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  1. Sorry, I just saw your post. I listed it on E-Bay this morning. I listed it with a starting price of $2500 and a Buy It Now of $3300. I hate sell this one, but need the cash. Thanks. Scott
  2. That is about what I was thinking, 3,000-3,300. Thanks. Scott
  3. I will have to part ways with my beloved Montana Gold J200. ant thoughts on the current value of a perfect "10"? Thanks, Scott
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    I use Unreal Book on my iPad. Great app for the gigging musician. Easy to set up and share set list, sheet music, etc.
  5. I have used polywebs and nano webs for 5 years. I get 3 good months of use from both. I am good about using a rag to wipe them down frequently. Even during the summer when gigging in Florida at an outdoor venue (lot's of sweat) I can get several good weeks from Elixirs. I am a fan.
  6. It is a 1994. And thank you for the response.
  7. It is a Gibson Starburst with a nice quilted maple body. Does not appear to have been refinished before.
  8. It is a natural finish over maple.
  9. I am looking at a Gibson acoustic with a finish problem. A cloth of some sort "fused" to the finish on the bottom of the lower bout. When the owner pulled the cloth away, it pulled off most of the finish. Has anyone had any exerience in having Gibson refinish a portion (of all) of one of their acoustics?? All thoughts and suggestions are welcome. Thanks.
  10. Roland AC-90. Awesome amp and is very compact and light weight. Plus it comes with it's own padded gig beg. I rate it a 10 out of 10.
  11. My brother and I perform as on the Florida gulf coast as "Caribbean Camouflage", so naturally, floral/hawaiin shirts are our uniform of choice.
  12. Not familiar with T-Cut, but Virtuoso did a wonderful job cleaning my 1960 LG-1. When I first purchased it, it was a bit dirty. Virtuoso gets my vote of confidence for Gibson finishes.
  13. I am a Gibson fan, but I wouldn't rule any specific brand of guitar. I am always on the hunt for another guitar. I have bought/sold/traded 26 guitars in the last 6 years. Of those 26, there are only 2 that I will not part with: 1) 2004 Gibson Montana Gold J200 and 2) 1992 Gibson Starburst Flame. Having said that, I have a couple of great sounding Takamine's, and a Taylor GS-Mini that is a great travel guitar. To me it is about the comfort and playability as much as anything. I have relatively small hands, and don't like guitars with thick necks. I have a friend who has a Martin D28 t
  14. I'm with you. I need some help too
  15. I'm not sure what they're shipped with. I like "lights" for my J-200. I just recently tried "mediums" and didn't care for the feel or the tone as compared to the "lights".
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