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  • #16
    It's nice but it's no Gibsun.
    Some stuff

    Alc's Trower Jam Take

    Alc's Santana Jam Take

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    • #17
      Enjoy!
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      • #18
        Nice. If my eyes dont deceive me I think its a 1985.
        The 1st and the 5th number denote the year in most cases.
        Enjoy that..

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        • #19
          wow thats 900.00 you could have spent on a great strat!!!!! then it would have been a happy NGD! anyway happy new guitar day!
          good trades with: gravyK, frankiej, Richard Coibion a.k.a monsterpiece guy!, petersenb9, q-4000, jfarabee, twisty571, mvolta84, XMahkaihX, vangkm, mazi bee, and yet again twisty571

          good deals with: bisticles, thesense, danhauk, thesense again, truthis123, alexmack, shred4life, kojdogg, mvolta84, oxide, session, Martini908, jds22, estaban22, teleman, made of cones

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          • #20
            Nice. If my eyes dont deceive me I think its a 1985.
            The 1st and the 5th number denote the year in most cases.
            Enjoy that..



            That's what I was thinking as well.


            $950 for an 85 LP Standard with case is a steal.

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            • #21
              Saw it at a pawn shop for 1200. Put it on layaway for the final price of 900 and 50 bucks tax. Had it on layaway since around Thanksgiving (here's the story and original thread):

              http://acapella.harmony-central.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1813241

              I picked it up yesterday. One of the guys who worked there, apparently a guitarist, told me it's a good thing I put it on layaway when I did. Two days later a guy showed with 1200 in cash for it.

              Dated the serial number, seems like it was produced in 1987, a year after I was born.









              Tuners replaced with Grovers, which is a nice touch, because I HATE standard traditional Gibson tuners. They break on me constantly.



              A little dinged up, just enough for me not to be afraid of actually playing it. Along each fret, the binding has a little crack... kind of cool. Came with a lot of goodies, two polishing clothes, polish, leather strap, strap locks, extra strings... It's in standard, and I gotta take it down to drop C. I'm a little nervous to mess with it yet because I like it so much. Gotta go up a guage and tune it down. Wish me luck!





              Very cool. Great price too!

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              • #22
                wow wine red is hot..

                HNGD
                check out my sweet dealzzz, I got tons of them

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                • #23
                  Congratulations and Happy New Gibby Day!

                  Nice axe!

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                  • #24
                    I have a real NGD also, but my deal wasn't as good as yours. That's highway robbery and it is a good highway to rob.

                    Nice guitar!!!
                    Good Deals With:


                    Tweedledee, Yavin, Tube_Tone, Florbastang, emmerwood, cbh5150, cody4474, Slave2theAudio, magz76, leftside, woodyjunior, Dr. Scottie C, BrunoRod

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                    • #25
                      wow thats 900.00 you could have spent on a great strat!!!!! then it would have been a happy NGD! anyway happy new guitar day!


                      Haha. Definitely not a strat fan. I scowl at my Tracer for it's resemblance daily.
                      Guitars:
                      - Gibson Les Paul Standard '85
                      - Fender MIJ '52 Esquire
                      - 50s Homebuilt Tele
                      - Baritone Tele

                      Basses:

                      - Rickenbacker 4001 '64
                      - Gibson Grabber
                      - Gibson G3

                      Amps:
                      - Marshall 1965B
                      - Peavey 2x10
                      - Sunn 200S

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                      • #26
                        nice...but I coulda got two real Edwards for that much.
                        it wasn`t me

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                        • #27
                          Sweeeeet !
                          Originally Posted by aenemated


                          ...if i wanted a daisy rock with goddamn care bears and rainbow brite on it, i'd ****************ing well have it and rock it out like a mother****************er.









                          Originally Posted by curseoftruth


                          Come on people. Being a musician doesn't mean being a ******.

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                          • #28
                            hell yea, how does it sound? plus, 85, is that still Tim Shaw era humbuckers? I've seen those pickups alone go for $400 on ebay! ...if they're stock

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                            • #29
                              1 Jay Turser JTLT standard
                              1 Vox AD30VT
                              1 Alvarez Koa Acoustic
                              No job, 3 kids, a wife, and a mountain of debt.

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                              • #30
                                nice...but I coulda got two real Edwards for that much.


                                I thought they ran around 700?
                                Guitars:
                                - Gibson Les Paul Standard '85
                                - Fender MIJ '52 Esquire
                                - 50s Homebuilt Tele
                                - Baritone Tele

                                Basses:

                                - Rickenbacker 4001 '64
                                - Gibson Grabber
                                - Gibson G3

                                Amps:
                                - Marshall 1965B
                                - Peavey 2x10
                                - Sunn 200S

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