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  1. They numbered solid body Gibson's like that from 1953 till sometime in 1961, All solid bodies including lap steel guitars That is not how they numbered acoustics. I do not Know how they numbered acoustics but someone will chime in.
  2. funny switch location as most line up straight with upper pots. looks like neck PU is moved away from neckjoint but not as far as most. could be 58 maybe edges sanded down on refinish. non original bridge
  3. Unless it's a reissue, late 1959 1960 or early1961. Specials changed from single to double cut mid 1958. Neck pickup moved back from neck joint to strengthen the weak joint late in 1959. Les Paul removed from headstock sometime in 1960???maybe 1961. PS late 59 unless refinished from TV yellow rounded off body so not 1958. you might have to look at pot codes if original to get a closer date.
  4. that amp is older than 59 that style was from 40's maybe very early 50's
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  6. 1965 or 1966 in beautiful condition
  7. The addition of proper PAF's would cost about the same as the value of the guitar would increase.
  8. I saw your post in another forum asking if the paf was real. if it is there is over half the value of the guitar. if both PU's are paf then the guitar is free. p.s. i see that from the other forum the PU's arent paf . oh well maybe next time
  9. brown tolex brown speaker cloth '63 '64 black tolex silver speaker cloth '65 '66
  10. i would not power that up without first at least putting a new power cord on it. p.s. awesome amp you got there
  11. You are not detracting from the value of the guitar by changing something that is already not original. Refinishing or carving holes in the guitar will be the only thing that further decreases its value.
  12. I recall a thread about flattening warped pick guards on Mylespaul forum. Not trying to lure folks over there, just trying help with a vintage guitar
  13. pics please oops didn't see the other post yet. this can be deleted
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