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Information required to assist with identifying your instrument

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 11:36 AM

Identifying a particular model/variation can be difficult, please post all of the following information to assist with identifying and/or dating your instrument.

A complete description including the serial number and any other information written on or inside of the instrument. Please note that the serial number alone cannot be used to identify or authenticate your instrument.

Any information relating to the known history of the instrument.

Photos of the instrument - please post full front, full back, close ups of the front and back of the headstock, serial number (if not on back of headstock), and any inside label that the instrument may have.

If you prefer not to post this information on our forum, you may also send this information to us via email at service@gibson.com - please make sure that the total file size of the email with photos is 2MB or less. Any emails larger than 2MB may be rejected by our mail server.

This is not an appraisal service - for information regarding the value of your instrument, please consult a used instrument pricing guide or contact a used instrument dealer in your area.
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