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Gibson ‘94 ES-135 in Cherry Red finish with P100 pickups.

It’s in great shape with a couple dings here and there. There’s a mark on the back of the neck is at around the 9th fret. It looks worse in the photos and you can barely feel it. The worst offender is the typical lacquer crack Gibsons get at the neck joint (I’ve had brand new Gibsons that had it). The crack doesn’t go around all 3 sides which means the neck joint isn’t moving at all. I’ve tried to include photos of the most noticeable stuff. The frets are also in great shape.

It comes with an arched-top, aftermarket, hard shell case since in 1994, these didn’t include a case.

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Had someone ask…

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Now priced at $1750 plus shipping
 

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Whats the neck profile on this thing?slim, wide, C, D , chunky? Can you measure the 1st and 12th frets?
 

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Whats the neck profile on this thing?slim, wide, C, D , chunky? Can you measure the 1st and 12th frets?
Don’t quote me but I seem to remember being called a medium C. I’ll bust it out tomorrow and take some measurements.
 
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Hump day bump

…and yes, I realize I was supposed to get measurements for @tuumbaq. I can’t find my callipers so I need to hit Princess Auto.
 

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Got some calipers. Neck measurements are as follows...

Thickness
1st fret - 0.81”
5th fret - 0.88”
12th fret - 0.98”

Neck width
Nut - 1.69”
5th fret - 1.88”
12th fret - 2.06”

Looking at specs online, this is what Gibson calls a “medium C”. A bit bigger than a ‘60s slim and probably not quite a ‘50s profile. The shape itself is very smooth C, meaning no squareness on the shoulders, no flatness on the back. It’s actually quite a nice neck.
 

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Boxing Day bump
 

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To the top!
 

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And I added For Trade to the title. Maybe a nice Fender Strat or Tele? Something (non Custom Shop) from Gibson? Try me. Cash can go either way but not looking to add like $2k or anything.
 

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And regarding the neck joint, here's the treble side, in the cutaway
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