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  1. Hey Gibson! We would like to ask if you guys could add the CHERRY RED Finish to the Gibson Original Collection Flying V. The Original Collection FireBird has the CHERRY RED Finish and so should the Original Collection Flying V. We Don’t want to spend over $5,000 on the custom shop 1967 Flying V just for the Red finish on it. So it would be great if you guys could add the CHERRY RED finish to the original collection version Right next to it’s ANTIQUE NATURAL Finish. Lots of us would appreciate that! Thank you Gibson.
  2. Hi Friends! I cracked open my new Epi Coronet to take a look under the hood, and I was quite impressed overall. I noticed that the 2-conductor pup connection is a quick-connect type connection. I think it'd be kinda fun to find some of the male connectors and crimp them on to some other pups I have, but I haven't had luck finding the specific connector. I know the simple solution is just to cut them off and solder, but yeah, just want to explore this idea more. I've searched extensively and have found many similar connectors, but would like to find an exact match because I am a weirdo 🤓 Do any of you (or anyone at Epiphone) know the specific brand and type of connector used? Thanks!!!
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