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It’s called Lightburst and was always mostly light brown’ish colour around the edges. It’s quite a bright photo which makes it look a little more yellow although it has faded a liitle too.
I’ll try and find an older photo.
Can’t beat a good Classic.
My 2004 Classic, not much left of the original spec. Only the poker chip and neck pickup ring remain from the electrics and hardware from when I got it new, but I love it. Its done loads of gigs, taken a hammering over the years and is still my no.1. 😊👍
I had a 2013 Signature T in the same finish, no idea what was going on with wine red finishes at the time but mine was rubbish too. When the guitar got knocked bubbles appeared under the surface before eventually flaking off.
I had the back refinished and the chap who did it for me said...
Firstly I have a few questions on the fretboard nibs. Why did Gibson choose to have the nibs as opposed to the fret going to the edge of the binding? Was this a cost/manufacturing decision or just considered to be the right way to do it. If considered easier and cheaper why then do Epiphones and...
Very nice. In all the fuss about the 2019 return to form the 2016 standards appear to be somewhat overlooked.
I got mine in a geat deal due to Gibson’s yearly update, reduced by £700.
I ditched the switching for a Fake59 wiring kit and some Monty’s humbuckers as I’ve always found the...
I had one, did some mods but otherwise it sounded and played great. I moved it on as it had some finish issues that pissed me off, but otherwise they are cool guitars. The 57s sounded especially nice.