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  1. In Topic:want another Gibson small body

    09 October 2017 - 04:12 PM

    View Postgruffydd3, on 09 October 2017 - 03:36 PM, said:

    How do you like the 12 fret compared to the usual 14 fret?



    I dont mind it... your limited on access of the board with a 12... the guitar is light.. Nice neck , it has volume as well..
  2. In Topic:want another Gibson small body

    09 October 2017 - 11:47 AM

    I got a L1 Tribute.. Not a bad little guitar.. Very light.. lots of tone..
  3. In Topic:1960's Gibson and CITES

    08 October 2017 - 11:28 AM

    what was something we could do in the past.. Is not the case for the future..
  4. In Topic:1956 ES350

    08 October 2017 - 11:25 AM

    View PostJimR56, on 06 October 2017 - 11:49 PM, said:

    Two things...

    The guitar in question is an ES-350T. The ES-350 was the earlier model with a deeper body.

    Also, the scale length of a 350T is 23 1/2", not 24 3/4".

    Your best bet for determining a value is to check the results of auctions on ebay, reverb, etc. You can also check gbase and dealer sites in general to get a ballpark idea of what prices people are asking. Pay attention to the details when you compare your guitar with those for sale (or sold) online. The condition of the guitar, the originality, year and features, etc etc.



    yep.. your right.. Nice guitar though.. 350Ts are different..
  5. In Topic:1956 ES350

    08 October 2017 - 11:25 AM

    View PostJimR56, on 06 October 2017 - 11:49 PM, said:

    Two things...

    The guitar in question is an ES-350T. The ES-350 was the earlier model with a deeper body.

    Also, the scale length of a 350T is 23 1/2", not 24 3/4".

    Your best bet for determining a value is to check the results of auctions on ebay, reverb, etc. You can also check gbase and dealer sites in general to get a ballpark idea of what prices people are asking. Pay attention to the details when you compare your guitar with those for sale (or sold) online. The condition of the guitar, the originality, year and features, etc etc.



    yep.. your right.. Nice guitar though.. 350Ts are different..

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