#1
My buddy has one of these and i was wondering, how much do u think this thing is worth? its in immaculate condition if that helps.
i play drums and guitar :
#2
Idk gibsons werent the greatest in the 70's. That was probably there worst decade. Not exactly sure for that model but im tellin you its not nearly as much as a 58 LP

Pics.
My Rig:
Fender American Strat w/ texas specials
Martin DX1
Blueridge Br73
1968 Domino Californian
Stagg bass
2006 Fender hot rod deluxe
Gretsch Electromatic compact amp
among others
#3
Let's say if it's a gibson from 1976, you can surely say a LOT. The fact that it's a custom will fetch some extra cash. Don't expect as much as a vintage Les Paul, cos they're the most desirable, but a collector will pay a few thousand dollars.

Just a guess. I'm no vintage specialist, but you should get a decent sum.

EDIT: think of it this way: if it's NEW and GIBSON, it'll be AT LEAST 1200 dollars. If it's in perfect condition after 30 years, expect the same price or more.
Last edited by sashki at Mar 5, 2007,
#4
edg had one, I don't know where he's gone.

They'll be worth quite a bit, but I'd hold on to it.
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#5
its a pretty great guitar, his dad was an avid guitar player back in those days, he bought it, changed out the pickups, coil tapped them and then in the 80's threw it in the case in the attic and didn't play it in 20 years. we just recently pulled it out and dusted it off, changed the strings and cleaned up the fret board and the thing plays like a dream, one of the best i have ever played.
i play drums and guitar :
#6
Yea....we need pics.
"Breathe, breathe in the air
Don't be afraid to care"

Fender Strat/Tokai LS80>few pedals>Orange Rocker 30