About 50 percent of my selection is created up of the duplicates that kind of put Ibanez on the map in The united states, though they certainly had equipment before then. One is a mid-’60s hollowbody I purchased really cheap; it’s got the incorrect link, so it’s not really efficient as a device. But I used it on my Spacecraft One record protect because it looks so awesome. Ibanez still had some insects in the excellent in those days. In the ’70s they began creating excellent equipment, and the first were those duplicates. I finished up getting some Les John duplicates, and in one I put a bogus DiMarzio humbucker in the center place because I did a honor to The Who and desired to create it look like a Pete Townshend device with a Extremely Distortions in the center. I did not want to cut up the device, so I used a “faux” selection.
The Elegant 59′er Sunshine Unique is a Les John duplicate that is really cool; it’s got a walnut fingerboard. You do not see many Les Pauls with walnut fingerboards, and it has an awesome overall tone.