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Dave90

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  1. yup! I agree with everything you said. But that itself should make the non custom shop Gibsons go lower in prices imo ๐Ÿค”
  2. Thank you! I just don't think conditioning the fretboard will do the job.. and as you said, you should do it, every one/two years.. depending on your weather too.. but it will always look light, maybe a bit darker after some lemon oil, for a few days.. ๐Ÿ™ƒ
  3. Well I know it's rosewood! ๐Ÿคจ there are many types of rosewood though.. But letting the guitars go to dealers and respective stores with fretboards looking like that.. it's just a no for me, considering the price point! Guess fretboard conditioner would just do the trick for a day or two, no? ๐Ÿค”
  4. The Gibsons USA I've looked at in shops, they all have a thing in common.. and unfortunately is a thing that I don't like.. those light rosewood fretboards! Can you guys explain me why is that a thing now? since the 2019 models I think, at least, that's when I first noticed it. What are the woods being used for the fretboards? Is it possible to make it look darker, in a natural way, without causing any damages? Thank you, Best Regards David
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