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W F Fraser

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  1. I bought this guitar because It has some odd features "the 1st 24 fret solid body , Brass nut all maple neck with block inlays as opposed to dots . When I was browsing for info I read that less than 180 were made this way ,as little as 120 were made according to some accounts. I noticed that the guitarist for Kansas was featured in an early ad playing one like mine. Any INFO WOULD BE HELPFUL in helping me decide how far to go in restoration , items such as putting the correct electronics back in . Thanks more to follow THANKS W.T.Kidd Gibson L6-S serial number 181649
  2. I bought this guitar because It has some odd features "the 1st 24 fret solid body , Brass nut all maple neck with block inlays as opposed to dots . When I was browsing for info I read that less than 180 were made this way ,as little as 120 were made according to some accounts. I noticed that the guitarist for Kansas was featured in an early ad playing one like mine. Any INFO WOULD BE HELPFUL in helping me decide how far to go in restoration , items such as putting the correct electronics back in . Thanks more to follow THANKS W.T.Kidd
  3. I am William Fraser an older Gibson Lover ,with eclectic tastes , I own a nice L.P.Studio in Black & Gold & an early L5-S which may be a rare one , it is all maple fret board included . The odd feature is the block inlays on the fret board as opposed to dots . I read an article that stated there were between 120 to 180 made so I will try to confirm this. Please feel free to contact me ,...

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