Man I wish I had the scratch...

Toto'sDad

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LOL...it didn't last 3 hours. I hope the callers gave them an earful for advertising a counterfeit.

OR someone bought it and are right now at this very moment singing, HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MERRY CHRISTMAS, HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ME!
 

Gardo

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A Byrdland is a completely hollow model with a floating bridge.

Whatever that thing is it has a block of wood down the middle, hence the bridge with screwed in posts.

Walk away, Renee.

HE
I didn’t catch that, I was too busy looking at the messy wiring
 

boxocrap

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Just saw this Byrdland locally for $950. Could this be for real or is it a chibson? You can't even find used LP Standards anymore for $1500.

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look up the serial #
 

SASouth

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This is a real Byrdland looks like. The guitar in the OP is a POS fake.

These are a few pictures of my 2013 back from when I bought it from Sweetwater.

It’s a bit of an unusual bird in that it has a rosewood fretboard rather than an ebony. I was told that the reason for this is that it was made during the time that Gibson’s stock of ebony had been seized by the US government. It was about this time Gibson switched the Les Paul Custom to Richlite.

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