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  1. 300s were memphis, but Memphis wasn’t open when my guitar was produced. Only Nashville was.
  2. It won’t let me post a pic because all my pics are “over the size limit” but I have posted it on my Reddit here
  3. But the thing is, the run numbers appear to run sequentially. If the first acoustic produced today in Bozeman Montana is marked 001 then the second is marked 002 etc. Same thing with electrics if you look at the examples the serial number 82765501 means the instrument was the 1st instrument stamped that day. The second would be 502, the third 503, etc. up to 999. Kalamazoo run number were 001 through 499, and the example shows that the numbers ran sequentially. 70108276 was the 276th guitar stamped on January 10th 1978. If the electrics may start as low as the 300s, then wouldn't
  4. Hey everyone – Looking for some insight on one of my Les Pauls. It is the first Les Paul I ever purchased and I’ve had her now for 15 years! I bought her from a local shop in 2006 when I was 21 years old. She’s a 1996 Tobacco Burst Gibson Les Paul Standard with a 59 Profile neck and it gets a lot, and I mean A LOT, of attention. I’m always getting comments about the paint job on it, and the wood grain of the top. Most people comment saying that they’ve seen tobacco bursts before but have never seen one look so good, or done quite so well. Others marvel over the grain on the top.
  5. Hey everyone – Looking for some insight on one of my Les Pauls. It is the first Les Paul I ever purchased and I’ve had her now for 15 years! I bought her from a local shop in 2006 when I was 21 years old. She’s a 1996 Gibson Les Paul Standard (50s reissue) with tobacco burst and it gets a lot, and I mean A LOT, of attention. I’m always getting comments about the paint job on it, and the wood grain of the top. Most people comment saying that they’ve seen tobacco bursts before but have never seen one look so good, or done quite so well. Others marvel over the grain on the top. I’v
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