Members thom Posted July 12, 2010 Members Share Posted July 12, 2010 I know, if it looks too good to be true, it's probably not true. '52 Les Paul Goldtop, P90s, with original case. Supposedly 100% original. It looks to be in good or maybe even very good condition, but I'd need at least some better pics to be sure. As long as I don't get my hopes up too high, it won't hurt to just check it out, right? It's not what I was looking for, and it costs way more then what I wanted to spend, but if it's for real I just have to jump it. The seller doesn't even live that far away from me, so with some luck I can go check the guitar out tomorrow. So how can I tell it apart from a real good replica? And what would a real '52 goldtop evene be worth nowadays? Cheers. Edit: There was a phone number in the add I overlooked at first. Wrong number. And I guess the aweful grammar and spelling in the description isn't a good sign either. So nevermind, it's a fake. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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