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Gibson Custom Shop Historic 1959 Les Paul Standard – Vintage Cherry Burst

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Price: $6,499.00

Condition: New
Item Code: 983146.

Product Description

Vintage Cherry Burst, VOS specs, Two piece carved figured Maple top, One piece Mahogany body, Hide Glue construction and Aniline dyed body and neck, Bound 12” radius Rosewood fingerboard with the Cellulose Trapezoid inlays and period correct fretwire, Updated ’59 shaped Mahogany neck (this was measured from a real ’59 Les Paul Standard), Custom Bucker bridge and neck pickups, ABR-1 bridge and lightweight Aluminum stop tailpiece, True Historic parts and plastic, Kluson “Deluxe” tuning keys, 1 11/16th” nut width, The neck thickness is .89″ at the first and 1.01″ at the 12th frets, 8.6 pounds, With hardshell case

Additional Information

Weight 25 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 17 × 44 in


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