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Gibson Les Paul Recording bass

$3,000
Gibson Les Paul Recording Bass, in Excellent condition. Great action, plays and sounds great. Take trades.
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1973 Gibson Les Paul Recording

$1,679
Heres the question – Ya wanna play it or do ya wanna look at it? This bad boy has been around and shows general player wear and patina. She plays and sounds awesome! The control plate is a repro. The e-tuner has the industry standard minor split at the screw that didn’t go anywhere far, its glued from a zillion years ago and stable. For a gig monster, she wont be beat. Low 10 pounder just...
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1976 Gibson Les Paul Recording (#GIE0697)

$5,995
1976 Gibson Les Paul Recording Model, Rare Original Polaris White finish, One owner, All original, Near mint, Best example we have ever encountered, EC++, OHSC, $5,995
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1973 Gibson Les Paul Recording

$3,695
1973 Gibson Les Paul Recording Les Paul's Last design and he has said it to be his favorite guitar.
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~1975 Gibson Les Paul Recording

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This is Les Paul's favorite model, the "Les Paul Recording" (unlike our recent similar listing, this one was not owned by Les). Normally found in natural, this guitar was finished in a rare off-white that was very prone to yellowing. Only a few examples in this color have been seen recently. This one is in nice shape with the original low-impedance pickup system. It's relatively light for this...
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1978 Gibson Les Paul Recording (Les's personal guitar!)

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Own a piece of history - one of the legendary Les Paul's personal guitars. Not just a guitar he owned - one he actually used as a working tool, as evidenced by one stereo jack covered by electrical tape and other small tweaks and modifications made by Les himself. This was "lot 505" of the Christie's Auction of Les's personal gear and gadgets; it's not a stock Les Paul Recording Model and is...
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1970 Gibson Recording- Professional (#GIE0843)

$3,995
1970 Gibson Les Paul Recording- Professional Model, Walnut finish , Small Volute, No "Made in USA", Phase and tone controls, Extended fingerboard, Fantastic low action, Superb sounding! Hang tag, EC+, OHCS, $3,995
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~1985 Gibson Les Paul owned Estate guitar

$24,495
This is the all black LP Les used (before he experimented even more on it-notice the huge pickups in the video & then notice he made those same pickup cavities smaller). Watch this video & own a piece of history! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67LDfbA8AmQ&list=PLDC778050DD733230&index=3 Just as the Julien's Auction Les Paul Estate card says: lot # 282 GIBSON LES PAUL RECORDING MODEL No...
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1972 Gibson Les Paul Triumph Recording Bass

$2,150
The Triumph represented the highest echelon of Gibson’s early 1970s bass offerings. It was a slightly redesigned version of the earlier Les Paul Recording Bass model. The most unique feature of the bass was the ability to select between High and Low Impedance which was especially great for use in the studio. The Low Impedance option also allowed for use of longer cables for playing on larger...
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~1957 Gibson Les Paul JR Junior Amp

$795
Vintage original Circa 1957 Gibson Les Paul JR Amp, the year they made them in brown. Sounds amazing, all original. Perfect for the player and collector alike. Killer recording amp. These little babies scream!
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1956 Gibson EM-200

$3,400
Gibson’s history is built on mandolin innovations, starting with Orville Gibson’s original designs through the teens when mandolin was their most popular product and Lloyd Loar’s legendary tenure. The final evolution of that heritage is the EM-200, a solidbody electric mandolin introduced in 1954 during Gibson’s Golden Era of electric instruments. With a bound carved top, sunburst finish, and...
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1958 Gibson ES-225TDN

$6,750
Retrofret Stock # 5433. Gibson ES-225TDN Model Thinline Hollow Body Electric Guitar (1958), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # T5498-31 (FON), natural lacquer finish, laminated maple body, mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, original brown tolex hard shell case. An extremely clean and original example of the ES-225TDN, the most desirable variant of the 1950's mid-line 225 series models....
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~1972 Univox Les Paul Copy

$1,499

Mikes Music

(Cinci)513-281-4900 (Covington)859-261-5500
Circa early 1970s Univox LP copy electric guitar - Made In Japan - ARTIST-REFINISHED TOP - with TWO ORIGINAL GIBSON PATENT STICKER HUMBUCKING PICKUPS WITH COVERS - with original hardshell case (some broken latches). For lovers of 60s era Pop Art, this is a wonderful piece. The top was refinished in the early 70s by an unidentified artist who did a WONDERFUL job. Really vibrant colors, great...
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Seymour Duncan APH-2n Slash Neck Humbucker (Zebra)

$94.95
Though he has dozens of amazing guitars, since 1986 Slash has used pretty much one very special Les Paul ® for all recording. The Alnico II Pro Slash was designed to give Slash's other Les Paul guitars-what he calls his "live guitars"-the exact tone of this legendary instrument. Application: Warm, moderate output humbucker. Recommended for jazz, blues, and classic rock. Description: Like...
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Seymour Duncan APH-2n Slash Neck Humbucker (Black)

$94.95
Though he has dozens of amazing guitars, since 1986 Slash has used pretty much one very special Les Paul ® for all recording. The Alnico II Pro Slash was designed to give Slash's other Les Paul guitars-what he calls his "live guitars"-the exact tone of this legendary instrument. Application: Warm, moderate output humbucker. Recommended for jazz, blues, and classic rock. Description: Like...
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Seymour Duncan APH-2b Slash Bridge Humbucker (Zebra)

$94.95
Though he has dozens of amazing guitars, since 1986 Slash has used pretty much one very special Les Paul ® for all recording. The Alnico II Pro Slash was designed to give Slash's other Les Paul guitars-what he calls his "live guitars"-the exact tone of this legendary instrument. Application: Warm, moderate output humbucker. Recommended for jazz, blues, and classic rock. Description: Like...
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Seymour Duncan APH-2b Slash Bridge Humbucker (Black)

$94.95
Though he has dozens of amazing guitars, since 1986 Slash has used pretty much one very special Les Paul ® for all recording. The Alnico II Pro Slash was designed to give Slash's other Les Paul guitars-what he calls his "live guitars"-the exact tone of this legendary instrument. Application: Warm, moderate output humbucker. Recommended for jazz, blues, and classic rock. Description: Like...
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2009 Gibson Historic Div. Aged Billy Gibbons Pearly Gates Les Paul R9

$21,500
It struck me the other day during a conversation that there are no new guitar heroes, at least not like we had in the 60's, 70' and 80's. Eddie and Randy were probably the last true guys to change the face of music with their playing so when we now talk about legends, icons or guitar heroes, we're speaking of the players that came before them: the great ones from our past, or our youth. It's most...
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1974 Gibson Les Paul Custom

$5,999.99
From the waffle back Kluson tuners to the witch hat knobs, this guitar screams vibe!! This 1974 Gibson Les Paul Custom is all that and more! The 1 3/4" nut width feels very comfortable to play, and this baby will sustain for days and days and days and days and……...well you get the idea. This all original beast weighs in at 10.2 lbs. and has all the character one could ever want out of a...
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2008 Gibson Les Paul Standard VOS

$4,800
According to Gibson, the VOS guitars are the most accurate reproductions of the original ’50s Les Pauls that it is possible to build today. And as any guitarist who’s a stickler for superlative tone and unparalleled playability will tell you, the magic is in the details. In addition to the specs that so many Gibson players demand—such as the one-piece mahogany neck with long tenon, Burstbucker...
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1961 Gibson Les Paul/SG jr

$2,195
Great sounding '61 Les Paul/SG jr. Stinging hot P-90, and plays great! Has changed tuners, and a good bit of wear and it's priced accordingly... This is a great gigging guitar, that's ready top go! Comes in original Gibson softshell case.
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1993 Gibson Explorer

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1993 Gibson Custom Shop Zebra Explorer Black and White Solid Body Electric Guitar, Serial # 91693755. Purportedly created for the NAMM show in 1993, this was 1 of 1 zebra striped Explorers built by the Gibson Custom shop. According to Gibson, as part of the "zebra" series, one Les Paul and one Flying V were also built. It goes without saying that this is indeed rare and all original with no...
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