1959 Gibson Les Paul Custom Shop Reissue
2018 True Historic "Cherry Burst" limited edition Gibson Custom Les Paul Standard featuring vintage-spec construction and appointments.
It includes a solid genuine Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard, Kluson tuners and the latest True Historic reissue features from the Gibson Custom Shop.
Purchased from Carter Vintage Guitars in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
The Rolls Royce of 1959 Reissues.
1963 Gibson Les Paul Custom
Original 1963 Les Paul Custom "Fretless Wonder" with a hand contoured double cutaway body with original Polaris White finish. One-piece mahogany neck with fully adjustable truss rod. Patent Pending Grover tuners.
Ebony fingerboard, deluxe pearl inlays. Adjustable Tune-O-Matic bridge. Three powerful, humbucking PAF "Patent Applied For" pickups with untouched electronics.
Two sets of tone and volume controls. Three way switch. Patented "Sideways" Vibrola.
1970 Gibson Les Paul
1970 Gibson Deluxe Les Paul with a pair of great mini-humbuckers that can handle as much gain as you want to throw at them.
Gold top nitro finish with no checking. Original frets, trapezoid mother of pearl inlays. tune-o-matic bridge and stop bar tailpiece.
1970 Les Paul Recording
An original 1970 Les Paul Recording with high-quality Grover™ kidney-button tuners join a chrome Tune-o-matic bridge, multi-ply pickguard/switch plate.
Black top-hat knobs. Multi-ply body and headstock binding.
A traditional black/white “bell” truss-rod cover engraved “Les Paul Recording” complete the package.
1971 Gibson Les Paul
Les Paul Goldtop Deluxe from 1971
P90's, immaculate gold finish. ABR-1 bridge, kluson deluxe tuners. Delight to play and highly sought after.
Only modification is a stable and solid headstock repair. All original piece is in exceptional condition.
1971 Gibson Les Paul Custom
Cosmetically this 46 year old vintage classic does have the odd ding, dent and buckle rash accompanied by the usual time honoured patina of the gold hardware.
Mahogany neck and body, ebony fretboard, mother of pearl inlays, ABR-1 bridge, patent sticker pickups. Action is typically low easy and fast, player comfort at it's best.
1973 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe (1 of 2)
1973 Les Paul Goldtop Deluxe with two mini-humbuckers.
A collectors dream, this guitar has a 3-piece neck with a rosewood board, trapezoid inlays and Gibson deluxe tuners in good working order.
Immaculate gold finish with minor checking parallel with the body. Stunning piece.
1973 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe (2 of 2)
This 44 year old vintage classic is in jaw dropping condition. Three piece neck with rosewood board, trapezoid inlays and Gibson Deluxe tuners.
Acoustically, this guitar sustains and resonates like a bell. No greening of the Gold Top. No buckle rash.
A new owner will not be disappointed with this pristine vintage classic.
1973 Gibson Les Paul Standard
This 1973 Gibson Les Paul Standard is the first year that the Gibson factory made the Les Paul in the full size humbucker standard burst configuration since the legendary 1958 - 1960 production series
Weight is 9.5 pounds having a balanced lighter feel while playing. Patent sticker pickups, original pots and capacitors. Pot number 1377348.
1974 Gibson Les Paul Standard
Tobacco Sunburst custom order Les Paul Standard. Approximately only 60 were produced.
Slim 60’s tampered neck with very little fret wear. Neck is straight and it plays perfectly with low, comfortable action.
6x original double ring tuners have been placed back on the guitar. Replacement tuners have been on the guitar at some stage and replaced back to original without any loss of wood in the tuning holes.
All original gorgeous Les Paul with no issues, cracks or repairs.
1975 Gibson Les Paul Custom
Uncirculated 1975 Gibson Les Paul Black Beauty from the original owner.
Ebony fingerboard, mother of pearl inlays, mahogany body with a maple top. Three piece maple neck with original waffle-back tuners.
Twin gold covered humbucker pickups with original electronics.
This guitar was purchased in Western Australia in early 1976 from Prince St Music in Busselton. It suffered a minor headstock crack which appears as a tiny slit running 1cm from and near parallel with the binding of the zero and first fret on the low E side. The repair was carried out by Kevin Nitrovane and is near on perfect.
1979 Gibson Les Paul
This model was one of a limited issue that Gibson released with a " relic road worn" touch.
Nut width 1 11/16". There are no cracks, breaks or repairs of the neck or headstock. No overspray or respray of the body. No extra routs.
Action is low, easy, comfortable and fast with no dead spots.
1991 Gibson Les Paul Custom
First electric guitar purchased was this 1991 Gibson Les Paul Custom Black Beauty. Has stayed with me since new. The ebony fretboard on this 1957 re-issue is exceptional.
The gold hardware has tarnished and fine relicing has occurred through the body and headstock.
2002 Gibson Les Paul 1958 Reissue
One of the finest looking instruments in the collection, this 1958 Reissue "lemonburst" Les Paul does not get any better.