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Does Gibson actually do those on purpose? Is there a logical explanation for them? The inlays on my '97 Classic Honeyburst look more "aged" I guess, but maybe somebody else would say they had a greenish tint to em....
IMHO !!! When u buy a Classic, you dont baby the thing. You play it without remorse or whatsoever. That's why they're look pukey in a kinda way so you can play the bejezzus out of it. Play it like it's meant to be played man!... " We are the Classics " period. :wail:
I've had two of them , the last one the inlays actually had a
noticable green tint , like "moldy" and aged are the same thing .
The one I have now , though , I don't see it on the inlays , they are just dark to me .
But love is blind .
And , yes , when you only have a grand in a guitar you aren't afraid to stage hump it if the mood hits you . And you never know , it just might !