jay wrote:rokdog wrote:I am in !
That is a sick TL. Triple step?
triple step ,mah body..
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Forgot to join the club.
Here's my new TL60 with all kinds of oddball options:
Hog neck/Alder sides
Alder top and headstock
Push/Pull Coil Split w/5-way switch
Custom Trans Orange with Sunset Burst Edges
ST300 style Deeper Forearm and Belly Contours
The contours make for an insanely comfortable TL shaped guitar.
Great looking bunch of guitars.
The thing I love about mine (Besides the neck) is that it is the most versatile guitar I own. I have the SSH configuration and can slip easily from Nashville twang to creamy Clapton blues tones or humbucking metal tones.
jay--sorry it's taken me so long to respond. Spud's got it almost exactly right, except that the logo is abalone, not gold. Options that aren't apparent in the pics are the 20" fretboard radius (R20) and stainless steel jumbo frets (STJF).
And we both forgot the rosewood knobs. :-p
My 1994 Classic sunburst TL60T
In case it's not obvious from the photo: Classic sunburst quilted maple with matching headstock, black hardware, dual humbuckers, coil taps, tung oiled neck, Dunlop strap locks.
In many ways, the coil taps were the best option I ordered. I love the clean tone I get mixing tapped and untapped sounds.
Love the finish gregorbill!
This Club TL needs to get bigger...
SO here's one more many of you just recently saw.
Seafoam Green (not Metallic as builder states) and shade runs more toward Mint Green.
Mahogany Neck/Alder body, Birdsey FB, MJ/SS frets, 12" radius, M22T/AP11/AP11
I am really impressed with this guitar. TL60's are one of the more affordable builds and it plays superbly and sounds incredible as well.
Last edited by Roy Munson on Thu Nov 22, 2012 7:35 am, edited 1 time in total.
Thanks Dude, I'm diggin this guitar a lot. Great to look at even better to play.
Yep action is fairly low, but the pics are a bit of an illusion. I actually raised it from there a turn to about medium-low. Carvin standard setup is very low out fo the shop. Even though I asked for medium I got the ultra-low.
But they did setup perfectly for D-standard with my DAddario 10-52's and 4-springs on the Wilky as requested.
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