dvd5300 Posted December 9, 2011 Report Share Posted December 9, 2011 I just looked at a 1974 Gibson ES175. Beautiful. Sounds great. Nice straight neck. The only issue is the arched top seems to have sunk. The bridge has been adjusted very high to compensate. To the point that the threaded screws are leaning slightly toward the PU. I'm not aware of any remedy. Is this a concern? Does it devalue the guitar? Is the top going to sink further? I might be able to buy this guitar for $2200. Is that too much money? Thanks. BTW. I love the ES 175. I'm seriously trying to own one. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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