It means that the Bigsby was added at a later date and the bridge as well. The person who did it probably didn't want to drill additional holes!
If you unscrew the Bigsby you will get your answer.
By the way, nice looking guitar!
Looked at him real quick and figured out he was stoned out of his mind and most likely would not realize that he was getting back my brand new Westerly F-50 Bld.
Way back during the second half of the '70s when I started importing guitars from the U.S. it was mainly crumpled newspaper that was used to keep guitars from moving around in the shipping boxes. When business started to increase it became harder and harder for dealers, who were basically all...
Welcome! The information given in that article re. the number of CE-100DPs with a Bigsby came from me, but it was an incorrect interpretation of the actual info I gave. The guitar that was the subject of the article was part of a batch of CE-100s that were serial number stamped...
Original pickguards can be expensive on the 'vintage guitar used parts market'. Don't have one right now, but send me an email through my website and I'll try to find you one.
Something else that might interest you and some other readers is that the body was already routed for the earlier (read...
Actually he plays more than one in that episode and he has a lot more of 'm. He doesn't have the history part exactly right, but that doesn't matter; the music makes up for it ! Very enjoyable to listen to ....... or I should say, I enjoyed it very much!
While 'Anniversary' is most likely the correct word to use from a language point of view, I personally would not use that in this context and I would also think that a lot of the people who worked at the Westerly plant would agree with me (although I understand that the severance package was...