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  1. Hi all, I would like to have an idea of the value of my son's guitar that I am selling for him, I remember it was a decent price when we bought it in 2001. It is used but in impeccable condition. As far as I can make out it is an Epiphone by Gibson, made in Korea. I can't seem to find a name for its shape. It seems to be made of a beautiful maple wood with a different wood for the neck, it is black on the back. There are mother of pearl inlays in between the frets and another silver metal inlay in between the screws of a 7-pointed figure a bit like a take away chips box with chips sticking out! There is a serial number on the back U03070315. Any guidance for an asking price would be appreciated. Many thanks.
  2. We all know that this new Epi lineup is just coming out of the oven with this headstock and the Gibson license and recognition, but, really: What about we the left-handed guitar/bass guitar players ? Where do the left-handed models had gone ? I know I'm not the only one asking about this matter but, I'd like to know what the lefties (like me) think about it at this moment?. I must confess that I'd seen videos of Summer NAMM 2020 Epiphone's booth and I think the Les Paul models Epi have develope for this year look really amazing, so I'd really love to get one and play it.
  3. Hey. I am currently bidding on some gibson guitars. And i wonder if they are truly the real deal. Can anyone verify me these instruments? I can only upload these pictures on another site. https://imgur.com/a/hbQd5wJ here is the link. Any help would be really appreciated. Thanks in advance:)
  4. Hi! It's my first post on this forum after completing google, searching for my issue. I bought the Les Paul Deluxe Player 2018 Satin Vintage Sunburst with mini-humbuckers last year and it's an awesome guitar. Last week I encountered some weird static noise during a gig when I moved around on stage. When I rubbed the guitar against my body (walking) or when I touch the back of the body (more noticeably when I brush my hand across the plastic cover for the volume and tone controls) I get this weird static/scratchy noise. The static sounds like a broken cable crackling, but I've tested with different cables and with the plastic cover off. Noise is still there. I've tested brushing my hand over the back of the guitar and the static noise can only be heard where the electronics are. There's no static noise from the front of body. I've looked inside the cavity for volume and tone and everything looks good, no bad wiring or anything that seems out of place. I also checked the jack input and here everything seems to be okay. Volume and tone pots are placed on a print card. 1. Have you encountered this before? 2. Do anyone have a fix for this? I'm don't have the best guitar tech knowledge, so if you reply I hope you cold keep it "simple-stupid". Here's a link to youtube to see for yourself: Youtube video *not that fluent in English, so if you need me to elaborate I'll do my best.
  5. Good day! Do anyone know any info about such guitar?
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