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About HarleyJohansson

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  1. Okay, thanks for the replies, it's clearer now indeed So it means if I want a 1957 3pup Custom I can get a glossy finish, that's good.
  2. As far as I see there's no non-VOS historic reissues available. I have no idea what anybody says, but look at http://www.gibsoncustom.com/flash/products/lespauls/list.html, choose whatever Les Paul you want to and it brings up VOS. (and the usual non-historic custom guitars cost less than historic VOS). Then you can go to whatever dealer you fancy and you will actually see the same thing, that is- "historic- VOS", no other option. What's going on, why everybody talks about some other LP Custom historic's with "glossy finish" and slightly higher cost? If so, refer me to a page? Or am I just wrong here? I've surfed musiciansfriend and every other kinds of friends and there's nothing else historic than VOS. It's just confusing. I saw that 1959, 60 Standards had a higher price for some reason, but they still say "VOS". And also, why is the price higher even if 59 is gloosy, just because of that...? Or are there better parts? Something else?
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