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Gibson Les Paul Guitars are available in a huge range of styles and configurations, each with the same instantly recognisable shape and feel that have made Les Pauls one of the most famous instruments of all time.The mellow, deep tone has won the guitar millions of fans.

Another forum seemed to have a guy replying to peoples queeries, but it was a few years old that thread. There are no forms, you will have to either decipher or contact them.Beware of third-party sites that DO have forms as in the past scammers have used them to "prove" the authenticity of counterfeits they have been trying to shift.It'll show you the date and factory where it was made.The Guitar Dater Project - Gibson Serial Number Decoder Anecdotally, it shows the correct year and factory for my gibsons.or perhaps for the 330, but it would be nice if this could be confirmed 100% I have emailed Gibson, and although this may be completely uninteresting to most on this forum, I am very curious to confirm.

Yes I realised that shortly after I had written my response.It’s ironic that, at a time in which Gibson was going through great strife with declining sales and profit margins, rivalries between the new Nashville plant and the Kalamazoo plant, and the downsizing and eventual closure of the Kalamazoo plant by 1984, the company was able to experiment and respond to requests for guitars that more closely emulated the beloved Les Paul Standard of 1959 – even though some of these attempts were way off the mark!Chris Lovell, owner of Strings and Things in Memphis, placed a custom order for some Les Pauls in the mid ’70s that more closely approximated the original Les Paul Standard specs, including a narrower headstock, narrow binding in the cutaway, deeper carve top, etc.Many articles have been written about how guitarists and dealers in the mid/late 1970s and early ’80s were asking Gibson to build a Les Paul that more closely conformed to ’59 specs.The following is not an attempt to rehash any of them, but rather to provide an overview of some of these “pre-’59 reissue” guitars with some narrative and details of their construction and features based on the author’s experience in collecting and playing these guitars.Can anyone point me in the right direction for checking out serial/details of a potential purchase I'm about to make?