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  1. Hi, I'm selling a '71 Es-345TD and I've been offered a '92 Les Paul Classic with $1400 on top. The problem is the serial number hes given me wont pull up on guitar dater. I would like to know if it's a real Gibson or a far eastern knock off. Serial number is 2 4300. I read that the classic will have 5-6 digits with the first digit being the year and the last 4-5 being the production number. Any help is greatly appreciated!!! :) p.s. From what I can tell, the fret board has the nubs at the ends of the frets like a typical Gibson.
  2. Hi, I'm selling a '71 Es-345TD and I've been offered a '92 Les Paul Classic with $1400 on top. The problem is the serial number hes given me wont pull up on guitar dater. I would like to know if it's a real Gibson or a far eastern knock off. Serial number is 2 4300. I read that the classic will have 5-6 digits with the first digit being the year and the last 4-5 being the production number. Any help is greatly appreciated!!! :)
  3. Hi, I'm selling a '71 Es-345TD and I've been offered a '92 Les Paul Classic with $1400 on top. The problem is the serial number hes given me wont pull up on guitar dater. I would like to know if it's a real Gibson or a far eastern knock off. Serial number is 2 4300. I read that the classic will have 5-6 digits with the first digit being the year and the last 4-5 being the production number. Any help is greatly appreciated!!! :)
  4. Howdy y'all, I was taking some photo's of my ES before I threw it up for sale and was so impressed with how they turned out, I specifically created this account just to show it off. I bought this from my local music store. The story is the original owner had just passed away and the store was selling on commission for them and that's when I scooped her up. When I got it, the Grover tuning keys were shot so I threw on the locking Kluson's because I'm more of a Kluson man, than a Grover man. Otherwise, this baby is completely all original. For our photography member's, these photos were shot with a Canon A-1 with Fuji 400 speed film, through a Canon FD 50mm f/1.4 lens. Enough words, I'll start posting what we're all here for. :D
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