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62 years old
June 6, 1955
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Vintage Gibson Guitars, Basses & Amps

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  1. In Topic:First Gibson - 1993 Les Paul Studio

    17 November 2017 - 08:43 AM

    If you try too many of them, you'll end up with a herd............ It's an addiction that you can usually make a little (or a lot) of money on when you sell them down the road. [thumbup]
  2. In Topic:Best Guitar Tuner

    15 November 2017 - 12:20 PM

    View PostRoach, on 17 May 2016 - 11:32 AM, said:

    I use boss tu-12H ALWAYS on the chromatic setting works better there it has a real needle gauge as well as lights...bout $100 though
    I could never tune by ear, not good enough anyways.

    +1 [thumbup] Also, it will tune a five string bass...............
  3. In Topic:Schaller Strap Locks

    08 November 2017 - 05:33 PM

    The first & many times the only thing I change on my guitars is to install Schaller Strap Locks. In 25 years, I've probably installed 50 sets & never had a problem. The screw on the endpin is of a larger size than the other screw & both screws that come with the Strap Locks. I push in two tooth picks, break them off & screw in the longer screw that is supplied. Do it slowly & it won't crack anything. Another thing that I've always done at the strap end, is enlarge the hole in the leather. Using a punch that comes with most grommet kits, I open the hole on both ends of the strap before installing the strap locks. This allows the strap lock to screw down & fit better, decreasing the chance of them coming loose. I have never had one come loose but still check them periodically. It will ruin the strap from being used with the stock strap buttons, but it's worked for me..............

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  4. In Topic:Vintage Case Question: Which Gibson?

    01 November 2017 - 06:12 PM

    With the exception of where the neck rests, it looks a lot like the case my 1977 RD Artist came in. That long strap is sort of puzzling. First impression was an SG Double neck, but I don't think it is wide enough for that.

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  5. In Topic:New ES line for 2018 , looks like no more 339

    31 October 2017 - 07:35 AM

    CME still have some in stock. They've been selling floor models at a discount....................




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    20 Jul 2014 - 11:15
    Hi Chris, I've never had a Titan, but I may have some info on it...........
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    chris john turner 

    20 Jul 2014 - 10:46
    hello I would like to know about an old Gibson titan amp I think its a very early model are they rare I could send pictures of it
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