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Used Gibson ES355 Used Gibson ES355 1964, maple semi-hollowbody, mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard with new frets, block inlays, cherry finish, original electronics including the Stereo Varitone. Lyre vibrato has been replaced with a newer stop tailpiece. Condition is very good with an original finish that has some heavy checking, to be expected for a 51 year-old guitar that has been played: Light wear on fretboard , neck, and some buckle rash on the back that has removed some finish. As a whole, this guitar is in great playable shape. The action is good, neck is straight, and the body including electronics are sound. Comes with original case.
Used Gibson Les Paul '58 Reissue Chambered Used Gibson Les Paul '58 Reissue Chambered 2007, flame maple bourbon burst, weight relief mahogany body, mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, Burstbucker pickups, original case with all the case candy including certificate, Vintage Old Stock finish. Shows light wear. Excellent condition.
Used Gibson Les Paul Jr. Used Gibson Les Paul Jr. 1957, mahogany body and neck, Brazilian rosewood fingerboard. A fine example in the coveted TV yellow finish. Amazing patina, with great sound and playability. Largely original, the guitar was routed for a humbucking pickup in the '70s. Included in the case is said Gibson humbucking pickup, with the original P90 currently installed, and expertly rebuilt by Lindy Fralin. The celluloid buttons on the original tuners have deteriorated. The guitar has been fitted with Kluson reproductions (no holes have been drilled or enlarged) and the original tuners are included in the case. All hardware appears original, with two screws showing less oxidation than the rest, but matching otherwise in every dimension. The pot codes are obfuscated by oxidation and solder, but according to the original owner, weren't replaced when the humbucker was installed in the '70s, nor when the P90 was reinstalled a decade ago. There is a body crack that runs parallel to the pots that was professionally repaired when the P90 was rebuilt, and records of this repair are included in the case. Speaking of the case, it is the original soft sided "Faultless" case. It shows plenty of wear, and has a broken handle, but is otherwise intact. Along with the case, is the original strap. An excellent opportunity to get into an iconic guitar, with incredible finish patina, and just enough "history" to keep it at a player's price.
Used Gibson Les Paul Standard Used Gibson Les Paul Standard 1989, cherry sunburst, maple over mahogany body, mahogany neck. Classic body carve, medium depth C profile neck, vintage style deluxe tuners with tulip buttons, Tune-o-Matic bridge with stop tailpiece. Gibson "The Original" HB-R and HB-L neck and bridge pickups with individual volume and tone controls, and three-way pickup selector toggle switch. Missing the pickguard. Includes non-original, Gibson hardshell case from the 1970s (red lining). Good condition, with some playing wear. Sounds great.
Used Gibson Les Paul Standard - Goldtop Used Gibson Les Paul Standard - Goldtop 1969, (serial number dates to '69, but guitar features are consistent with a '68). Mahogany body with maple cap, mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard, pearloid inlay, Goldtop finish, original P90 pickups. Original CTS pots date to '68. A highly original example in very good condition. Nylon saddles have been replaced with metal, and the strap buttons have been moved slightly.Frets appear original, albeit have been dressed (nubs almost wholly intact). Sounds great! Original hardshell case.
Used Gibson Les Paul Standard Koa Used Gibson Les Paul Standard Koa 2013, desert burst, koa over mahogany body, limited 2013 model in celebration of the "Year of Les Paul". Asymmetrical, 60s neck carve. TonePros and Grover hardware. Burstbucker Pro 1 in the neck, Burstbucker Pro 2 in the bridge. Factory original push-pull volume and tone pots. Pulling the volume pots coil splits the respective humbucking pickups for a single coil sound; pulling the bridge pickup tone control bypasses the volume and tone pots for a hot, direct signal; and pulling the the neck pickup tone control puts the neck and bridge pickup out-of-phase. Essentially a variation on the famed "Jimmy Page" wiring scheme. Very good condition. Includes original hardshell case.