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Discussion in 'eBay Deals' started by Satch0922, Mar 19, 2009.
You really want it down, report it to Gibson. Might help.
that is a fail fake. you have to be a complete idiot to buy something with "gibsUn" on it...LOL!
Funny to see this thread, i accually sent this guy a message letting him know that it was fake and if he didnt pull it down id report his ass.... Well i also reported him.
LOL, I wrote the guy telling him it is a fake also..........Hell, it says Gibsun with a U on the damned thing........
It's still there, 20 hours later. eBay is a joke.
I'm pretty sure it will sell.
I guess after the auction ends and the winner's identity is revealed, I could send him a message telling him he just won a fake guitar and stop him before he pays for it.
I dont think they reveal the identities of the winners anymore. They show up as N****H or similar.
Oh well....that's just too bad that the seller can get away with it.....getting paid over $1,200 for a guitar that probabbly costs $200 - $300 at the most.
I don't see why so many people get their panties in a wad about reporting these guitars. Not that anyone is doing it in this thread, I'm talking about others. I reported it and told them that Gibson has been notified as well, so maybe that will light a fire. I would want someone to keep me from getting scammed.
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They don't want US notifying the winning bidder that he or she has just bought a FAKE!!!!
I've been looking on ebay trying to play spot the fakes.
I was looking at this one, and I'm not sure what is making this one fake.
The pictures are low quality, and I'm not very good at this. will some one please point it out to me.
someones at 1300 worth of firewood
Right off the bat:
See the bridge post screw heads? They are the large metric style, like on an Epiphone.
thanks. I can barely see those screws. Now that you point it out I feel dumb.
The diamond on the headstock is too small ("epiphone custom"-size), the Gibson on the headstock is not parallel to the fretboard (it slants), the script on the L on Les Paul on the truss rod cover goes below the line - like an epiphone, the white surround on the truss rod cover doesn't go around the bottom of the bell, the volume/tone knobs aren't parallel to the fretboard........... And that case is a joke!
fake???? i bought that
I hope you are kidding, or you are too dumb to be here.
very funny... 2hrs to go before someone gets stiffed......
NEVER buy one when the serial number looks white like this.....not the correct size of numbers and the fakes are punched in after the guitar is painted not before like a real Gibson
15 bids...I feel sorry for whoever was dumb enough to bid.