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Godfrey Arthur


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Post Posted 14 Oct 2018 10:18 pm     Reply with quote

Lurve dat Shobud tone!
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Damir Besic


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Post Posted 14 Oct 2018 10:19 pm     Reply with quote

Kevin Fix wrote:
That Bud will come very close to what Lloyd Greens tone is. Good luck Dimar...


thank you my friend, and yes, tone wise it would be exactly like Lloyd’s guitar, except this one has a C6 neck instead of a pad ...
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Damir Besic


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Post Posted 14 Oct 2018 10:20 pm     Reply with quote

Godfrey Arthur wrote:
Lurve dat Shobud tone!


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Kevin Fix


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Post Posted 15 Oct 2018 5:25 pm     Reply with quote

Some where back in time I remember reading where Lloyd had a early Bud D10 and he had the C6 guts removed from his D10 and put a pad in it's place. It was the birth of the LDG. I am thinking Lloyds current Bud is a 1973. Oh yeah, Lloyd had the first LDG and Ricky Davis has number 2 from that year. Their is no tone to match that of Lloyds and Ricky's Buds. My opinion only. I am a Bud man.

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Damir Besic


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Post Posted 15 Oct 2018 5:31 pm     Reply with quote

Lloyd’s guitar was made by no other then a Paul Franklin Sr. , Mr. Franklin was working for Sho Bud at that time, and he hand picked the wood for the guitar himself out of all the different planks that were in the attic of the Sho Bud store...
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Kevin Fix


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Post Posted 15 Oct 2018 5:34 pm     Reply with quote

It is no wonder it has such a signature tone. Paul Franklin Sr. knew what he was doing.
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Damir Besic


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Post Posted 15 Oct 2018 5:35 pm     Reply with quote

Kevin Fix wrote:
It is no wonder it has such a signature tone. Paul Franklin Sr. knew what he was doing.


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Larry Weaver


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Post Posted 17 Oct 2018 5:26 pm     Gold Standard Reply with quote

Oh man Damir, that is the twin of the Sho~Bud I got from you a ways back. Those round front Pro IIs with barrels imho are the best sounding Buds!
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Damir Besic


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Larry Weaver wrote:
Oh man Damir, that is the twin of the Sho~Bud I got from you a ways back. Those round front Pro IIs with barrels imho are the best sounding Buds!



yes Sir ... this is it...
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