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A Gibson L-30 1935/36
It looks really nice. There's something about holding an instrument you know other people have used as a vessel for expression. maybe it will infuse it's powers into your fingertips and you will create something beautiful! good share Willie. There's a level of pride you get from putting so much work and care into a project. you done good , son.
What gorgeous wood. I know I wouldn't have had the patience or desired to put in the work to uncover all that beauty, so I commend you. I'm glad it turned out to be a genuine Gibson, but even if it was a copy, if it's a beautiful sounding instrument, why does it matter? I think every guitar has a soul. Which is more than I can say for a lot of human beings.
Holy Mackerel that's purdy. I bet the guy who told him it was a copy wanted it. Bad. ^ Agree with NJ and TG.
BalancheNoE that's what I thought! The kid that I got it from lived with us rent free for over a year, so at least I got something! Still trying to find the Kay Thin Twin pickup that it was cut for in 1957. This guitar does have a lot of soul NJ!
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