- Feb 11, 2008
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Well, like Rome, an LP isn’t built in a day. For what it’s worth, I get where you’re coming from, and I like the idea that I must have two Wednesday LPs too. Play them in good health.I think I've got 2 Wednesday guitars.
Ever heard this?
That depending what day of the week your guitar was built, the better it'll be?
Monday you don't want because Gibson factory workers are still hung over from the weekend, Friday guitars you don't want because everyone's eager in a rush to get the job done for the weekend, but Wednesday guitars, the pick of the crop right, everyone's in their stride, they're not thinking about the weekend, it's the middle of the week, they're in the zone on a Wednesday.
My Gibsons are fucking amazing, and, I've played on my fair share of high end Gibson Les Pauls right, enough to know that, some guitars I like, some guitars I love; and every Gibson I've gone home with, has been love at first play.
I think I've got 2 Wednesday guitars. lol
Is this real or as I suspect, some old wife's tale when the stars align and everything comes together right and Gibson knock them out of the park on Wednesday.
Yep. Seems to be more than a few confused people in this thread. I would be betting on months between raw wood blanks and finished product. No woodworker in their right mind would cut something like a neck blank and not let it sit for 4 weeks at least to settle. Plus guitars are made in batches.This is kind of silly. No... It's really silly.