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  • Number 11 was sold by me on Ebay. I also do model trains. The 57 Stinger on there is not no where near worth that kind of money. Look at the 54 Jeff Beck Sunburst stinger I have on EBay and on Reverb right now. Now that thing is killer and with a top to die for. If you think you may have an interest I will make you a very special price. The 54 is more rare than any of them. Dave was in a real funny mood when we spoke last. We only spoke for about 5 minutes and then I ended the call because I could tell he was not receptive. I asked him if he was working in the music industry and he said no. Then I asked if he was aware of how good the new True Historics Gibson is making now and he said no and as far as he is concerned they can never be close to an original. I asked why and he said the originals had maple tops that came from northern Michigan and they had Brazilian finger boards and it was his opinion that until Gibson builds a guitar with both they wont ever be close to an original.
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