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Yeah, you got a big hurdle with this one!
Very much looking forward to it!
Yeah, I'm gonna have to see that....:laugh2:
Put it this way....I've seen them as low as $13K and as high as $60K.
That is a much wider gap than you see with many vintage guitars.
1960's V's are a tough one. There's a fair amount in disparity among people that sell them.
As with 50's V's lots of shenanigans...
Congratulations!!!!! That turned out exceptionally well!!! :cheers::cheers::cheers:
Perhaps....but I like Gibson's guitar manufacturing strategy a million times better than Fender.
When I had my retail guitar shop in the 90's,...
Gibson does not own "much" real estate....they don't even own the factory in Nashville....they lease it.
Your comments omit some details.
Gibson had around 150 employees in 1959. Around 1500 by 1966. Now? I'm not sure....but it has to be very high....
Um, that guitar is a 50's Les Paul....not a Norlin. :laugh2: