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2015 Gibson Les Paul Custom 1954 True Historic

Color: Black, Rating: 9.25, $5,500.00
ID#: 01980


 

Gibson Custom Shop 'True Historic' 54 Les Paul Custom

 

2015 Gibson Les Paul Custom 1954 True Historic

 

This superb Gibson Custom Shop 'True Historic' Limited Edition guitar weighs just 9.20 lbs., which is exactly the same weight as an all original 1957 Les Paul Custom that we recently sold. Multi-bound solid mahogany body. One-piece mahogany neck with a nice, fat nut width of just under 1 11/16 inches, a standard Gibson scale length of 24 3/4 inches, and a wonderful thick profile. Ebony fretboard with 22 jumbo frets and inlaid pearl block position markers. Headstock with inlaid pearl "Gibson" logo and five-piece pearl split-diamond inlay. "Les Paul Custom" on truss-rod cover. Serial number "4 5068" inked-on in white on the back of the headstock. The body has seven-ply binding on the top and five-ply binding on the back, the headstock has five-ply binding, and the fretboard is single bound. Individual Kluson Super tuners with tulip-shaped metal buttons. One Seymour Duncan Alnico pickup in the neck position with a very strong output of 8.72k and one Seymour Duncan P-90 pickup in the bridge position, also with a very strong output of 9.33k. Each pickup with a black plastic cover. Five-layer (black over white) plastic pickguard secured to body with a single bracket and a top screw. Four controls (two volume, two tone) plus three-way selector switch. Special Gibson Custom Shop 'True Historic' metal switch cover secured by three screws. Black plastic bell-shaped "Bell" knobs. ABR-1 style non-retainer Tune-O-Matic bridge with metal saddles and separate stud tailpiece. All hardware gold-plated. This guitar is in new and unused (9.50) condition and was specially upgraded with two Seymour Duncan (Alnico Staple and P-90) pickups (the original Gibson pickups are in the case pocket). Housed in the original Gibson five-latch shaped brown hardshell case with pink plush lining (9.50). Complete with the Gibson Custom Shop 'True Historic' Certificate of Authenticity, spare black plastic switch cover, various hang tags and polishing cloth.

1961 Gibson Les Paul SG Standard 'The Fool'

Color: Psychedelic, Rating: 9.25, $16,500.00
ID#: 01645 | Watch Related Video »


 

Original 1961 Les Paul SG Standard
Hand-Painted 'The Fool' by Rick Daskam

 

1961 Gibson 1961 Les Paul SG Standard 'The Fool'

 

1962 Gibson ES-330TDC

Color: Cherry, Rating: 9.00, $6,950.00
ID#: 01964


Gibson EB-0 Bass (Slab Body, Large Tuners)

Color: Cherry, Rating: 9.00, $5,950.00
ID#: 01975


 

The Last of The Slab-Bodied Double-Cut EB-0s

1961 Gibson EB-0 Bass (Slab Body, Large Tuners)

 

This super rare and all original slab-bodied EB-0 bass weighs just 8.10 lbs. and has a solid mahogany body. One-piece mahogany neck with an amazing fat nut width of just over 1 11/16 inches, a scale length of 30 1/2 inches and a wonderful fat profile. Brazilian rosewood fretboard with 20 original jumbo frets and inlaid pearl dot position markers. Headstock with inlaid pearl "Gibson" logo and pearl crown inlay. Two-layer black over white plastic 'bell-shaped' truss-rod cover with two screws. Two-on-a-side Kluson bass tuners with large, right-angle, cloverleaf shaped metal buttons. Serial number "1 0153" stamped on the back of the headstock in black. One dual-coil "Sidewinder" bass pickup with four adjustable pole-pieces (mounted across the middle of the pickup), an output of 34.30k and a black plastic cover secured by four screws. Black plastic pickguard with six screws. Two controls (one volume, one tone) on lower treble bout. Black plastic bell-shape control knobs with metal tops. The pots are dated "134 6028" (Centralab, July 1960). Side-mounted jack socket on three-ply black over white plastic plate secured by four screws. Black plastic control panel cover on the back of the guitar with two screws. Combination "wrap-over" bar bridge/tailpiece with intonation adjustment. All hardware nickel-plated. Light fading to the body face, some light belt-buckle wear on the back (nothing through the finish) and a few small surface marks, dents, dings on the body and the neck. The only alteration being the addition of a fourth strap button on the inside of the treble horn. A spectacular and otherwise totally original example - the first of this 'rare' variant that we have ever seen. Housed in the original Gibson four-latch shaped brown softshell case with red plush lining (8.75)

1958 Gibson Les Paul Junior

Color: Cherry, Rating: 9.25, $7,995.00
ID#: 01951


 

One of the Very First 'Double-Cut' Les Paul Juniors With 'Jumbo' Frets

 

1958 Gibson Les Paul Junior

 

2006 Gibson Les Paul Jimmy Page Custom Authentic

Color: Tiger Striped Sunburst, Rating: 9.25, $9,500.00
ID#: 01949 | Watch Related Video »


 

A Near Mint Jimmy Page Custom Authentic With Aged Hardware

 

2006 Gibson Les Paul Jimmy Page Custom Authentic

 

1957 Gibson L-7CN

Color: Natural, Rating: 9.25, $8,500.00
ID#: 01940


 

Gibson's Most Successful 17-Inch Archtop
Essentially a Plain Version of the L-5

 

1957 Gibson L-7CN

 

1971 Gibson Les Paul Professional

Color: Walnut, Rating: 9.25, $3,650.00
ID#: 01935


 

A Near Mint Les Paul Professional

 

1971 Gibson Les Paul Professional

 

1982 Gibson Les Paul Standard

Color: Metallic Red, Rating: 8.75, $3,850.00
ID#: 01929


 

A 1982 Metallic Red Gibson Les Paul Standard with Gold Hardware

 

1982 Gibson Les Paul Standard

 

2014 Gibson L-5 Double Cutaway

Color: Vintage Sunburst, Rating: 9.50, $8,250.00
ID#: 01921


 

"The Ultimate Archtop"
2014 Gibson Custom Shop 'Crimson' Series L-5 Double Cutaway

 

2014 Gibson L-5 Double Cutaway

 

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