Gibson guitar

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by donnaricky, Oct 12, 2018.

  1. donnaricky

    donnaricky New Member

    I have a bass guitar I believe is from 1960 something. It belongs to my dad. He always told me it was a Gibson. When I got it cleaned up, I was told it was not. The sticker says Gibsun instead. I have pictures of it if anyone can help me.
  2. SAguitar

    SAguitar Active Member

    Some of Gibson's logos could be misconstrued as "Gibsun." They haven't always closed the "O."


    Get us some good pics to look at! And if you want solid answers, send some good pictures, and the serial number to the manufacturer.
  3. johnreardon

    johnreardon Active Member

    Just contact Gibson. They have always helped me with my questions. They will need to see pics including ones of the serial no.
  4. donnaricky

    donnaricky New Member

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    donnaricky New Member

  6. donnaricky

    donnaricky New Member


    I am trying my best to post the pics I have of what I am hoping is a true Gibsun bass. If it is does anyone know what it would be worth.
  7. johnreardon

    johnreardon Active Member

    Can't see your pics on Facebook, but as I mentioned earlier, you should confirm with Gibson that's it's real first.

    As for value, that is always subjective. A good indicator is to check previous sales on say eBay or Reverb. Or just google the model details and see what turns up
  8. Infant

    Infant Active Member

    Hi and welcome. Like Stan and John already said, check with Gibson.
    Last edited: Oct 15, 2018
  9. Infant

    Infant Active Member

    BTW, here's the logo on my Melody Maker. Is that an O or a U?[​IMG]

    Sent from my SM-T530NU using Tapatalk

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