#2
Standard
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#3
hmm, yes but it has block inlays.
Its an old guitar, but i don't know in what year it's built, does anyone know? The pickguard and the truss rod cover looks a bit funny... Would that be the original shape or just a mod?
#4
Quote by shounakghosh7
Standard




Really?


TS that isnt a real Gibson. Its probably an old 70s copy with a Gibson logo stuck on the head stock.

Looks so unlike a real Gibson its funny.

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#5
Quote by Tom 1.0


Really?


TS that isnt a real Gibson. Its probably an old 70s copy with a Gibson logo stuck on the head stock.

Looks so unlike a real Gibson its funny.

If you're after a Les Paul style guitar, let us know your location and budget and we will do what we can to help.


That's what I was afraid of. It's dirt-cheap too (that's probably another clue).
#6
Its usually the case when it looks too good to be true.

Its a fake.

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#7
Have you played it? Even if it is fake, it still may play good. Plus, you said it was dirt cheap.
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#8
Its defintely a standard. That's a 1959 gibson les paul standard.
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#9
no it's a 57 silly. it's gold.
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#10
the chinese model..."Ribson Res Raul"

1. truss cover=3 holes
2. neckpickup not Close enough and wtf is that sticking out
3. unknown bridge and tailpiece
4....open her up and have alook at the pots while your at it ...and the birdsnest of wires you´ll likely find should be a dead giveaway
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#11
Lolololol at ribson res raul
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#12
I'd avoid that if I was you. The pick guard looks extremely suspect, no reason anyone would do that do a good Les Paul. Also why is there a screw sticking out the bottom of the fingerboard? That's a dead giveaway that it's a poor quality copy IMO
#13
Quote by RawrSlinky
why is there a screw sticking out the bottom of the fingerboard?

ingenious strap pin location eh?
I wondered why the frisbee was getting bigger, then it hit me.
#14
Quote by RawrSlinky
Also why is there a screw sticking out the bottom of the fingerboard?

I think it's the truss rod nut? Bet there's a whole lot of nothing under the actual truss rod cover.
#15
Quote by Blackst4r
the chinese model..."Ribson Res Raul"


I read this in the voice of Scooby Doo. Couldn't stop laughing.

I love the auxiliary strap button between the fretboard and the neck pickup.
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#16
Quote by Roc8995
I think it's the truss rod nut? Bet there's a whole lot of nothing under the actual truss rod cover.

spoilsport.
I wondered why the frisbee was getting bigger, then it hit me.