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    I'm excited about this one. 91 Gunslinger in acrylic. The neck is earlier, but the body is labeled with 1991. It is really cool looking I think, and I like the mechanicalness in the way it looks from the back.













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    holy crap your collection is becoming more and more awesome! Dibs on this when you get sick of it

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    It is sure getting there! Its all yours if I ever move it. I'll trade it for your Jcustom ;D

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    Whoa, never seen an acrylic body with a Floyd! And I had no idea they did acrylic stuff back then. I remember seeing the mockingbirds and warlocks in the 2000-2003ish catalogues.

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    The guy I bought it from ran their custom shop for a while and he claims it was 1 of 2 made. Who knows how true that is, but there certainly weren't many.

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    That thing is a beauty!

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    Awesome

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    BC rich was really hesitant to give lefties the reverse headstock back then

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    True but they weren't shy about using our necks for their reverse headstocks...

    That should have had a Kahler Steeler trem on it because that's what they came with and those are the Kahler's trem posts still in it.
    Also that's a Full Shred pickup not a JBJ. I bet the label says "FS1-BJ" on the bottom.

    Nice score though and I clearly see what you see in it.
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    I call dibs on the crackle STIII......I miss that guitar. When I originally bought it my plan was to keep it.
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