Yep, that's clearly a regular production 61 reissue.
Does the one with the sig on the truss cover (that should say Les Paul) have Grovers? That one sounds like the limited run of custom shop '62...
Thinking of sending mine out to Dax & Co. for a relic job.
....and look how small they are, a rock band straight out of the shire. Eat your heart out AC/DC.
Ironically funny how most the complaining about this band is because they are LZ copies. Like, I hate how this band sounds because they sound like...
Totally real. Just Google 2005 SG Standard and there's tons of pics of them and they look just like that.
I just picked one of these up used/mint and these are very well made guitars. The neck feels like a custom shop with smooth frets and not the...
2015 models are the pariah of Gibson, nobody wants the real thing why would anyone fake one?
This takes photo-flame finishes to a new level.
I prefer the smaller one by far. Also, you can make this post a poll where people can actually vote which one.
I like that, that's the nitro lacquer shrinking into the wood. It's hard to replicate that on an artificial relic.
How's this one wet your whistle?
I like it the way it is, black is nice too. Not sure if it's worth the $$ to repaint it though, and it will probably affect the resale. If it was...
Not at all, you can do it yourself if you want.
I'd clear coat over those sigs or do something to preserve them, it's not often to get all the sigs on the correct style guitar and now that Mal...
I've seen a few of these recently in the $8k-$10k range so I'm not surprised that they are asking $12k because everything they sell is priced high.
Yea I don't care for it mostly because it clutters up my searches. But that said, I did get a good deal on a Les Paul Custom from one of them....
No sorry, I actually didn't look at the price this one and $1400 is decent, that's about it though because a Maestro will run you about $250 to...
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