Guitar forums 101.
People saying they are done with Gibson over legal enforcement of copyright of their guitars. Yet they will stay on said Gibson Les Paul forum to make an appearance on the next copyright thread were they will say the same thing in 2 years time.
One of my friends leave them outside in the sun to get the checking.
One of the more popular topics on guitar forums in the last 10 years. Initially, i was not a fan, but now, they are a big part of the Fender and Gibson market.
If you have to do it, keep it minimal in yerms of the edges and top.
With this particular guys guitars, all of the descrptions listed are wrong.
That's not a '68 Strat or a '74 LP Custom. Post theft, his models have been upgraded slightly.
It happens. All too common unfortunately.
Most of Jimi Hendrix' nice guitars used live were flogged.
I dont have the Les Paul, but would you believe in my lounge room, i have a 58 worn Tremolux left of a 1965 reissue Deluxe Reverb.
We have identical amps if that is a Tremolux. Coincidence?
Pictured today for FB, a '73 goldtop next to a '71 goldtop Deluxe with P 90s.
Latest and greatest gear to join the stable.
A 1971 Gibson SG Deluxe with a Gibsonesque Bigsby thing on the end to make restringing so much easier. If you thought restringing your guitar was difficult, restringing the high B and E strings on this guitar is quite literally a two man job...
I would go for a '68 Les Paul Standard instead. Or a 50's Jr.
And that is not 100% original. It has two casings around the mini-buckers. So it has been restored most likely after humbuckers were put in it. Routed etc. It may have just had the P-90's ripped out.
Just because it is listed as...
New guitar for my online shop. An all original 1973 Les Paul Standard - 1958 Re-issue.
Because the sides are not book-matched, the guitar has a number 2 above the serial. Allegedly, only 4 were ever made in 1973.
Available online on my store from this weekend.
It will be...
Someone was trying to tell me the other day to stay away from R8's and R9's between 2009-2012. He said the 2013 pickup in them was a much needed improvement that commands more money today in resale of these instruments.
62 Stratocaster with green guard, clay dots and Brazilian rosewood neck. I will never sell it:
54 Stratocaster with single ply guard:
Only modification is a 5 way switch (3 way in case). The circular holes have been dug out on the back plate. But all the plastic is bakelite. Screws on...