#2
Im thinkin a gibson explorer
I don't read, I look at words and absorb their meanings.
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#3
It's a Gibson. I paused it around :58 or :59 and you can see the Gibson truss rod cover clear as day. Either they offered one with a FR back then, or he put it on there himself.
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#4
I can't really make it out. I thought so too at first but if you pause it at about 1:11 you can see it has another small cutaway on the bottom next to the controls and the edges are a lot sharper than Gibson's.
#5
Regardless, it has a Gibson truss rod cover. He may have just carved it up a little bit, or it was a limited run. That's definitely a Gibson, no question.
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#6
How old is the song?
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#7
i couldnt tell from the video but im guessing that it is either a jackson or a washburn. you might want to actually contact the band through their website. it looks as if they themselves would probably answer your question.

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#8
Dude it looks like a 84' Gibson explorer to me im gonna leave this thread at that
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If the pit was a group of people hangin out we would be possibly the most awsome group of people to be known to mankind.........I think it would be on the news
#9
I emailed the guy at the website and he responded:

"We believe it was a Washburn - don't remember the model number though.
Thanks for your interest!"

I think the model is out of production, though. Bummer.