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About cornjulio

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  • Birthday 10/11/1974

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    1966 Fender Jaguar, 1992 Gibson Les Paul Standard, 1975 fender telecaster custom, V80 Shishkov,
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    Marshall Jubilee, Orange OR120, Fender Superchamp
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  1. cornjulio

    Happy Birthday Mike

    A bit late to the party but...Happy Birthday, Mike!!!!
  2. Several years ago I bought an "all original" 1965 Lake Placid Blue Jaguar from R N R. When it arrived and I unpacked it, I realised that the guitar case was partly open and the headstock was sticking out. One of the tuners was bent but otherwise there appeared to be no damage to the guitar. I still thought it weird that there should be space in the box for the case to pop open (I as always told to pack everything as tight as possible so the guitar can't move). On closer inspection I realised that all pickguard screws on the Jag were golden, like... shiny and brand new looking golden. Surely these were not the original 1965 screws? I decided to call R N R and explain about the screws. They said: "Oh, we forgot about the screws!"πŸ˜‚ To this day I wonder if they forgot to mention them in their description or if they had meant to change them before selling the guitar. They said: "How many do you need, will send them to you". I asked them where they would get the screws from? They said: "Oh...we'll just take them of another guitar"πŸ€£πŸ˜‚. I counted all screws around the pickguard and they did send the exact amount I had counted. Upon replacing the screws I realised I had forgotten the hidden one underneath the mute. πŸ™„πŸ˜‚....Serves me right. Ended up buying another one the same year at Guitar Center Boston and the guys were really great about everything and the item , a 1966 Jag, was exactly as described. Man, I'm just not cut out for all that vintage dealing. It's probably a good thing I don't have any money lying around these days. That blue Special does look awefully nice thoughπŸ€”πŸ˜œ P.S. If anyone is in the need of golden Fender pickguard screws I might still have them lying around somewhere...
  3. Hiya, a friend of mine (seriously, it's not me πŸ™ƒ) is looking for a vintage Dean V, USA made. Anyone have any suggestions? I don't know much about Dean guitars and CITES might be a problem here. Any hints/ leads appreciated!
  4. cornjulio

    Never seen one of these before

    Pretty cool in a blue metal kind of way. I like!
  5. cornjulio

    Sweetness in Sweden - #0077 lands!

    Unbelievably sweet! Man...there's too much temptation out there. I couldn't possibly order another one....or could I πŸ€”
  6. I believe the person selling it is/ was a forum member....
  7. I know. I had two jaguars and this is the better one. The neck has a great feel to it and the frets are like new. If there's no takers I won't complain about keeping it πŸ™‚
  8. Bump. Just to clarify that this is my own gear I'm selling. Thanks!
  9. Hi everyone, I'm selling some gear. I put two guitars up on reverb: - 1975 Fender Telecaster Custom (sunburst, all original with the exception of shielded electronics): EUR 2800,- plus shipping obo - and a beautiful 1966 Fender Jaguar in Candy Apple Red (all original except tremolo arm): EUR 4200,- plus shipping obo Both are terrific guitars. Here's a link in case anyone's interested: https://reverb.com/uk/shop/cornjulios-gear-depot Thanks!
  10. cornjulio

    #80

    Went to the beach yesterday but forgot to take my guitar (and trunks, nevermind). So I decided to take a couple of pictures of V80 in the garden today. The top is just stunning.
  11. looks vaguely familiar me thinks. Wouldn't dare to comment on the price 😜
  12. cornjulio

    #73 has landed

    soooo good! love the top and finish. how did you get Mike to build another UltimateπŸ˜ƒπŸ»?
  13. cornjulio

    #80

    @kizanski very juicy! You secretly a PS wizard? Wish I had thought of that πŸ˜‚
  14. cornjulio

    #80

    It's a stunning instrument. I kind of forgot what's it's like to play a brand new guitar but I guess I never played one of this quality before anyway. I got myself a brand new Les Paul Standard in '92 which I still have and it's a fine guitar and I tried quite a few different used/ vintage guitars, mostly Gibson, Fender, Hamer but this one is in a league of its own. Quite tempted to let most of the others go πŸ™„ The bridge PU of the V is splittable which I find very fascinating (this was inspired by playing a 1975 Fender Tele Custom). I absolutely love the maple top which I got to choose when I went to visit the Shishkov family last year. It has a really beefy neck which feels fab. Fantastic paint job on the V in terms of the burst which reminds me very much of @cmatthes Ultimate (which we did use as a reference πŸ˜€).
  15. cornjulio

    #80

    I do like Shishko-V ... I’m currently calling it V80 for want of a better name...
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