I know that guitars like this 1957 Les Paul goldtop selling on Reverb can command prices like the $131,000 this instrument’s owner is asking. But the condition of the instrument isn’t anywhere near what it should be, and absent a compelling story like somebody super-famous owning and playing it, I can’t see it selling for anything near this price. I’m no expert on vintage Les Pauls (I can tell you a lot more about what vintage Gibson archtops should cost), but this looks to me like the owner wants somebody to offer $50,000.
I’m giving Hugo another try. I had a problem with Hugo version 0.18 and the redlounge theme: All of my categories and tags were being listed in the blog index, which doesn’t look so good. I tried changing themes: I used hyde, and the unwanted index entries magically went away. But I like redlounge, so I did some experiments with the configuration. In my config.toml file, I went from: [taxonomies] tag = "
Since it’s so easy to upgrade Hugo (grab new binary, copy into /usr/local/bin… and that’s it), I upgraded to version 0.18 yesterday. I rebuilt my still-super-small site. Yes, everything was faster, but I ended up with extra entry-style … entries? … on my index page for all of my categories and tags … plus a couple of “entries” that 404’d out. Not wanting to untangle it (and preferring to let the Hugo experts discover and deal with it at this point in my use of Hugo), I rolled back to 0.