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  1. Ok, no problem getting my SJ-200 to go there; just being the songwriter that has slowed my fame and fortune a bit!
  2. In person with somebody getting to play and hear it is the way to get a decent price up near or just above the 2 figure. I just went and got mine out of the case a minute ago, and it's still not for sale. You probably have no real hope of getting fully what it is worth, if it happens to be one of the few that sound good from that time. Most just don't, and everybody knows that. If it means nothing special to you guys , you let it go for whatever. But darn, it is a Gibson guitar so spiff it up and strive for 2, if it doesn't sound like it has somebody's old socks in it!.
  3. SJ Deluxe Newbie - Don't give it away or anything. The burst finish usually brings a little less than the natural. As said, Norlin era was not a good one for Gibson. I have a 74 SJ Deluxe I keep though, just cause I'm contrary I guess. Condition and, most of all, somebody getting to hands on play it are the key factors to a good sale price on such a Gibson from that time. One if by mail, two if in person. How do you plan to sell it?
  4. Thank you, Juan. I appreciated that one!
  5. Hall

    NGD

    Well done, on a nice guitar. Good luck on the endeavor.
  6. Gibson, Light, 80/20
  7. Well done, and looks good! Enjoy.
  8. Well done. Got used to all of mine without a pin. That is a pretty one; hope the sound matches!
  9. Third Man's Theme, Mag 7 and Kotter
  10. CG is "outstanding!" Amen.
  11. That's why there is Marty Barre!
  12. Yes, thank you for making the effort, tpbiii. Those were nice!
  13. A, well done, on that one. Looks good from here. I like the fat necks. Hope you enjoy it!
  14. I receive ACOSTIC GUITAR also and have for years!
  15. Howdy, jmurph! I'm across the river from Cincy. Welcome. No info other than, very nice looking Dove!
  16. I use John Pearse pb lights. edit: try the light touch, it really does seem to bring out the best of my Vintage's tone.
  17. Yea, don't get me wrong. I like my Vintage enough to call it my go to now days. The adi top probably makes the crisp tight sound I hear as the prominent feature.
  18. pg60 - that is how I would describe the sound of my 2016 Vintage to this day. It hasn't darkened as I played it in, and the lack of bass is a little disappointing at times. I finger pick only any more and have come to realize the lighter the touch the better the tone on this guitar. It is a different sound than the standard J-45 for sure. ' Fore I forget the neck is that hefty C shape. *So, to op, the top wood adi and neck shape are areas to check for difference.
  19. Didn't check the specs on the 42 before replying here, but the Vintage is torrefied top.
  20. Should have kept the old Sears catalogs and the outhouse!
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