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  1. Thanks, I already sent the pictures to customer service and they confirmed that this guitar isn't a real Gibson. I was scammed and was my mistake receiving the guitar without taking the time to confirm the precedence (Sadly this guitar wasn't cheap). I will donate it or sell it painting the logo to avoid more scams. Just as a suggestion, It would be great to have a service online to identify fake guitars analyzing pics using machine learning and some blockchain mechanism to track digital certificates and validate the serial number. Again, thanks all to help me clarify my doubts.
  2. I sent pics to Gibson and they confirmed my doubts. It's a fake one. Thanks for the recommendation, very good advice.
  3. Thanks for the recommendation. I'll do it
  4. Here is another picture of the bridge. The guitar apparently was painted. My link Thanks for your comments. I will sell the guitar soon and to determine if I received a fake Gibson is very important to reduce a lot the selling price and make a fair deal.
  5. Hi fellows, I need some help to identify if this guitar is a real Gibson or a fake one because I don't have the authenticity certificate. The model should be "Gibson Les Paul Standard Alpine Tribute 60's 2002" Could do you please take a look at the pictures and share your opinion about it? I received the guitar as payment and the sound is great, however, I keep the doubt if it's a fake or not. Picture 1 Picture 2 Picture 3 Picture 4 Picture 5 Picture 6 Thanks so much
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