#1
I was cleaning my gibson U2 humbucker and I found an strange signature under it:

(sorry for the image quallity).



Does someone know from who it can be?

(sorry my bad english)
Last edited by sevmc22 at Dec 5, 2011,
#4
Yeah, I know is bad, but I will upload a better image tomorrow because of the light (Is night in here).
#6
It could just be someone who worked on it.
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That image is terrible. Anything said will just be a shot in the dark until we can really see what it looks like.
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Quote by biga29
It could just be someone who worked on it.

This is what I think.


I have a 98 year old piano that has the name of the last person to service it. Too bad its noone famous otherwise id sell the piano.


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It says "Slash"
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#12
Almost certainly just a Gibson QC worker. I don't know a lot of people who would pull the strings off an instrument and remove the pickups just so someone could sign it in a place where nobody would ever see it.

I'd think the person who sold it to you would have mentioned if someone had signed it?
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Quote by Roc8995
Almost certainly just a Gibson QC worker. I don't know a lot of people who would pull the strings off an instrument and remove the pickups just so someone could sign it in a place where nobody would ever see it.

I'd think the person who sold it to you would have mentioned if someone had signed it?


I suppose you are right. Here let's see if someone recognise the signature. It could be interesting to know the name of the worker.
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Quote by Roc8995
Almost certainly just a Gibson QC worker. I don't know a lot of people who would pull the strings off an instrument and remove the pickups just so someone could sign it in a place where nobody would ever see it.

I'd think the person who sold it to you would have mentioned if someone had signed it?



From the looks of it the thing seems to be under the finish of course I am probably wrong. But yeah I fully agree with this cause if a tech had signed it they would probably do it in the control cavity but techs dont do that anymore anyways.
#15
More or less definitely the builder. It's very common to do that. Marshall cabs have a signature inside too from the guy the made it.
#16
I think it's says zefs. It's mine
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Quote by Darkdevil725
From the looks of it the thing seems to be under the finish of course I am probably wrong. But yeah I fully agree with this cause if a tech had signed it they would probably do it in the control cavity but techs dont do that anymore anyways.


Yes, is under the finish. The guitar is old (1991) so I agree with the tech theory.