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nhwildbill

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About nhwildbill

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  1. Sorry, my bad - 1997. You're right, they were introduced in 1983. This is the serial number for my guitar.
  2. Yeah I noticed the OP was 10 years ago, hopefully he kept it. I happened to buy a 79 LP Studio last weekend, I can't say where it's been kept but the white is still stunning today.
  3. My 2016 Studio Faded T, I bought her back last January and this past weekend I replaced the knobs with some chrome ones to match the rest of the hardware. I absolutely love her, my first Gibson. A true joy to play, love the rounded neck.
  4. That is a nice color - funny, I see a lot of Epi's in colors I never see Gib's in. Maybe just the stores but I've seen some beauties - yours is one of them. Nice job. Be proud of the "E".
  5. Sweet, I thought about getting the red one but they didn't have one in stock. Looks nicer that I even originally thought.
  6. I just picked up the same a couple weeks ago, my first Gibson. I agree with everything Studio-T said about them, once I took it down from the wall to try it I was sold - and it has a unique look to it.
  7. FYI - I found this while trying to get info on MIRC - thought it might be of interest in this thread. http://epiphonewiki.com/index.php/Epiphone_Serial_Number_Decoding
  8. Well that explains it - bummer, I don't think I can get that sticker off to see what was under it. Thanx for the info!!
  9. Hi, I just picked up this Epiphone Dot - the S/N label has a label over it and I can't seem to date it or where it was made. The S/N is 311562883 Any info would be appreciated.
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