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  1. You will also need 4 washers, so the nuts on the pots do not dig into the top.
  2. You started with diminishing everyone with a weight relieved Les Paul, then went on to call them whiners. We will enjoy and are very happy with our real; Les Paul guitars! Yes we all love playing our Gibson guitars! Your ending said it all... Pinocchio
  3. This post was directed just at the one who bought a weight relieved Gibson. The only thing you are passionately doing is telling them they don`t own a real Gibson, in hopes they will check out the one you mentioned and well, not being weight relieved I`ll buy that instead. If you really wanted Gibson`s attention, you would have written, e-mailed or called them directly. I call A Troll A Troll... A Shill A Shill... It is what it is.
  4. That was not a very good response, Troll... Or should I say shill.
  5. If you want to buy scrap wood put together with Elmer`s glue, that is your choice. I will buy a real Gibson Les Paul every time! Sales slow and not taking off? A-lot of scrap wood laying around? OP
  6. The only affect will be acoustically. If you want to sound close to Allman Brothers, Frampton, Skynyrd, Aerosmith, even some early Clapton, you`ll have to practice. Not blame a guitar company for that "sound" you can not achieve.
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    Auto Tune??

    Gibson GForce and MinETune systems are a brilliant idea The younger folks will take to it eventually, the elderly not so much. Society as a whole seems to resist change, as nostalgia is a big seller right now. Everyone plugs into an electronic tuner or sticks that hemangioma on the headstock. Final thought : If you yourself can not tune each string by ear only, maybe you should play the Triangle...
  8. Rock / Randy Rhoads Blues / R.L. Burnside Country / Johnny Cash
  9. If it was new I would think about repairing it. Other than that, just play this cool road-worn and go buy a new one.
  10. GHS Burnished Nickel Rockers 10-48, soon to be 11-50 I tried 9-42 and just could not play them.
  11. Gibson is a step above the rest, baby picture and birth certificate. The little things add up! There will always be that guy who chucks them in the trash, a few years later will want them back, I`m not that guy
  12. Looks like Sunset on the Ocean... I think black knobs and rings would look nicer
  13. Did you get a nice chorus effect? Your guitar now has some mojo!
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    D'oh !!!

    That is the reason I went with Loxx. No bulky ends to mar the finish.
  15. Studio-T

    D'oh !!!

    :lol: Maybe let that friendly guy drink them for you, it might give him an attitude adjustment. :P
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    D'oh !!!

    I just put a set of antique copper locks on mine.
  17. Yes the factory photo ha! I will get a frame and put it in with the birth certificate. Hehe Can not say enough about the 2016`s, wonderful guitars at all price points! I now have two lifetime guitars, I feel privileged to own.
  18. I got a Faded Studio T on Jan 1, 2016 Could not be happier with fit, finish and all around total quality of the guitar. I would have gladly paid 500 more for this. I think 2016 will be a great year for Gibson! Appreciate Gibson offering this nice of a guitar, with no binding and Burstbucker Pro pickups. The only pic I have right now.
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