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  1. Thank you very much for following up. I appreciate the information.
  2. Thanks so much for replying. OK, I understand now. But I am inquiring about the Explorer. What are the differences with the T Explorer and the HP? Thanks again for explaining it all to me.
  3. I am looking at a new Gibson Explorer...of which I think is a good deal. Its a 2016 black model that comes with a gig bag. Anyway...It's a new 2016 Gibson Explorer T, and the shop owner said I can have it for a grand. What is a "T" model? I am turned off at the fact it comes with a gig bag, but I don't travel around much...and a long time ago I had an explorer with a hard case, which was really bulky and heavy. So a bag might not be a bad idea. Any thoughts? Is it a low end guitar? Thanks!
  4. yeah that is kinda what it looks like. It doesn't look like it is a wood crack. Its right on the seam, maybe the paint loosened up over the years or something. Thing stays really well in tune and all.
  5. 10s..neck isnt moving at all so far. Aren't those necks glued on? Sorry for being so new.
  6. ugh man. I just bought this thing from a friend...Well, thanks for the reply.
  7. its right at the joint...it almost looks like the paint is not on part of the seam...it looks like that on the back, too. Its at the seam where the neck connects to the body.
  8. Hi, This is the best pic I can take to describe what I am talking about, but I will try and thanks for looking. I have an alpine white les paul studio about 5 years sold. I noticed something on the seam of the neck joint that looks like a very thin black line. Looks like it is on the joint of the neck on the seam on the side. I am wondering if anyone else noticed something like this on their les paul. Strangely enough, I had a white jackson Dinky that did something simular. Here is a link to the pic...should I be concerned? Everything seems fine and it never goes out of tune.
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