To the vintage Gibson TBers out there - help! I'm looking at what's supposed to be a 1968 Gibson EB-0L at a local GC. What I know: - s/n 912846 stamped on the back of the headstock fits with 1968. There is no "Made in the USA," but there is the number "2" under the s/n. Any idea what the "2" means? The truss rod cover reads "EB-0L." - the tuners have a large "G" on them (Grover?) and read "Made in Germany" - I'm guessing non-original. - The pickguard doesn't have a finger rest or the holes for one - this strikes me as odd (non-original pickguard?). - There are no holes for the chrome arm rest you see on most EB's from this era - and the bass doesn't look refinished. Did some come without the arm rest. Thanks for any help you can offer!