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Discussion in 'Gibson Les Pauls' started by Jackangus, Jan 3, 2018.
Yeah, I looked at a whole lot of slabs - but once I saw that one, it was game over.
I see why. No surprises that way
It’s a chibson(horn is wrong and it has a 335 input and only 1 knob)
But I paid a lot for it
Not a burst but It's a 58
Might be hard to top that one.
That would be very helpful, also the alarm codes if you got'em.
I only own 1 guitar, so I guess it's that one. (2016 SG Standard that a true luthier has gone through.)
Jeez!!! People just don't want to do an honest days work anymore and have everything done for them
My Strats - monetary value-wise probably the ESP on the right, 90's American Fenders don't seem too hot these days. And certainly not the no-name in the middle, although it's my favorite (shh... don't tell the others)
Took a bath on that one?
I’ve washed my hands of it.
I would have to say my Les Paul Standard T Blueberry Burst.
rjwilson37, that Blueberry Burst will never cease to be beautiful. Mind you, I would normally never look twice at a blue guitar, but that would almost be an impulse buy based on finish alone.
I do like blue guitars, but only certain finishes like my Blueberry Burst. I also like the Les Paul Custom Centipede Burst, which is totally beautiful as well. I just wish I got along with the LP Custom Necks, they are just a little too thick for me.
I just Googled the Centipede Burst, and I agree that it's pretty, but IMHO doesn't hold a candle to the Blueberry
What about the top on Christosterone's blue Chibson? That ripple burst is different every time you look at it
The most I have ever paid for a guitar is £1530 - a Clapton Stratocaster.