For sale- Gibson Les Paul G0 1960 reissue in beautiful lemonburst. I believe its a 2008 (the serial starts with G0 8). This is a heartbreaker, I've spent so much time looking for this guitar and now, due to financial reasons I'm forced to sell it. It plays and sounds just as beautiful...
Just curious what people think... when the frets need replaced do you have yours fretted to your preference/ playing style, or do you keep the 'stock' fret profile? Does changing to a larger fret kill resale value?
Looking for a Gibson Les Paul Custom body with neck. Flaws ok, player quality ok, beater ok. My only requirements are any repairs must be solid, professional repairs, and that it has an ebony fingerboard. Ideally I'd like an 80's- early 90's.
These douche bag sales people don't seem to realize that these young kids will grow up a little more and have money in their pocket. There's one music shop ill still never do business with because of how they treated me when I was a teen... 30 years ago.
If you're asking my opinion, when we're talking about reissues, I would say a faithful remake of the guitar it supposed to be a reissue of. After all, if it's a faithful recreation it should be all of those other things as well.
I've owned a number of them myself, my favorite was the G0...