Gibson contact

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  1. jlb32

    jlb32 Senior Member

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    I would just go with who you get. If they are not to your liking or do not respond then try a different rep.

    When I have called all of the reps have been great so far. Not sure if emailing works the same or not. I rarely email Gibson. I always call.
     
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    Midnight Blues Premium Member

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    Bob was good to me when I needed some help. Can't hurt to give him a shot. If you don't get a response try customer.elations@gibson.com. If that doesn't work, call them. I just called someone the other day with a question and they answered and answered my question right away.
     
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    rockinlespaul Oxblood Addict V.I.P. Member

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    Thanks guys, I appreciate the help.
     
  4. rockinlespaul

    rockinlespaul Oxblood Addict V.I.P. Member

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    Go with his first reply....

    Mr. Burns has no clue lol. He just replied telling me my guitar is a 1996 model with 57 Classics and a maple top. He also said the serial number did not appear to have been used on a goldtop model in 2006.

    He couldn't be more wrong. It's a all hog body and it came with factory Burstbuckers 1&2. It is in fact a 2006 model.

    I sent him a pic of the COA and the wiring channel.

    At least he replied lol.

    Oh well, back to the drawing board.
     
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