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  1. Hej folks! 🙂 I just got my hands on a beautiful Gothic IV T-Bird and the previous owner has de-gothic’ed it. Not massively but pickguard and original knobs were replaced and silver screws introduced. Now screws aren’t so bad to replace and there are certain knobs that look the same (tho I’d wish for the originals), but the worst is the pickguard. They’re nowhere to be found on the web and I doubt Gibson/Epiphone will have spare parts after years of it not being produced anymore. Only thing I can find is ppl replacing/modding their PG to NOT be gothic anymore. Anyone of those who disliked it has one lying around by chance? cheers, Line
  2. Hello All, I'm new to the forum and would greatly appreciate any assistance on this topic! I am passionate about finding older music equipment and giving them new homes. My knowledge on guitars is extremely limited. We recently picked up this neon orange Ibanez guitar. The pickups are Seymour Duncan George Lynch and the other one is marked on the back with Pat Applied (sticker torn). How would I be able to tell if this is an authentic Gibson PAF? (based on looks alone and not sound as the guitar has been taken apart) Once again, I truly appreciate your time and feedback. Best Regards, William
  3. 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 pictures as well, however having to resize them didn't improve the clarity. Thank you all.
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