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    Default Edwards E LP 90

    Edwards E LP 90 [ESP] Great spec: Nitro finish
    SD pups
    long tenon neck
    Sperzel locking tuners


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    Lovin It. Nice guitar
    Ron

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    I think a fella could have loads of fun looking for the perfect tone on that. very nice.

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    Very nice!
    Whether you think you can...or you can't...you're right!

    Some mistakes are just too much fun to only make once!!!

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    just saw this thread...I have some of the Edwards from the Duncan series...a couple of Les Paul types. As far as I know they have a lacquer finish over poly...they like to call that the lacquer top here...and some think that means just the top of the guitar is lacquer while the rest is poly...I was told thats not the case. Whatever the truth is, they are pretty hard to beat on the used market in this city, I`ve paid as little as $350.oo for some of mine, seems there aren`t many locals after em so they can hang around for a long time or until I see them. My double cut Edwards LP junior has a real thin finish...what they call the...barely finished...finish and easily the lightest guitar I own. Really hard to find anthing negative about them from owners anywhere on the web...the Edwards really took off once ESP decided to put Duncans in them around the turn of this decade, before that the Edwards were not very high level at all. Thats changed.
    Those tuners were not stock
    quasi mojo

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    I'm fan of so called "gibson lawsuit era" models. Some of manufacturers from mentioned period were produced some of great copies.
    Good axe.


 

 

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