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  1. Hi,Good Day;

    My name is Miss.Mary Dickson, I saw your profile to day at (forum.gibson.com) and was moved and become interested in you, I will like you to send me an email to my address (marydickson100@yahoo.in) so that i can give you my pictures for you to know whom i am.

    I believed we can move from here? Remember colour or distance does not matter but LOVE matters allot in life...

  2. [Found some pictures on the HD...
  3. 1968 reissues/historics really seem to be something special, don't they? The more I look into it, the less clear it gets... My question is about a 1968 Les Paul Custom, Custom Authentic, Serial# 035748. Ebony, nickel hardware, aged finish and has the black Custom/Art/Historic (TKL) case. In the end it doesn't matter, it is a *killer* guitar, but I'd just like to know how it's put together; is it solid mahogany, or maple top, BRW fingerboard or not, what kind of PU's are in it, long tenon? All that kind of jazz... There are countless variations going 'round. I could take some pictures if strictly needed, but I have no intention of disassembling the beast to take some shots of the internals, as it came to me as good as can be. Not a single screw or setting has been touched since day one, apart from new strings. It's perfect and I'd like to keep it that way. Disassembly always leaves a mark somewhere, don't ask me how I know. Thanks for any input.
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