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I don't think that you can apply a straight age number for vintage to instruments. It is really a period of manufacture, whatever the time. PRS guitars when they were still handmade by Smith are now considered vintage by many. Just because it has obtained a certain age doesn't mean anything. I have a 23 year old Les Paul Studio that wouldn't be considered vintage. It is not indicative of anything special or desirable about Gibson from that time.

However if your selling on E-bay then the vintage tag is applied whenever you want way more than the instrument is worth. :)
 
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