#1
Ok i was on vacation last week and I stopped in some store that sold antiques and crap. I found an old acoustic. It needed some restoration, but I wasn't sure whether to do it or not. I took a good look at it. It had all the signs of being a Gibson or an offbrand of Gibson. It had the Gibson logo and all the other chararistics of a Gibson or offbrand. It only costed $30 with a case. I have been doing some research, but I can't find out anything on the guitar. The brand name on the guitar was called "Prairie". I was wondering if someone could help me find out what it was so I can decide whether to go back and get it and restore it.

Thanks
#2
30 bucks for an antique guitar with case is enough reason alone to go back and get it.
Gibson 335 > Your mother.
#3
Quote by tigiri
30 bucks for an antique guitar with case is enough reason alone to go back and get it.


+1
#5
what do you mean it had the gibson logo, but the brand was Prairie?
#6
Quote by jimtaka
what do you mean it had the gibson logo, but the brand was Prairie?

yeah i was trying to figure out if its an gibson off brand
#7
i'm not following you. the guitar has the gibson logo on the headstock?
#8
Quote by jimtaka
i'm not following you. the guitar has the gibson logo on the headstock?

the gibson leaf logo typething but the brandname says prairie i would post pics to help explain but im on my wii
#10


ok i did an ms paint of what i saw just to help explain it

it could've been an epiphone headstock but i cant remember exactly, all i can tell was it somehow was connected to gibson
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