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  2. My 2001 Songbird Deluxe is my favorite and -- to my ears -- best sounding guitar. It has the same OEM pickup (w/o controls) as yours, but I have no idea as to the manufacturer.. An email to Gibson Customer Service may bring a speedy answer though.
  3. Congrats on the new camera! :)
  4. Charlie, I believe you want to use the BB code. ☺
  5. Look inside the soundhole for the serial number -- up by the neck block. Match the number with the year of manufacture here: https://www.martingu...-number-lookup/ You can contact Martin for the specs here: https://www.martingu...stomer-service/
  6. I've logged in to the forum using Chrome, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge on my Windows laptop as well as other Windows computers at work Additionally, I've logged in using Silk on my Amazon Fire tablet. I've logged out and logged back in again. However, the Trading Post isn't visible to me in the forum anymore. This has gone on for about three weeks. Any suggestions?
  7. Congrats! Everyone needs a J-45. ☺ Pickguards are purely a matter of personal preference. I kept the pickguard on my J-45; however, yours looks really nice without one.
  8. I traded for one some years ago and still love the guitar - Bubinga is a very sweet tonewood.
  9. I'm also amazed at the quality of the lower price point guitars nowadays. My Epi Les Paul Special (with P-90 pickups)stays in a stand by my desk. Given its price, the guitar sounds ridiculously good and is extremely easy to play. I'm not suggesting that the Epi sounds better than or just like my Gibson LP Special (also w/ P-90s),the Epi sounds a whole lot better than anyone would rationally expect a $100 guitar to sound.
  10. The J-45 case will definitely fit your CL-20. Both guitars use the same case.
  11. The question wasn't "Which Epiphones sound good?" or "Do Epiphones sound better than Gibsons?" The original poster simply wants to know whicht Epis sound most LIKE a Gibson. Whether one thinks that Gibsons sound sound terrible or Epiphones sound great is completely irrelevant. While Masterbilts are very fine guitars -- as far as I can discern, they sound nothing like a Gibson.
  12. This is a case of better vs beater. No contest: Masterbilt EF in a landslide. All solid wood vs laminated back & sides. Better resale value and --- most importantly --- better tone.
  13. Sorry, but there ain't none. . . .
  14. Unfortunately, I've never found considered the UMGF administration to be remotely conservative nor very tolerant of anything conservative. I'd also suggest that 70-year-olds folks are more likely to be liberal because of the cultural El Nino in which they grew up. That said, some very, very fine folks hang their hats at the UMGF, and it's a great place for Martin and general guitar related info.
  15. No offense, but if those folks -- or any others -- aren't in heaven, I'll feel sorry for them, but no way am I choosing the alternative. . . :)
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