Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Help!I'maRock!, Jan 30, 2012.
This looks awesome, like the first Joe Perry sig minus everything!
There's a picture somewhere where the Gibson workers attached one of those Norlin-era "Mark" acoustic necks to a rectangular refrigerator vegetable drawer in response to a directive to "explore modern plastic body materials."
Edit: Found it! "For The Win !!!! beginning at 1:15 baybee!
You and Jeffwithonef are the winners! I feel left out with only one L6-S Custom...
This thread is like a timeline of bad decisions.
It's horrible but I can't stop looking...!
Tell me about it. There was a '68 or '69 goldtop hanging on the wall next to it when I bought the L6-S in 1978. It was $50 cheaper, but I just had to have something different...
One of the all-time great moments in history that I would like to have witnessed was the unveiling of the "crisper drawer" acoustic at the Norlin board meeting.
Leave us not forget . . .
How about the "Les Paul Jumbo"?
Really??? 5 pages in and not one mention of this crowning achievement!
What's happening with this guitar? Are they still trying to sell it?
I really like those Kalamazoo mustang/melody maker/hagstrom things. They were pretty cheap & funky but cool.
I'd buy that in a heartbeat.
I liked it
I had one for some time. The pickups were so bizarre...
I'd like a Corvus. (No, don't offer to sell me yours, I don't have the money these days.) Supposedly it was intended to be a headless design, with the tuners in the body cutout a la a BC Rich 10 string, but Gibson chickened out.
I posted this in another thread but it belongs here as well.
Presenting the Les Paul Signature. Released by Gibson and Re-Released by Epiphone. This is what could happen if your guitars don't practice safe sex and have an offspring. I've decided to post a life sized photo this time:
Surprised no one seems to have mentioned the 80's or early 90's (i think mid 80's) Gibson "Victory". A fender meets gibson affair that failed miserably.