Kevin PeatKevin Peat Posts: 3,161Member

Gibson did this because of a manufacturing fault.


  • ESBlondeESBlonde Posts: 927Member
    Yea the fault was manufucturing them in the first place. Still, it's good to see how they relic thier custom shop models!
  • Kevin PeatKevin Peat Posts: 3,161Member
    What a waste of effort and material.
  • Pete_BPete_B Posts: 560Member
    Well, they can't sell em, think they had a windows 98 operating system, total failure as a guitar.
    Take em to bits and reuse the parts? To employ someone to strip them and put the parts back into the production system would be expensive and then you loose the quality control for fitting old parts onto new guitars.
    Give them to a volunteer to strip the parts, donate them to a school then smash the bodies and necks, the only feasable suggestion.
    Easiest method, break them all.
    There is no Mojo!
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