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Pix of my 93 j100!

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Pix of my 93 J100! Thanks 62burst for the tutorial! If you missed the cool story, scroll down to see my NGD post!

 

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Scary good condition. Such a crisp look to the headstock, whose tuner buttons look to have just been freshly picked off of the tuner button tree. And yes, Dave, every bit of the case and shroud, mint as well. Now you're charged with the thankless task of of putting the first mark on it. Hopefully, that'll happen while you're making some joyful noise. Enjoy.

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A highly convincing set - stick to this squire and you will find adventure together.

It's already started, , , photo-sessions are a part of it ^

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Nice looking guitar.

 

The J-100 has to have the strangest history in the Gibson catalog. It popped up as a contemporary with the SJ-200 and then went MIA for a couple of decades until suddenly showing up in the 1970s and then again in the mid-1980s. And every time they made an appearance it was with different specs. It appears though that Bozeman has a lot more faith in the model then than Kalamazoo had.

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