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  • Hi,
    Just wanted to check and make sure you got my IM from yesterday. You can also contact me at troyad@yahoo.com or call me at 319-533-0999

    Thanks,
    Troy
    Hello I am not sure if the last message went through. I am interested in buying the Betts, still have it? Anything missing from the original package? Thank you.
    Robert
    Hi, I was reading through the Pearly Gates Registry thread, and saw that you had BG128, but it had a fault so you returned it and Gibson was building you a new one.

    Just wondering what was up with the original, and why you didn't keep the replacement?

    I'm asking because I own BG128 mk.2. All Gibson could tell me is that the original was returned for a "wood check", and normally in such situations Gibson would build a complete new guitar and not transfer any parts from the original unless the owner requested parts were kept and transferred.

    The new one is a different guitar, because the top is different, and the bridge is the other way round. It weighs 9.44lbs. Is that much heavier than the original?

    Adam
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