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Ceptorman

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  1. Nice job, be cool to find a stream of abused instruments to rebuild. I think you could make decent money, and get to play with guitars all day.
  2. I'm liking the new finish, has a classic look.
  3. Very nice photo. Glad to hear the Epiphone can somewhat hold it's own.
  4. Wow....very nice! Awesome rendition, and a great cause, thank you.
  5. It sure looks nice, and your write up was wonderful....thanks. Enjoy that fine guitar.
  6. I bought a new 2017 Gibson LP Tribute, it was $800usd. It just didn't seem to be finished very good. I know it's their cheapest LP, but I wasn't impressed, just felt dull. I sold it and bought a used, mint 2015 Epiphone LP Traditional Pro Plus Top, it was $300. It instantly felt better, the action felt better, lively. To me it just feels like a much more refined guitar. So lately, I've been. looking at Epi instead of Gibson. I'm looking at an older acoustic.
  7. Serial number: L6120006 Production year: December 1986, 1996 or 2006 (serial: 0006) Made by Leader Musical Instrument Co Ltd., Korea Production year: 1986 If Acoustic: Mottled label Made by Fuji-gen, Japan
  8. It's not very specific on the year..... Guitar Info Your guitar was made in Korea on December, 1986,1996 or 2006 Production Number: 6
  9. Very nice, priced well also.
  10. Exceptional player, just a little too clean or precise to me.
  11. Very nice playing Jazzman, great guitar sound.
  12. Here's a fumed thread asking the same thing....https://www.thegearpage.net/board/index.php?threads/music-force-in-korea-any-expereiences.1810182/
  13. Yea that orange/gray haze makes the late day sun look somewhat eerie.
  14. That would get more than a "hmmm" from me! I would probably be on the phone to a realtor!!
  15. I guess all you can do then is hope they stay safe.
  16. From Epiphone...Your guitar was made at the Unsung Plant, Korea on July, 2003 Production Number: 315 Looks like an SG Standard 61' model. They're around $500 new today. Someone with more knowledge on older Epiphone guitars might know more about it.
  17. Yes it's extra sad when your loved ones can't even see you.
  18. Jeff, you sure have a wealth of knowledge, very impressive, and you sure don't mind sharing....thanks for all you do on here.
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