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Neil Young's Ol' Black 1953 Les Paul (Originally a 1953 Les Paul Goldtop). There she stands...the greatest weapon of mass destruction in the western hemisphere!

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Buffalo Springfield, 1967 - L-R : Jim Messina, Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Dewey Martin and Ritchie Furay. The group took their name from the side of a steamroller, made by the Buffalo-Springfield Roller Company.

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Poco, Poco. 1970. Jim Messina. Photographer, Henry Diltz. Jim Messina, Richie Furay, Timothy B. Schmidt. Epic Records.

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Poco..."Pickin up the Pieces" from the fallout of Buffalo Springfield, w/ Richie Furay, and Jimmy Messina.

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Neil Young has owned this 1953 Gibson Les Paul since obtaining it from musician Jim Messina back in 1969. Old Black, which got its name due to the fact that it began life as a goldtop but was later the recipient of an amateur black paint job,

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