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  1. +1 on the Gibson, it'll sound good no matter what you play her through.
  2. Gorgeous top on her, congrats.
  3. Great looking herd there. How's the longhorn play?
  4. Good stuff, wonder which dosage he's on?
  5. Here's my '07 EC signature, it sounds even better than it looks.
  6. +1 on the nut being the problem. BTW welcome and although you shouldn't have to pay for a reair on a brand new guitar, I always have the nut replaced on my Gibsons to a bone nut. Better quality and with the right luthier is so much better tone. On a side note, you can't go wrong in getting a set-up guide book like the one from Stew-Mac. and learn to do your own set ups in the future, it's well worth the 20.00 price in the long run and you'll be able to set up to your own preferences instead of having to rely on someone else. Of course there are a few things that will require a luthier such as a nut, unless you are experienced with such mods. Good luck and welcome aboard.
  7. Yeah, she's a beauty. I've always wanted a custom. Congrats on the new score.
  8. Congrats CB, and many more anniversary's with your lady. Cheers.
  9. That's one sweet looking LP, and you're a lucky man to have a wife that gives ya that kind of present. Enjoy it.
  10. loneguitar

    My new baby

    Congrats, nice herd there.
  11. +1 the only way you can obtain one is by having Gibson do an inspection on the guitar. Either in person or by sending the guitar back to them. I don't know if it's always been that way but it is now. I think mostly in part because of counterfeiting. Nice excuse to take a trip on down to Nashville.
  12. Here's an ad that was in a local paper here: Gibson Guitar Factory 145 Lt. George Lee Avenue, Memphis, TN 901 543 0800 xt 105 Location on Google Maps Latitude: 35.138749 Longitude: -90.053168 Description Take the Gibson guided tour with a knowledgeable "honest to goodness" musician. Learn how our talented craftspeople combine their skills with the latest in guitar technology to hand shape a silent block of wood, and, as if by magic, turn it into a beautiful musical instrument with a voice all its own. See and hear how, for over 100 years, Gibson has helped make the world of music what it is today and sets the tempo for where it's going tomorrow. Hours Sunday- Wednesday 1:00pm Thursday - Saturday 11:00am, 12:00pm, 1:00pm, and 2:00pm $10 per person (age 12 and over), tour length is 25 minutes.
  13. Unusual but very nice, congrats on your new lady and welcome to the forum.
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