#2
It Just looks like some kind of hollowbody a Gibson or an Ibanez or a Washburn i couldnt make it out clearly
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#3
i think its a 70s ibanez hollowbody, you cant really find them Anywhere nowadays.
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#5
it looks too thin to be an ibanez, im not convinced its a 70's ibanez because of the headstock
#6
Yeh well I was thinking Gretsch but I couldn't find any that looked like that. It's not a Gibson, not sure on the Ibanez will have to have a look. There's another video on there of them performing another song on jools with the same guitar if you're interested. Keep your opinions coming.
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#7
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i think its a 70s ibanez hollowbody, you cant really find them Anywhere nowadays.


extreamly rare nowdays because they've been replaced by the new Artcore series.
#8
No, extremely rare because Ibanez got sued. Then the Artcore series replaced them.
#9
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No, extremely rare because Ibanez got sued. Then the Artcore series replaced them.



wtf? who they get sued by? admittedly i wouldnt know anything about this because i was still a sperm when this probobly happened
#10
the artcore didnt replace them because they are two different types of guitars made in different countries

there is a huge difference between the old 70's ibanez hollowbodys and todays ones.. the headstock being the main factor
#11
Gibson, I believe sued them, along with a lot of other companies back in the 80's/90's. I actually own a guitar that survived one of those lawsuits, though I've never seen another one like it.
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#12
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Gibson, I believe sued them, along with a lot of other companies back in the 80's/90's. I actually own a guitar that survived one of those lawsuits, though I've never seen another one like it.


hmm... thats how they got there Lawsuit name as well as other guitar companies sued by Gibson for 'ripping off' their design