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Johnny 6 String last won the day on June 10 2018

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  • Birthday 01/22/1970

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  1. That's 2019 serial#, Gibson changed their format awhile ago and you cant get the build day anymore, just the year which is the 1st 2 digits. Johnny
  2. How has Big Bill missed this?
  3. Hi Lukks; The poor pic was suspect, but the vids are proof, NOT real. Do not buy this, keep looking and good luck. Johnny
  4. The SG guitar Book 50 years of SG indicates small blocks start around '73 and bound necks end around '73. Looks like you've got a transition. And I'd say TV Yellow based on the pick up and cavity routes. Johnny
  5. Johnny 6 String


    That's what I'm talking about, SWEET!!!!!!!
  6. Where's the sample of your mad camera skills? Eagerly waiting
  7. Hi, thanks for replying to my post earlier, could you possibly explain to me what the extra smaller switch is on the guitar? I don't see it on others of the same model? is this because the pickups were changed? 

    Thanks,  Mias

  8. Do you ever “store” a tuner on the head stock?
  9. Hi Me.; Looks like a modded SG-100 from the early 70's. Some one added a bridge pup and removed the tone for a switch. There was an SG-200 that had two of the single coils and sliders for each instead of a toggle. This look familiar http://www.guitartraders.com/5468 Hope that helps Johnny
  10. Hi John; I'm no expert by far, but I think this was used late nineties/early 2000 on some Elegant and Ultima Les Pauls. If I'm correct yours could be a 98. I dont think the Custom Shop as such until the early/mid 90's, so that lines up. Looks like an ebony board, so tells is that an Elegant or Ultima? Johnny
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