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  1. rhye

    Hey it's Mat from Gibson Product Development - AMA

    Hey Mat! Thanks for still contributing to the thread. A few questions about 335’s: -Did the 64’s block inlay material change these past year? They seem to be less yellow lately -Are the black pickup rings still Cellulose Acetate Butyrate? -Any clue when we should start seeing the new ABR...
  2. rhye

    Hey Burst experts, how accurate is Historic Makeovers?

    I am considering sending an LP to be refinished by them and I wonder if they really nail the color and feel of the original finishes. I am no expert but the yellow in some of their finishes looks too pale, however I know cameras and lighting can be deceiving so I though I would ask people who...
  3. rhye

    What will

    I don't believe they use aniline dyes on the top (or the back before 2013) but the red still tends to fade a bit with prologued exposure to the sun
  4. rhye

    Hey it's Mat from Gibson Product Development - AMA

    Hi Mat, thank you so much for doing this! Do you know if there are any plans to improve accuracy on the shape of 335's and les paul's? The current '64 335's have very different ears compared to vintage models of that period and the neck set has a different angle. The cutaway on original bursts...