I hope a member here won this minty '61 Gibson LP/SG on Ebay

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  1. Alex

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  2. Kevin James

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    Too pricey IMO. The only LP/SG I would go that high on is an super clean Ebony Block because of the low number of them produced. But then I already have the cleanest one Ive ever seen and I didnt pay close to that. For a standard side pull though even in that condition and with the brown case I'd top out at $15K. Anything higher and no thank you lol

    And personally Alex, I'd take the one you just bought over this one :D
     
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    It's hard to belief a guitar in that condition has ever been played.

    Stellar:drool:
     
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    Someday I'm going to respond to a Craigslist SG guitar for sale ad and show up at some little old biddy's farmhouse and she's going to be selling an SG just like this for $75. ...And then I'm going to talk her down to $65.:laugh2: (OK, not really, that would just be mean, I'd simply go ahead and give her the $75.)
     
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    Is that the one that someone was in here last week asking what it was worth?
    (Yodaspeak again...C'mon Tony, you do have an education you know...syntax?)
     
  6. SG Lou

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    I gotta agree with Kevin on this one. Several yrs ago when the market was high a 61 or 62 in mint condition was pulling close to and slightly above $20k.
    But not in these times...................:dunno:
     

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