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  1. Hi

    I am looking for a gentle and SEXy man

    My phоtо here https://sex-gibson.tumblr.com

    Kisses Rosetree

  2. Update --- here's a shot of the pickup. Not a PAF --- One with the patent number. Begging the question, did somebody swap out pickups with vintage ones that predate the guitar or just one set up 90s Gibson pickups with a different set. Still a bit confused about this.
  3. And here's a shot of where said pickup lives.
  4. Sorry. The pickup photo didn't attach. Here it is.
  5. Hi again. I finally had a guitar tech pull out the pickups and here it is.. well the back of one of them anyway, It is not a PAF, it actually has a number as you can see. The guitar is from 1991. So does this mean these pickups predate the guitar? Or did somebody just swap out the '91 pickups with a different style of vintage style pickups? This is all kind of confusing. Thanks
  6. Excellent reply. Thanks for the information.
  7. I figure if somebody can tell me more about my guitar, it would be someone in this forum. A number of years ago I bought my Gibson Les Paul Classic in a local used guitar shop (now closed). It was one of the only LPs they had that I could afford. I haven't played it much but I opened the case the other day and started reading bout this particular model. Some questions. The serial number is 1 3074 There is a space between the 1 and the other four numbers. Does the serial number mean 1991 or 2001? I searched it and it said it could be either but i keep reading that 01 means 2001 and this means 1991. question 2 I see that Les Paul Classics generally come with uncovered pickups. Does this automatically mean the previous owner changed out the pickups or did some come from the factory like this. I could take it to a tech to check out -- and I likely will some day but I thought I'd ask here first. Thanks in advance to anyone who has answers for me.
  8. I figure if somebody can tell me more about my guitar, it would be someone in this forum. A number of years ago I bought my Gibson Les Paul Classic in a local used guitar shop (now closed). It was one of the only LPs they had that I could afford. I haven't played it much but I opened the case the other day and started reading bout this particular model. Some questions. The serial number is 1 3074 There is a space between the 1 and the other four numbers. Does the serial number mean 1991 or 2001? I searched it and it said it could be either but i keep reading that 01 means 2001 and this means 1991. question 2 I see that Les Paul Classics generally come with uncovered pickups. Does this automatically mean the previous owner changed out the pickups or did some come from the factory like this. I could take it to a tech to check out -- and I likely will some day but I thought I'd ask here first. Thanks in advance to anyone who has answers for me.
  9. Thanks. Actually I do have better ones LOTS of better ones. I have a very bad case of GAS (guitar acquisition syndrome). This is a way to have another "kind" of guitar without having to take out a third mortgage. ;)
  10. http://cgi.ebay.com/RARE-GIBSON-EPIPHONE-MAP-GUITAR-UNPLAYED-NOS-/110564845175?cmd=ViewItem&pt=Guitar&hash=item19be2da677
  11. Wow... nobody eh? What's the problem? Is it the humour? The Gibson reference? Nobody owns this guitar? Don't all jump up at once[confused]
  12. Yup... mine are different. Volume and tone written out.. and the writing hugs the outside of the circle.
  13. And those are some snazzy looking guitars.
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