When you’re wrong

For years when asked about it I’ve been saying my Gibson Super 400 jazz guitar (pictured below) is a 1970.  After some research with the Gibson people I now understand it’s a 1967.   Maybe not a big deal in the long run but I can’t help but think how did I come across that piece of (seemingly now) wrong information?

And why did it go unquestioned for so long?

When we think that what we know is accurate and then proves to be otherwise, how do we feel about it and what do we do next?

(The “Sauce” album)