Your general opinion of this product.
Personally, I love this guitar after spending a few hours of playing it. It looks beautiful - best to see it in person over the photos – which beacons you to pick it up and play. To be honest I was hesitant after reading the Gibson forum of these 50th Anniversary Sheratons. It seems some folks got some bad ones and had to send them back. Necks that looked (or were) cracked, no way to identify which number the guitar was out of the production run unless you called. A lot complained theirs were ridiculously set-up poorly, some with bad uneven frets. However, most of those folks were overseas in Europe, which leads me to believe those guitars didn’t go to Nashville first to be inspected and set-up proper. Mine was wonderful upon opening it for the first time. The QC was on point for mine, so I’m very pleased that I won’t have to take mine in to a luthier to fix any mistakes or having to send it back all together. Great quality period case as well!