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  1. Matt4356, it took me till the afternoon after making the post to realize that what I thought was a "1" was actually an "I" 😂. In my defense, while checking to see approximately what level of stupid I was, I had my boyfriend, son, and next door neighbors read the serial number to me. They all said "1" right off the bat. Once I caught on to my mistake, I ran the serial number again and got the same info you did. Thanks for checking for me 🙂
  2. kidblast, G400 is what I'm leaning toward as well, going by pictures I've found online.
  3. Guys, I'm stupid, gotta quit smoking so much of the old Devil's Lettuce lol. I found the guitar by the serial number. How did accomplish this today, despite my inability to do so last night? Well.....last night I thought the "I" in the beginning was a "1" 🙄. Omg. So now I'm pretty sure she's not a counterfeit; I know counterfeit Epiphones exist but WHY???? They don't have an especially high resell value. However, that still doesn't tell me what model she is.
  4. *Also posted this in the Epiphone electrics section. I hope that's allowed? I'm fairly new here. Picked this up yesterday (used) because she sounds great, feels perfect to my fretting hand, is in pretty damn good condition, and seems pretty well made, at least as far as I can tell. Not as good of quality as my Gibson LP, but I'm pretty sure that's to be expected, and I can't afford any of the Gibson SGs. She has a straight neck--truss rod adjustment = normal, twisty = hell no!--and it's a set neck with trapezoid inlays. Headstock has the, idk, crown? logo and the truss rod cover says "Gi
  5. Picked this up yesterday (used) because she sounds great, feels perfect to my fretting hand, is in pretty damn good condition, and seems pretty well made, at least as far as I can tell. Not as good of quality as my Gibson LP, but I'm pretty sure that's to be expected, and I can't afford any of the Gibson SGs. She has a straight neck--truss rod adjustment = normal, twisty = hell no!--and it's a set neck with trapezoid inlays. Headstock has the, idk, crown? logo and the truss rod cover says "Gibson". She has 4 black top hat knobs with silver colored centers that say "tone" and "volume". The tun
  6. When in doubt, call Gibson customer service. They can run the serial number to see if it matches the model and tell you the production year.
  7. My boyfriend is a lefty and a beginner, so I've been dealing with similar issues since he gave me a basic rundown of what he likes, then left me in charge of finding it. Fortunately for him, he's drawn to Fender Strats and Teles. Wasn't really that hard to find something right for him but why do lefty models cost more??? They're the same size and if they already have a dedicated line in the factory, as they should, the work is no different. Is it a "screw you for being different" fee or something? Lefty guitars may be unfairly higher priced across the board, but at least they can be foun
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