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    Nibs or No Nibs, which do you prefer?

    Seems like more cork sniffing to me. I’m too busy playing my guitar to give a crap about nibs. In fact, I didn’t even know what people were talking about when they mentioned nibs. The frets on my guitar are really low profile and there isn’t a single nib on it. I didn’t notice nibs until I...
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    What do you play on your les?

    Well, considering the fact that my Les Paul was the only electric guitar I owned for close to 30 years... I played everything on it. I started playing in bars right out of high school in 1991 in a "little bit of everything band". We played anything that got us excited: Led Zeppelin, Ozzy...
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    The Mandalorian season 2

    That's not Rosario Dawson.
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    Did I get a "factory second" or "b-stock" without knowing?

    That mark on the neck almost looks like the same location the PLEK clamp grips the neck. It may have been clamped a little tight.
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    mmm

    Someone is a going to pay $1300 for a fake and be really disappointed when the find out.
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    1978 Norlin Les Paul

    I have a ‘79 Les Paul Standard. It is the best guitar I have ever played.
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    1978 Gibson Les Paul - Creamtone Conversion

    That’s a keeper. I have a ‘79 Cherry Sunburst Standard made in Kalamazoo (but not a KM model). It sounds sublime and the only thing that sort of bothers me (like just a little bit) is the top is a 3 piece. I bought it in 1988 when I was 16 and all I saw was Jimmy Page saying “you want this...
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    Gaps under frets?

    Did you play & inspect the guitar before buying it?
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    Am I The Only One?

    If you're buying an Epiphone for this reason it's a fashion accessory. I've been playing Gibson's for over 30 years and I am not sorry to say that in those 30+ years, the quality of Epiphone guitars has never been on the level of Gibson guitars... electric or acoustic. That is why they are...
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    What's The Best Sounding Les Paul You Played?

    My 79 Standard is hands down the best sounding and playing. I bought it at age 16 when it was in brand new condition in 88. At the time, I didn’t know about the stigma attached to Norlin... all I knew is that I had a Les Paul that could sing. Over the years I have played others, but they just...
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    Not Another Newb?

    Yes... I am another newb. I've been browsing the forum here for a long time, I actually thought I was a member until I tried to sign in. I've been a prolific poster on other forums...years ago, but for some reason this place slipped under my radar until I started searching for some info...


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