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Discussion in 'Historics & Reissues' started by bon-yr-aur, Nov 10, 2010.
I used to live in new york ,not that far way from the music zoo.very nice place.The big chains ,from what i can tell have very few on hand. I was at Sam Ash last night and they only had the picture fom the web and the spec sheet from Gibson. Although I did get this . They only are going to get a few.
it's a very long story
I have noticed that most of the old timers that have been posting historic are gone or not posting much any longer........... After reading this thread...... I know why.
Wow that really sucks. Great QC from Gibson Custom Shop on that one.
At least they are being honest on the website.....
My $2800 sunrise teaburst 2010 R8 has a better top than that without the sh glue job, at $3199.00 less.
But you can't call it a Beano.
O you can call it Beano if you want I guess
really happy with the way they are describing this and positioning it
This is just incredible, there most be a good explanation for this, how can they sell this???
This the image enhanced to view this mistake:
Here with color analysis procedure for bad glue joints:
does anyone else feel that Music Zoo shouldnt be selling this? obviously, gibson bears the brunt of the blame here but how can a dealer sell that to their customers?
So now, when seeing such a thing on a 8 K$ guitar, do you understand why I criticize them ?
Perhaps the glue was part of Erics recollection of the burst?
To me it looks like guitar polish (wax), not glue. Just some residue that should have been noticed during QC, but is harmless.
ya glue dries more yellow. Looks leftover from buffing.
So that part is not buffed?
Who cases those customs??? at least the last word in PRS if from the caser, he totally cleans the guitar before shipment.