#1
Saw this, can't decide, anyone help me on this? If it's real, and modded hows that affect value? If its real and not modded, any clue what this is? Ty







#2
Guitar Info
Your guitar was made at the
Nashville Plant, TN, USA
May 10th, 1984
Production Number: 235

It's definitely a Gibson, given the serial number.

Looking at Wikipedia I guess it's a Corvus III, with a modification, the humbucker in the bridge position.

I'd say it's real.
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#3
Chibsons have real serials too. But I'd prefer modded real. How would modded affect value
#4
I can't imagine anyone would ever bother faking a Corvus...
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#5
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Chibsons have real serials too. But I'd prefer modded real. How would modded affect value

As a general rule (unless the value of the mods greatly exceeds the value of the original guitar) it'll be worth less than if it was all-original.
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#6
I never saw a Corvus that wasn't a hardtail; either a T.O.M. or one of those Schaller bridge and T.O.M. tailpieces. As far as I know, the Corvus has acquired absolutely no collector value, as all Gibson fans universally hated the thing when it was released.
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#7
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It's definitely a Gibson, given the serial number.

Guitar Info
Your guitar was made at the
Nashville Plant, TN, USA
May 10th, 1984
Production Number: 235


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#9
Lord, that guitar was just sinfully ugly!



The advert was enough to keep me from touching one!
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