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  1. The lesson for everyone... always do your homework and always buy from a reputable dealer. And funnily enough Custom Shop guitars are never sold for bargain prices unless there is something wrong with them. Like being a fake or hot (stolen)
  2. Bump...sorry been on vaction in Fenderland for a while Time to revisit the 356 tonight
  3. It was actually ES75 WRGH1 Not with a 2. It was a weird *** old fashioned 1 that looked like a 2 Thanks for the input All is good and it is a beautiful guitar. Wine Red is a great colour even in a plain top
  4. Thanks to Franzi and Vincent W Nice to know this stuff
  5. Yes it does have gold hardware And thank you to VincentW I know it is genuine ... just confused by the ES75 I am glad it is just a quirk of Gibson number Many thanks
  6. I know I am in the wrong area but getting no response in the Hollow Body section My question is this - I have a Gibson 2006 Wine Red ES 175 with 57 Custom p/u etc My question is why the model number written on the Orange label inside the 'f-hole" of the guitar and on the Gibson checklist is written as ES75 WRGH2 What happened to the number "1" in the ES 175 and what does the WRGH2 signify Over to the Gibson experts
  7. I have a Gibson 2006 Wine Red ES 175 with 57 Custom p/u etc My question is why is the model number written on the Orange label inside the 'f-hole" of the guitar and on the Gibson checklist written as ES75 WRGH2 What happened to the number "1" in the ES 175 and what does the WRGH2 signify Over to the Gibson experts
  8. Sorry about the cryptic nature of the first post The guitar is a Gibson 2006 Wine Red ES 175 with 57 Custom p/u etc My question is why is the model number in the guitar and on the checklist written as ES75 WRGH2 Over to the Gibson experts
  9. Is this a "typo" for a ES 175 or some weird model number???? This was handwritten on the Gibson checklist and on the orange label inside the "f" hole ES75 WRGH2 Any thoughts Mr Gibson
  10. Yeah I asked this question last year as well but who knows why it hasn't been acted on. Trying to keep them a secret possibly
  11. Apologies if this has been done before Over to the experts for some help here Thanks
  12. many thanks for all the responses the new spec pages will be a great bonus to everyone regards from OZ
  13. bump no local stores in OZ that are like Wildwood caramel sounds sweet :-)
  14. I understand the theory and the maths behind fretboard radius measurement and the difference between a 7.25, a 9.5 and a 12 etc. But does anyone have a chart that shows what Gibsons have what???? Fender seem to make a big deal of this in their literature but Gibson not so much? Can anyone help here ?
  15. dodgytoo

    Kramer F6000

    Someone's gotta start the ball rolling here in Kramer land Had one in a lovely "Floppy Pink" colour since new... 1987 model. Still looks a million $$$ and plays great, so fast
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