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Old 01.06.12, 2:19 AM
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LP Special Double-Cut: Pricing and thoughts

I've Googled high and low, but can't find any price points or indication if this is too expensive:

Gibson Classic SG With Hardshell Case, P90's

Seriously wanting to take the jump and get a Special but I don't want to spend the 1500 or so for the other models. Does anyone own this guitar, or can they offer some advice?
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Old 01.06.12, 9:34 AM
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Play it firstfor sure. This is not a 61 - 63 reissue btw. It has the modern pickguard and neck joint. Not necessarily a bad thing. I prefer the old ones without the cowboy pickguard and big block neck joint myself. Not a bad price if it is a player.
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I'd sya this might eb overpriced, 850 is Guitar cEnter's price for a brand new Les Paul 60s tribute with P90s. A new SG with P90s can be had for 1000, so maybe it's in line with SG prices...
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