- Dec 23, 2009
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Bouncing around in a truck for 2 weeks in this cold, not good. If you open it up immediately, you will get a really nice display of finish cracks.
Thanks for tuffing it out with me! I almost forgot I ordered it!Bouncing around in a truck for 2 weeks in this cold, not good. If you open it up immediately, you will get a really nice display of finish cracks.
Right on..I had kinda figured..I may or may not.Unfortunately, as with most Gibson V's, ya gotta take every damn part off to get the guard off. Then I just unscrew the pickups off the guard, put the screws back on with the ring/and pickup in place, then mount the guard back on the guitar. Then i drill the holes for the ring screws. Pain in the ass I know, but no other way of doing it. Ring screws will go into the wood also so be sure to drill deep enuff. and straight too.
I REALLY wanna say that is a 94..Yours is older than mine, mine is #94000913
I REALLY wanna say that is a 94..
"In 1994, for Gibson’s Centennial, they used a special serialization. Every
serial number started with 94 followed by six digits, which were the pro-
duction dates and number (YYNNNNNN)"
Right on, like I said, ain't no thang!!If it ain't broke... lol. I hadn't really looked at my serial number except when it arrived. it was advertised as a 91, naturally i looked at 1st and 5th, saw 9 and 0, = 90. When I looked at it again to compare to yours, my heart sank just a little, cuz I remembered the 94's were serialized like that. oh well, it's the best sounding and playing V I got, so alls good. Glad yours arrived safe and sound. What for strings you use? I like Slinky Hydrids' 9-46. Been flirting with the Cobalts lately.