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  1. Hello Fellow Guitarists! I am currently under going a fun project, I am trying to prep my Gibson SG to have it custom painted by a friend of mine but I am having one hell of a time stripping the paint off of the SG. are there other ways that people know about that i can use to expedite the process? Thank you in Advance!
  2. Perhaps. I would think the opposite as the scale is staying the same but the strings in between the bridge and stop tail got longer. I am gonna give it a shot anyway, taking my guitar beaten experimental SG to my luthier tomorrow to see if it is different. Going to leave the original posts where they are so the pickups stay grounded and if i want to switch back and forth. This poor thing has been through hell and back. I perform all my evil concocted ideas on this SG.
  3. Hey guys. I just got done watching a Rick Beato video Are Vintage Guitars worth the money. What caught my eye almost immediately was his 1965 Gibson SG with a stop tail modification after removing the Lyre Vibrato but the placement was further back from stock Gibson's. The gap between the Stoptail and bridge was enormous but he says that the strings feel looser and its more comfortable to play with that set up. So i was curious of the Pros and Cons of taking my stop tail and pushing it back a .5" to 1" and if anyone else has done this mod before.
  4. I finally took a stab in the dark and decided to get the Veneer. It is beautiful slightly bowed but thats something that a little steam cant fix. For those that are wondering in case you want to do this yourselves the ES/SG style head stock is larger than the Les Paul USA Lines (Smaller than the Les Paul Custom) however some shaving of the veneer is required. Ill post pics when the project is complete.
  5. Well that's what i'm still curious about. I just want to make sure that the veneer is the same size or larger than the Les Paul head stock. So if there is anyone out there with an SG and a LP that can compare the 2 head stock sizes to see if they are comparable that would be great!
  6. I am buying one without tuner holes so I can place those myself. But yeah i thought it would be fun to do something different and make a unique Les Paul.
  7. Good afternoon all, I've recently broken and repaired my head stock on my 2018 Les Paul Traditional and the veneer got destroyed in the process. I plan on replacing the veneer and I have an opportunity to make it anything I want, I plan on putting the Crown Inlay Veneer found on SG's or ES's and was wondering if the head stock shape is similar or at least larger so I can trim it down. Thank you all for your help.
  8. Wow learned more about the guitar. The last four are 4099, and it's awesome to know that the Fingerboard and bridge are made of Ebony. She's a player and I look forward to doing some actual songwriting on this guitar. Thanks for your help! until then I shall save for my next investment which is a 60s Gibson Dove.
  9. According to the Gibson Serial number thing apparently the manufacturer code was Nashville... Unless Acoustics run a different set of Serial Numbers but it was my understanding they are all universally the same and its only the Custom Shop Models that have unique Serial Numbers. Also is it Ebony Fretboard?
  10. My lovely family, unfortunately, my Fender Strat and LP Custom are out on loan going on tour with a few friends traveling around California https://imgur.com/ganNgHD
  11. Also if anyone knows any hosting websites i can use to add images... the one i used was "not allowed" on the forums
  12. HNGD, I have been lurking for a while and normally hang out on the Epiphone Forums but I finally went out and bought me a long-awaited Gibson Songwriter. I was saving up for a while then I saw this gem on the Guitar Center used website for 1200 because of a previously broken neck. I gambled and it is a beautiful neck fix. I can barely see it and I don't feel it. Anyway according to the Serial Number this was built in 2004 at Nashville and I am staring down this fretboard hardcore and I can't tell if this is Ebony or darkened rosewood. Regardless of what it is I absolutely fell in love and will cherish this guitar!
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