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  1. I'd agree that it's probably worth $400-500 in it's current condition, but you never know with eBay. "Project" guitars have been selling quite well. Usually going for more than I think they are worth.
  2. Have you checked inside the guitar to see if there are any lose or broken braces? That could cause excessive bellying. If the saddle is as low as it will go, can you shave the bridge down? If not, then it may need a neck reset to correct the problem, which will run you a good $350-400.
  3. From what I can tell from the pix you posted, you had the guitar resting against that "studded" strap, draped over the guitar stand. Looks like the dings are right in that spot. Did you notice this? Best I can suggest is wet sand with some 1500-2000 grit sandpaper and then buff & polish it.
  4. That's definitley a Gibson patent number used on a lot of PUs. For sure they are the real McCoy
  5. In what universe?
  6. I agree. Pickups are not wide enough for the PU covers, which appear to be stock.
  7. Have you seen the new L-00 TV? Stunning small body Gibson
  8. You might try spraying them with electronics cleaner that you get at Radio Shack. That might loosen them up a bit.
  9. What was the middle part again?
  10. Hard to believe he's 65 and still rockin. HBD
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