And…since we love pictures (that’s the best I have right now), also…. on the Gibson that isn’t a VOS, the hardware started to tarnish about a month in and all the knobs had cracked in the same time….. was shiny new when I bought it
Okay…. I can’t think about the details right now so I’ll be the person to ruin it and list two
It would either be my 79 lead ii
Or my 06 Gibson R7
Both aren’t particularly my favorite but are sentimental as I’ve owned them the longest and the R7 was the first guitar that I bought
Not very high
Only the wealthy were owners
People today/revisionist’s would like us to believe that everyone had them…..
what’s considered the one percent today would be equivalent to the one percent of the past that were owners
Lois update:she got her stitches out about two weeks ago and is healed up nicely , her belly hair is even growing back okay
The scar isn’t too bad,Although I’m 99% positive that there used to be a ninnie here
They should have let me know that they were taking it
It’s non of our business but if you don’t mind
What does a restoration like this cost?
you don’t have to say exactly just round about
And how long has it taken so far?
I’m curious about the time/cost someone takes/charges for something like this
Looks like the average chips that happen but with some fake arm wear added in
The only thing factory about it is that the finish flakes easy
Edit: actually a lot of that looks on purpose
I’d find one with the legitimate chips if you dig that look