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Gibson Custom Shop - Behind the Scenes Tour

JASIII

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Captain Lee still exhibits a touch of ADD... :cool:
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That was truthfully driving me nuts. Focus dude!! It bordered on rude at times. And all the instances he just grabbed, touched, or picked something up without asking would have sent me over the edge. You just don't do that in a manufacturing environment. It all screamed "Tourist"!
 

garywright

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That was truthfully driving me nuts. Focus dude!! It bordered on rude at times. And all the instances he just grabbed, touched, or picked something up without asking would have sent me over the edge. You just don't do that in a manufacturing environment. It all screamed "Tourist"!
I’ll say ! ..Jesus..I wouldn’t let that dude in my front door ..despite..I enjoyed the other aspects of the video 👍
 
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corpse

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The hands down best LP i ever heard is now owned by a member of this forum. It was a majorly repaired 59 with a 53 neck- there were pics of it recently in the vintage section.
it was refinned in the 80’s or 90’s and had a thick urethane on it. It’s just what they did.
Spectacular guitar.
PUP magnets have a way bigger impact on tone than plasticizers. Plasticizers are one of those internet things that have morphed from nothing to something. Players removed finish from necks for feel and action- not tone.
What Gibson should say is “The contents of the plasticizers have no contribution to the sound of our instruments. Now just move along- please stay in the yellow lines.”
 
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