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  1. Lol I thought so *sigh* I really hope that doesn't keep me from being able to find a buyer. So I think it's safe to go ahead and say that this is a 1967 LG-O I've been reading prices around the $500+ range. Any expert opinions on what I should ask for as a starting price, and where online would be a good place to try and sell?
  2. Ok, so I just took off the strings and there's this weird dried adhesive around the label. Glue maybe? http://oi47.tinypic.com/35lb7d2.jpg
  3. Sorry for the late reply. I've included more pictures, but I've used almost all of my global upload quota so here are 4 links. http://oi49.tinypic.com/2629wtj.jpg http://oi45.tinypic.com/2rmujoj.jpg http://oi46.tinypic.com/214p3t.jpg http://oi49.tinypic.com/28st16d.jpg The label in the soundhole reads Kalamazoo, Michigan U.S.A. The number on the back of the headstock is the same as the number in the soundhole: 090079 Measurement-wise, the guitar is 17 inches in length, not including the neck. I'm changing the strings right now so I'll investigate the label inside to see what'
  4. Thanks for the replies. I'm going to pick up the guitar tomorrow and I'll do measurements and get the rest of the info.
  5. Hi! I recently inherited a Gibson acoustic. I've done some research on the guitar to find out exactly what I have, but I'm still very unsure on the exact year of make. Style: J45-ADJ Number: 090079 From what I've gathered so far (based on the serial number), that it may be a 1967. I believe it may have had a sunburst top at one point, and I was told the guitar was restored at one point. Unfortunately, I can't really afford to keep it, so I would love some help from the awesome people at the Gibson forums to help me to confidently identify the guitar and maybe find the
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