#1
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=4764707652331081865&q=gibson+factory

For those who haven't seen this, it is a video of Eric Clapton's ES-335 being copied and made for the Gibson Custom Shop as a signature model. Pretty interesting on the different steps that goes into copying a guitar.
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#2
thats pretty cool! i watched a lot of that, i always wondered why they keep the dents and scratches for the replication. if i bought an es 335 i wouldnt want those clapton marks on it if there replicated. i want a clean slate so i can make my own marks on it
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#5
Sick man, I saw Blackie get remade..that was cool.
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