Yeah, Sorry…that just does not look like a regular Gibson gold top finish.
Nothing wrong with it, but it does not look like a GT….neither did that “bullion” thing they did.
not normally…I love theold goldtops that used a bit of copper in the paint…Customs being a fully mahogany top, would the gold look different on top of the darker wood than it does on top of a lighter maple cap?
I see! Never even knew those existed.No sir, that there is a “Goldburst”…not the same animal…this was the gold version of the now infamous “Silverburst”…..Norlin made a few.
@Slashperryburst that thread is nice but those are all reissues, custom shop etc. etc.
My understanding is we were talking about regular LPC’s in a GT finish….I think the OP even mentioned looking for the Norlin era specifically…..the reason I say that is because I still do not think I have actually seen a factory GTLPC from that era.