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that's not wear. those are STICKERS with "A", "G", "C", etc.
Like they didn't know where those notes were located.
I took that picture right when i bought the guitar. when
i got home, i took those stickers off the fingerboard.
hence the later pictures don't have the stickers.
As a relative newbie to modding etc. can someone explain in a bit more detail what the specific differences are between vintage correct inlays and current historic ones? What I see are that the vintage ones have a more "yellowed" look to them. Also historic ones sometimes look more "swirly" than the vintage ones. Are these the major differences or are there other issues?