All models made during WW2. The post-war logo has the "G" and the "N" with a tail that drops below the other letters. Dot on "i" connected to "G": Dot on "i" free from "G":
1960’s Vintage Guitars
Chris' Guitars - Gibson Les Paul, SG, Explorer, Firebird, Vintage, new and used
Bass 6 , to Typical wear on a 's Fender maple fingerboard. Fingerboard Material Maple fingerboard, s: This was the standard neck on all models until when the Jazzmaster was introduced with a rosewood fingerboard; the rest of the Fender models changed to rosewood fingerboards in mid Rosewood fingerboard, "Slab" Brazilian , to
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1970’s Vintage Guitars
Another sweet vintage Deluxe, much like the '78 I put up recently except this one's Cherry Sunburst, instead of Tobacco. Overall lovely condition and at 33 years, is a true closet classic. The Cherry Sunburst finish retains strong color, rather than the faded red frequently found on old Pauls. Only light wear exhibited - just check out the pics.
Damn, it was so inexpensive that I could almost afford to smash it on stage! But as the saying goes, all good things must come to an end. This allowed some elbowroom for Gibson and Fender to rethink and retool their operations to fortify their position in the market. To avoid the same problem happening again, Gibson bought Epiphone and started building some very nice Imported Copy Guitars!