Discussion in 'Other Guitars' started by DrBGood, Dec 3, 2018.
Going to pickup this baby tomorrow !
Les Pauls have always been pretty in gold. Good choice. Looks vintage with the 90s.
It'll be in good company.
Looks like a '56 Lester...
very cool. Gibson asks a lot for one of those:
Sweet! Congrats on a great looking guitar. I have a weak spot for goldtops. More pictures, please.
It is a Lester '56 ... by Epiphone.
I paid 4.5% of the Gibson True Historic 1956 Les Paul Goldtop Reissue price. For that difference, I can live with clipped ears.
Once I get it, this afternoon.
Early X-mas this year, huh? Thats never bad thing
Well well now.
That guitar is NOT what I expected it to be, so it's not a Happy Guitar Day at all.
Sorry but I'm not in the mood to get into details, I'll just say that I am greatly dispirited and it's going right back on the market.
Sorry to hear that Dr B
Hope you can turn it around quickly and find yourself a better one
Sorry to hear that, Doc. When you are in the mood for it, please share some points on why you dislike it.
That is a huge shame - it had so much promise. Details when you can, please.
Thats sad to hear, Doctor.. Hope the return goes smooth, and you'll some day real soon come home happy, with your hands full of wood and strings and joy! We're with you, man!
C'est la vie.
eh bien alors.... quelle dommage...
mais vous avez la chance d'avoir d'excellentes guitares, n'est-ce pas? alors soyez de bonne humeur et trouvez-vous un autre si vous le souhaitez. Peut-être un meilleur.
(but you are blessed with excellent guitars, are you not? so be of good cheer, and find yourself another if you wish. Perhaps a better one.) ...pour les Anglophones
Thanks guys. I'll get over it, don't worry. I just have to get it out of my sight. I'll lose good money selling it, but with all the incredible deals I made before this one, it makes the frustration bearable and a lesson well learned.
But what is wrong with it?
Then how can you sell it, in good conscience? I wouldn't even sell a bad guitar to Draiyn.
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