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Discussion in 'Norlin Years' started by kmk108, Dec 15, 2009.
And A guy is wanting to sell his 1960 Les Paul Custom
It is a Norlin Custom!! Trying to be "pawned off" as a 1960!! Ha ha!!
Smart thing to try
I edited the first post. I put Classic instead of Custom
Anyone watch Pawn Stars on the History Channel? It's about a father, son, and grandfather that own a pawn shop in Vegas. On today's show someone came in with what he thought was a 1960 LP, but they called in the "expert," and he verified it was a 1970-1974. Pretty cool show.
Missed that one, will have to check it out.
Man, I'd be sick. Poor guy thought he had a $25k guitar, found out it was 'only' worth $3.
yup, it would be a rude awakening if you thought you had a 1960 all along....
And even if it was real, it may be worth 25 grand, but that pawn shop's gonna give you 10k for it.
My wife and Daughter watched it and were telling me all about it when I woke up...
I miss all the good stuff..
Watched that as well. Ended up being a 70-74 Custom....Not quite what he thought he had. Glad that he decided to keep it. Wise choice.
Blimey I thought this was a Bobbo thread for a minute..
When I saw the headstock I suspected, but as soon as I saw me some pancake goodness I knew! Sucked for the guy, I hope he never payed 1960 prices for it.
I wouldn't sell it, and I'd play it till the neck came off!
Do you remember what bands the guy said he played with? He said he toured with Triumph, but I can't remember the other one.
Saw it as well, something how that body split ha? Soon as I saw that I knew it wasn't a 60 like he claimed it was.
I knew what it was as soon as he opened the case. "This will not end well..", I told myself.
That guy was never in Triumph...
i don't think he said he was IN Triumph, I think he just said he toured with them,
Yeah, I guess he could've been in an opening band or whatever, but I refuse to believe there people that ignorant when it comes to Les Pauls.