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    NiceGuyEddie 

    25 Jul 2012 - 00:20
    hello,I am looking at buying what is supposed to be a 2007 gibson 68 reissue les paul vos with seven digit serial number. the headstock photo matches numbers on a certificate coa. it reads 0710568. What is this? Did gibson use 7digit serial numbers recently?
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    Bozz335 

    07 Jan 2012 - 08:23
    Is there any possibility to see gibson dg-335 again? c'mon bring it back!!
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    360freq 

    17 Oct 2011 - 13:22
    my email status is setup to be private. how do i go about not receiving spam from these forums directed to my personal email inbox?
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    Gibby Galore 

    29 Jun 2011 - 00:00
    Last post got chopped. 2nd try: I need help decoding a certificate model code. I own a '00 LPR6AAGNH. A Murphy Aged LP 56 reissue goldtop. The LPR6 = Les Paul Reissue 6 (1956). The first 'A' = Aged. The 'AG' = Antique Gold.
    The 'H' at the end = Historic. So, what's the 'N' stand for? Thanks
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    Gibby Galore 

    28 Jun 2011 - 23:49
    Hi Admin,
    I need some help decoding certificate model nomenclature.
    I have a 2000 LPR6AAGNH. A Murphy Aged LP 56 reissue goldtop.
    Okay, the LPR6 = Les Paul Reissue 6 as in 1956.
    The first 'A' stands for Aged.
    The next 'AG' stands for Antique Gold.
    Skipping to the 'H' at the end, I'll assume = Historic.
    So, the $64.00 question:...
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    bflspk 

    31 Oct 2010 - 19:47
    Hi!
    I saw one of your posts on a serial number. I'm currently talking to somebody about their Les Paul that they have for sale. The serial number is 991052. What can you tell me about it?
    Any help would be appreciated.
    Steve
    bflspk@gmail.com
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