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TheEightSixty

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About TheEightSixty

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  1. TheEightSixty

    ES 125

    I have a 1952 ES-125. It’s a fantastic guitar. The price is usually around $1500 for these, and I personally think they are worth every penny. Solid American craftsmanship from a different time in instrument building history.
  2. Hey everyone! I’m new to the forum here, and I just picked up a 1998 Gibson ES-335 63 RI Historic Made in Nashville. It’s a natural finish with dark mahogany neck and full fretboard inlays. I was wondering if anyone had any information on these guitars? I can’t really seem to find too much about them, and do t see any for sale online that contain worth while information. What I do know is that these were built in Nashville, I think from 98-01 by the custom shop historic team, but other than that, I don’t know much about it. I’m curious as to how many were made, finding out if these were definitely CS Historic, and what the potential value is? It’s a beautiful guitar. Great resonance and a fat full tone. Any information and help is much appreciated! Thanks I’m advanced!
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