paul_ said: (exasperated sigh) thanks icey.
greenie, i got the info from a book called The Electric Guitar: An Illustrated History. There's no author's name but it says edited by Paul Trynka.
And, of course, quite possibly the only book ever published to bear claim on the front cover: "foreward by keith richards."
congrats on the guitar by the way! reading that bit of the book again kept it in my mind all day. between the brass block and thru-neck it must sustain like a drunken piss.
it's a Wilkson V-100 Tremolo check by yourself it's amazing and beat modern fender standart tremolo ... also have more Resistance , solid body (2 parts Brasilian Cedar , neck in middle duo it's Neck-thru ) , 4 parts Top (Sad Marfim is too Short to do 2 parts ) , SD Distortion bridge , SD Jazz neck , graphite nut , Marfim neck , Ebony fingerboard , Schaller Lock tunners
dont blame me , my Custom Guitar own's , i love them , i ancious per seen it ended , and i play on my monster
and possible on RR-5 or les paul Custom 197x Next Year ,
that's my style , i like vintage too but my main style is Flyng V , les Paul , Soloist , Explorer
soon be done and that's one style i like and wanna play rest of my days on earth and possible in hell too