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Um, that guitar is a 50's Les Paul....not a Norlin. :laugh2:
Because when things get "big" they often get sloppy, lose focus, and general go into decline in many ways.
In 1959 Gibson had around 150...
Was that for me or Elliot Easton? :naughty::cool2::rofl:
Right now it's on eBay for $15K....so, game over.
It's in Cali.
It's all about the big picture. I don't think you can isolate it to one, or even a few things. You could probably list 20 things that made "golden...
Because much of the recording equipment and other electronics used were tube, well designed, well made, and comprised a lot of the overall tone of...
I could stare at this guitar ALL day!!!!!!! :cheers:
One of the most overlooked elements of vintage guitars is.....shrinkage.
The wood shrinks WAY MORE that the average person would ever believe....
Nope. I've never appraised a Burst from internet photos. I have certainly outed many fakes....but that is not "appraising" one.
The owner requested I have it "stage ready" so I put 10's on it and set it up.
It sounds surprisingly different from my other vintage Les Pauls....
There are many unique observations this guitar has given us.
That is one of them. :thumb:
I'll answer that.
I treat people fair. :thumb:
She "wanted" six figures....in the age of the internet, people know...assume that and you'll be OK.