Based on member demand, The Gear Page is pleased to announce that our Apparel Merch Shop is now open. The shop’s link is in the blue Navigation bar (on the right side), “Shop,” with t-shirts, hats, neck buffs, and stickers to start. Here’s the direct link: www.thegearpageshop.com
You’ll find exclusive high-quality apparel and merchandise; all items are ethical, sustainably produced, and we will be continuously sourcing and adding new choices.
We can ship internationally. All shipping is at cost.
As far as those go, I DO prefer the earlier ones with the ABR-1, instead of the Nashville. I just prefer the sound/feel of the ABR-1, others may prefer the Nashville.Thanks guys.
I'm a bit of a rookie when it comes to buying guitars cos i'm a student and a couple of thousand dollars is hard to come by...
I love the SG 61 reissue, and now i wont worry too much about what year any given model was made in.
Thanks for revisiting a tired topic for me
Such a broad, sweeping, statement is not worth the miniscule time you spent typing it.Historics are pretty nice, but as far as the standard line...
Binding issues, finish bleed and inconsistencies, poor pickup selection across the line (unless you really like '57 Classics), lack of any meaningful innovation, horrid new models, overpricing and poor dealer network/treatment.
Go ahead Fanboys bring the flame, doesn't bother me.
Agreed wholeheartedly, although with regards to your last point; I think we can say right now that Gibson have had the marigold glove of the Federal Government so far up their corporate back passage, that anything new coming out with their name on it is squeaky-clean.Some would argue (including me) that the past 10 years, give or take, have been a golden era of guitar manufacture. There are superb guitars in every price point and every country of origin. Current Gibsons are outstanding and their acoustics might be the best ever. Don't know if they're legal, but they're great.