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rarity of the stinger

sws1

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bumping an old thread, but since I started it, why not.

I notice rumble seat has a 59 with a stinger. says it's well documented guitar but I can't see the serial so I have no way to find the documentation. since im not buying a $450k guitar im not going to bother them. so who can point me in the right direction to find out about this guitar and the story behind it's stinger?

It doesn't have a s/n.


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agogetr

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Stingers were USUALLY done to cover up some slight imperfection in the wood not for decoration from what I understand on Les Pauls anyway.

:2zone,

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id buy a les paul with a stinger in a heartbeat.. after i had it Xrayed:geek:
 

wsaraceni

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It doesn't have a s/n.


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How does the lack of serial number effect the provenance of this guitar. I assume it’s only one piece of the puzzle but does it take it out of that top tier of bursts?
 
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