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27 August 2012 - 10:10 AMOk thanks!
27 August 2012 - 07:40 AMThanks for the replies.
If anyone from Gibson is here I'd be interested to know what you use at the factory to glue the labels on with. Thanks.
27 August 2012 - 06:20 AMget one of those glue sticks ( looks like chapstick ) from wallmart, home depot or lowes
That won't work, because the label is just lifting on one side, not enough of it is off to get that kind of glue stick under it.
I don't want to try to pull the whole label off as it might rip it.
I was thinking that just the application of a little water might do it.
10 August 2012 - 02:52 PMThe photographs are poor quality and the description is sparse.
Not everyone has a great camera, but if it was genuine I think that the seller would at least put a more detailed description.
If it's in London and you are genuinely interested you could arrange to meet on Denmark Street with a view to buy, but then you could go into vintage and rare before buying and have them take a look.
09 August 2012 - 03:23 PMNot for me.
I don't even like the look of them, and the prices are way high.
I think Fender should stick with what they are good at and leave the acoustics to Gibson, Collings etc. Who would buy that ugly cutaway with a strat style headstock for that money . . . you could get a great Collings, Gibson or Martin for that