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Discussion in 'Other Single-Cuts' started by lp59aholicDon, Feb 14, 2008.
1977 Ibanez 2350CS, original Super 70's PuPs!
Mine was super oxidized. I just used the 0000 steel wool. Did the trick. I no longer need your advice on how to polish my knob
I'm late to the party.....
FGN Neo-Classic LC-10
MIJ BACCHUS LP CUSTOM
After years of gas and courting, and enquiring about costs etc... i finally caved
My ULS85F MVF. Refretted with stainless jumbo wire, Duncan Custom & 59 pickups and polished the matte to a shinier finish. Awesome!
My new 1978 EG-800. Super pleased!
Great condition & sounds gorgeous
Crappy picture but here's my 4.
Whoa, never seen a Mint Collection in blue burst like that.
modern interpretation of a 'LesPaul'
FGN Guitars J-Standard Series / FLAME / JFL-C
That looks uncannily like the old Ibanez performer series...
There is a new one for sale in the chicago area
worth every I've paid for it
Fujigen FGN Guitars J Standard Flame JFL C Black Custom New | eBay
Here is my beauty. Ibanez 2351 but i not shure about year of prod.
Welcome, nice guitar.. looks like a lawsuit with that headstock, if she has a serial no, the 1st 2 numbers normally denote the year it was made. The letter denotes the month of manufacture. The last 4 numbers denote which unit the guitar was in that month. Eg.
March, 1976, number 1012
Dang that is much more blue than the one I have nice..
Jea dude, i know that, serial number start after 1975/6, and no eny number behinde hed. I hawe doubt about color, what burst it is and jear of production?
Since I'm new here, I wanted my first pic to be of something a little different
I think this counts as a "MIJ Les Paul"
serial number dates it to Nov 1977