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About Jumbofingers

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  • Birthday 02/04/1963

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    Fingerstyle blues, ragtime, Irish and Scottish
  1. Has anyone been able to get a replacement pickguard for a J-200?--from Gibson. How much did it cost? How long did it take? Who did you contact?
  2. I'm wondering if Gibson ever made any J-200s (and SJ-200s...) with a 1&11/16" neck-at-nut width. Anyone know what years of production this might have occurred? All I have found are 1.75" on more recent (infer "affordable" here) models.
  3. FYI:i just added new--hopefully better--pix. Thanks for all the insightful comments.
  4. Here's a 1994 J-200 Special, Centennial label, belongs to Ernie Hawkins (and is for sale, by the way). I'm no expert, but I've never seen one where the bridge is behind (or between) the ribbons of MOP inlay. I see no signs of the bridge being replaced. Ernie got the guitar used, and It was like this when he got it. Either way, it's no goof, because the intonation is fine. I suspect his bridge is on some other Centennial editions. Just want to know if anyone else has one, or has seen one. Photo is too large to load. Pix are visible at: http://s1275.photobucket.com/user/erniesgui
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