldn't pass it up. This time around I'm keeping it. Now the waiting starts. Here's a pic from the seller.
 

Flash Gordon

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I know the feeling all too well. I stupidly sold my 2012 AL PDN in Honeyburst with triple MM90s to fellow forumite Klaveguitars! Lucky him! At least I know where it is. Shrug!

The walnut looks like a beauty! Congrats on your reacquisition of the same spec!
 

Magic Jason

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You may also want to join our Facebook group : "Ernie Ball Music Man Albert Lee Guitar Owners and Fans".
Mr Lee himself is a member and sometimes pops-in!
 

xjbebop

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Atta boy... welcome back! We understand the excitement :)
My first AL was / is a trans walnut....
And as you may know, I've adopted / rescued a few more since...
 

Tollie

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Those rosewood necks are the best. I’m happy that you’re getting one back into your hands.
 

Sweat

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Did you get it yet? Would like to see another pic, I will be adding to my AL's as well!
 

edhalen

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Finally snapped some pics of this bad boy. Loving this guitar more each day. The Rosewood neck is to die for. Smooth as silk and nicely rounded. Plays like....well, you know the saying :). And the Axis pups in this Mahogany guitar sing like no other. Nice and warm. EDIT....sorry for the sideways pics. Not sure why it's doing that.
 

Sweat

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Finally snapped some pics of this bad boy. Loving this guitar more each day. The Rosewood neck is to die for. Smooth as silk and nicely rounded. Plays like....well, you know the saying :). And the Axis pups in this Mahogany guitar sing like no other. Nice and warm. EDIT....sorry for the sideways pics. Not sure why it's doing that.

Very nice very classy
 
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