#1
A little less than $2000, should I snatch her up? Anyone have experience with satin finished Gibsons, I hear they can become shiny in some spots where there is more wear on it.

Not actually the guitar, just a picture of one that looks the same.
#4
damn that is cool. IMO if you have the money, go for it!
#6
The thing about the shiny spots, it's the same with a satin-finished acoustic. It happens. It's a fresh guitar, I'd jump on it.
#8
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The thing about the shiny spots, it's the same with a satin-finished acoustic. It happens. It's a fresh guitar, I'd jump on it.

Also, is there anyway to combat that?
#9
^ Don't play it? Or, don't rest on it? haha I'm a firm believer that a guitar is to be played first and foremost, everything else is incidental. Consider the shine a mark of the time you've put into playing.
#10
Go for it if you like it.


Personally, I think that guitar is ugly and any other Classic would play and sound just as good (cheaper too).
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#11
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Also, is there anyway to combat that?


Just did custom entertainment center with that wood and it smells bad lol. Im a custom cabinet/furniture maker by trade. Look up cabinet magic that stuff rocks use mothers on the metal.