Dating a gibson melody maker


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[Skid Row (Gary Moore) – An Awful Lot Of Woman / Unco-Up Showband Blues – Live, 1971 (Remastered)] Based on few visual clues the guitar seems to be a modified early 50s goldtop.The pickups are P90s with black plastic covers and a matching toggle switch cover, and the guitar is fitted with three 50s barrel knobs and one reflector knob.He did sell the guitar after almost 40 years of owning it, faced with some major financial problems.The instrument reached around

[Skid Row (Gary Moore) – An Awful Lot Of Woman / Unco-Up Showband Blues – Live, 1971 (Remastered)] Based on few visual clues the guitar seems to be a modified early 50s goldtop.The pickups are P90s with black plastic covers and a matching toggle switch cover, and the guitar is fitted with three 50s barrel knobs and one reflector knob.He did sell the guitar after almost 40 years of owning it, faced with some major financial problems.The instrument reached around $1 million when it was first auctioned in the early 2000s.As can be seen on the photo above – the knobs, the trapeze tailpiece, and the color of the guitar all perfectly match Gary’s guitar.The only difference is the humbucker pickup in the bridge position, which is missing from Gary’s guitar.The finish on the body look amateur-ish red sunburst refinish, since the red seems to fade much closer to the center than on factory models.

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[Skid Row (Gary Moore) – An Awful Lot Of Woman / Unco-Up Showband Blues – Live, 1971 (Remastered)] Based on few visual clues the guitar seems to be a modified early 50s goldtop.

The pickups are P90s with black plastic covers and a matching toggle switch cover, and the guitar is fitted with three 50s barrel knobs and one reflector knob.

He did sell the guitar after almost 40 years of owning it, faced with some major financial problems.

The instrument reached around $1 million when it was first auctioned in the early 2000s.

As can be seen on the photo above – the knobs, the trapeze tailpiece, and the color of the guitar all perfectly match Gary’s guitar.

The only difference is the humbucker pickup in the bridge position, which is missing from Gary’s guitar.

million when it was first auctioned in the early 2000s.As can be seen on the photo above – the knobs, the trapeze tailpiece, and the color of the guitar all perfectly match Gary’s guitar.The only difference is the humbucker pickup in the bridge position, which is missing from Gary’s guitar.The finish on the body look amateur-ish red sunburst refinish, since the red seems to fade much closer to the center than on factory models.

Gary kept using the guitar for some time, and eventually agreed to buy it from Peter respecting his personal wish that the guitar would have a good home with Moore.The guitar is pretty much stock, except for the neck pickup magnet which has been rotated 180 degrees relative to the bridge pickup – a feature now famously known as a “Peter Green mod”.This was allegedly done accidentally in the Gibson factory when the guitar was first assembled in 1959, as was concluded by Jol Dantzig who had a chance to examine the guitar in the 80s.Robert William Gary Moore was born on April 4th 1952 in Northern Ireland.



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