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  1. I purchased my first Gibson guitar about a week ago a 2014 Gibson Memphis ES-335 Studio. I absolutely love the stripped down simplified form of this guitar. But it is hard to find any info on this guitar, and the info I do find it seems to list both the 2014 and the 2015 in the same group. Both have the simplified single master tone/volume pots, the output jack is on the side instead of on the top, Grover tuners, maple block, and no pick guard. But I came across a video from NAMM 2015 in the Gibson booth where they claimed there are improvements with the 2015 Studio but they didn't go into detail. Now I cannot find a comparison of either guitar, hell I can't find actual build sheets on either guitar. Does anybody know the different between the two? What were the improvements made in the 2015 model over the 2014? I guess in the long run it does not matter because I have a 2014, but curiosity is besting me.
  2. Hello all from Frankonia! I bought a used Les Paul Standard 2015 in wine red candy and excellent condition, as I think. See picture below. But when I compare the color of the fretboard to pictures of the guitar from the old Gibson website it looks like the fretboard is too bright. Is that a sign that oiling is needed? Or is the color totally OK and the old picture not correct color-wise? I would like it a little darker, though. Best, Adrian
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