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Discussion in 'Vintage Les Pauls' started by BOBBO, Oct 31, 2007.
whoo Bobbo is back!
I look forward to all of the posts/work Bobbo puts in these threads for the folks that are interested in this, if it does not interest you move on to another part of the forum, I do respect your honesty.
I appreciate your appreciation !!! Still here for those looking to set down a challenge for me
Whatta ya think Bobbo?
A nicely reliced R7 ... Uncle Lou buttons ???
That looks like a Historic Makeover R7.
Yep Uncle Lou's. I should have took a new pic. I've posted these here like 3 or 4 times.
A real 1957 Goldtop for comparison sake ... It's in pretty good condition
How 'bout this one Bobbo?
Wish I had gotten a chance to give that guitar a play at the Philly show Frank but it looked so regal in it's display I was intimidated ... Maybe it was the sign ???
Ok, so I guess I stumped you! The photos I showed above are of the real Greenie, and not the "cheap" Dave Johnson imitation!
And, you could have tried the guitar out if you wanted to. That sign was for everyone else, and was not intended to keep the MLPers away.
I figured you were handing me a "Gimme" Frank and didn't look very closely next time I'll have to figure you've got something up your sleeve !!!
Here, I'll help you out with one of those pics (I don't know whether there were any others):
And BTW wasshap, welcome to the forum!
Most definately NOT a vintage Gibby !!!
Flick just needs attention !!!
WRONG! It's that 60 Burst on Ebay asking 250K for it.
I say NAY !!! If it's on Ebay as a 60 it's a scam !!!!!! That is NOT a vintage Gibson !!!!!
If this was a real vintage 60 burst the line drawn through the center of the tailpiece would touch the back of the bridge pickups volume knob !!! I see all the pictures from that auction are also posted at Burstserial.com ( Very fishy !!! )... Some things on the guitar look correct like the pattern in the inlays , while the knob placement thing makes me think that this is NOT a real Burst !!!