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  1. Hi, is there someone who can identify this SG model?
  2. Bought this epiphone but know nothing about it, just fell in love with the body shape and the hardware contrast with the black... Anyone knows what model or year is this guitar? I've sent an email to some dealers but none couls help...
  3. Hello i'm Febiuzz help me to identify the precise model and year of construction of this Guitar. serial Number 8 9072 Les Paul Custom made in Usa Thank you
  4. Hi all, I’m new to the forum and I apologize in advance if I break any rules that I’m unaware of. I would really appreciate any help in identifying a classical guitar that may possibly be a Gibson. I’m very wary as there are many counterfeits in the market. I’ll try to add photos later, but I’m looking at a guitar for sale and thinking about purchasing it if it’s a real Gibson. The seller says that they’re selling it as a copy because it doesn’t have any sticker/stamp in the sound hole (and they can’t be responsible if it turns out to be fake). They show the serial
  5. Hello community, I need your precious help to identify this epiphone guitar which i found in the basement of my granddad's house who recently passed away. Sadly, i found it pretty hard to find out anything, since the serialnumber is missing (see Picture 3). Here are some characteristics of the guitar (there might be some wrong lingo - sorry about that): 1. So, i've done some research and apparently Guitars made in Korea in the early 90s, the serialnumbers were placed on the back of the head with a sticker instead of engraving, which might be the case for this guitar also. there is
  6. Hello all! My brother has a “Gibson” that was gifted to him. We aren’t sure it’s a real Gibson, but do want to know! Tuning pegs and headstock seem off, the logo looks like a decal, and no sticker/tag in the inside, just a “G” at the base of the neck and a serial number on the back of the headstock. Any info helps! Unfortunately, I can’t upload pics of it? It won’t let me! i have an old email address that if you email me, I can send you pics of it at Mowe5303@lbc.edu (college email)! Any help helps! Thanks!
  7. Hello, my girlfriend has a old hummingbird-style acoustic that once belonged to her dad. It should be from at least 1970 where her dad got it. Its heavily repaired with a fixed broken neck and scraped of serial number of some sort (look at the pictures). I think it is still the original neck just repaired. There is no label in the sound hole or markings on the head stock or tuners (looks like vintage style tuners tho). Would be cool if someone could identify that its most likely a gibson instead of a cheap knockoff (although I think it might be considering the lack of labels. )
  8. Hey, this guitar is in a local pawn shop for about 8 hundred. i've never seen a gibson like this before and was wondering if anyone can tell me anything about it like when it was made, and if it is worth this much. i think the serial number is B006005. that was the number was on the back of the headstock anyway. sorry the picture isn't better. Thanks.
  9. Hello Everyone, I have a L-6S that was passed down to me from my grandfather. After several years of playing it I would like to restore and replace some of the parts. Mostly replace the pickups, pots, and wiring. Everything on this is still the original equipment and other than what I just mentioned all is in great shape. I'm wanting more specifics on this brand if possible. I'm unsure of the exact year but I have the serial number. Also, one if the pickups has November 197X on it. So I'm almost there! Any suggestions on replacement parts would also help me out. I've attached some pic
  10. I have two Epiphone Guitars, one is a Spirit Serial #81602065, Jet Black and the other is a Special, Serial #81952039, blood red. Both were made in the USA. Am looking for specifications, year of manufacture and value. Both are gently used in excellent shape. Please advise. Got them from a music store back in 1984. Many thanks!
  11. Hello, Please can you help me to ID my Epiphone? I bought it used around 15 years ago but i never known which type of LesPaul it is. Please can you help me to know more about my guitar? You can find some pictures below. For info i changed the bridge micro, the trigger guard, the mechanics and i plan to change the saddle. Apprently, the luthier indicated to me the truss rod seems to be the same as gibson's guitars, which is strange because normally it should not be the same. https://ibb.co/p1f32ch https://ibb.co/WsS00DH https://ibb.co/hfvkf7d https://ibb.
  12. I came across this SJ, Cherry Burst, serial 832384, guitar online being sold at a Guitar Center in their vintage department, on the East Coast. I am in Northern California. Occasionally, someone at the large retailer makes a pricing error, and a fine deal can be had. The serial dates the guitar to 1967 or 1969. After viewing photos, speaking with a person at the store, and feeling fairly satisfied, I ordered the instrument for $1200. Initially, upon receiving it, I was disappointed to pick it up and find it heavy. I put fresh Martin mediums on it, and was blown away by the crisp D-18 l
  13. Could anyone tell me if this appears to be a custom Gibson guitar? It looks like a mismatch of parts but I’m not sure if any of it is legitimately Gibson other than perhaps the pickup? Which could just be a cover? New to this. Thanks.
  14. HELLO. My uncle recently passed away and I am trying to identify his Gibson. The gold colored part that holds the strings at the bottom of the guitar (Forgive me for my ignorance when it comes to guitar part names) says "ES -350-t". The serial number inside the F hole starts with a Y which I believe indicates 1953. So when I search that model and year I do not find the same looking guitar. Inside the guitar case was another one of those things that holds the strings that is silver colored with no engravings. I will attach pictures. Please HELP!!!! Thank you for your time.
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