1981 LS-100s with mahogany top

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Post by CliffsComicWorld » Mon May 14, 2018 7:19 pm

I might consider selling this LS-100
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Post by _JDZ » Mon May 14, 2018 7:43 pm

Wouldn't hesitate buying a guitar from Cliff, having recently gotten a rare one from him.

He's in the US as well, so no CITES issues.

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Post by aroomstudios » Mon May 14, 2018 9:10 pm

Yeah, I got a 1981 ST-100 from Cliff a few months ago. Really good condition.

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Post by Peter Mac » Thu Jun 07, 2018 5:50 am

Hi guys,

Back to the LS-100S question.
I owned one of these for many Years and really liked it. Specs are:
- Solid Mahogany body with carved mahogany top
- 1 piece mahogany neck
- 2 x DiMarzio PAF ( double cream)
- Nitro finish
- 60's profile neck

This was the ONLY model LP Std with all Mahogany body - same one used on the LC-100 and LC-110 ( LC-60 had a different body construction)
They offered 3 finishes ( OR, ON, GT) very cool, very rare, very hard to fake or disguise.

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Post by luis » Thu Jun 07, 2018 8:48 am

I am an OR mode ownerl and it is among the best guitars I have, very ligth (ligthest of all) and a lively sound perfect to play with other instruments, its great voice is there, you can here yourself playing. And as Peter Mac says a 60 profile but very comfortable. It has a set of Throbacks and old in spec PIO caps.

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