#1
Some people may know of Gibson's Hummingbird, which was a limited edition guitar produced a while back and is now worth a crap-ton. The Hummingbird
I recently came into possession of a knock-off of the Hummingbird that was made around the same time by Global musical instruments corp. Would this knock-off be worth anything do you think? I'd be selling it AS the knock-off, not as the hummingbird itself, that's just dishonorable. The rip-off is in decent quality, original strings and all, with some minor paint chipped off, nothing un-repairable. I can provide pictures if needed.
#2
gibson is still making the hummingbird, actually, and the knockoffs don't tend to be worth much, although perhaps if there's something special about yours, it could be worth something.
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#5
even an all-solid wood handmade awesome Hummingbird copy would only get about $300, or the cost of an Epiphone Hummingbird.
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I would be interested, but I'm about to buy a new acoustic, so... yeah.
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