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Discussion in '"Vintage" Instruments' started by 27sauce, Feb 14, 2020 at 12:21 PM.
Your tremolo arm is missing?
The vhs player ?
Is there such a thing a small guard SG with a small headstock?
Green not blue?
What could it be? ‘69/70 redo?
It’s hard to tell with the glare what the inlays look like. Are they busy enough to be late ‘60s?
The heel would be another clue.
Truss rod cover
Strung by a half-wit.
Brings new meaning to "D"-tuned.
The leaf headstock inlay sure looks like it’s positioned to low. Not sure if Gibson was consistent with that detail.
Hard to say but I think it’s a really bad photo and the angle is warping the perspective. At least that was my immediate reaction when I saw the pic.
I am very open to being corrected, but the headstock logo appears a tiny bit low and to the left and the logo doesn’t look right.
Take a look at the D-String tuning peg guys.
Looks like an older body. The listing has it as a ‘61(obviously not). Fishy as hell, old guy, no case. I just want to know what it is!
My guess would be a replaced headstock, or at least headstock veneer (which would raise the question “why”).
My best guess is it's a '66 refin strung by somebody who doesn't know guitars or wasn't paying attention.