Here's a 1952 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop. Early 1st year example, with no serial number, an unbound neck, and diagonal pickup screws on the bridge P-90! The guitar is ultra resonant, and an overall outstanding playing & sounding Les Paul. Its had a headstock repair, that's been professionally repaired from our in-house luthier. It's completely sealed and secure. The pickups, trapeze tailpiece, pickguard & bracket, frets, and truss rod cover are all original to the guitar. The tuners, selector switch, pots, caps, knobs, and jackplate are all repro's. The 3rd fret inlay is also replaced. The pots are CTS 500k's, while the caps are reissue Bumblebees. The neck plays like butter, with consistent low action down the board. The first 5 frets have some wear, but there's still good life left on all of them. The pickups sound GREAT! They're full, balanced, responsive, and have a ton of character. The finish also couldn't have aged any cooler. That, mixed with the horizontal checking, give the guitar an incredible amount of vibe!! High quality aftermarket hard shell included...
Before shipping, all guitars & basses receive a fresh, deep clean, along with a pro setup to your spec's! We are an appointment only store. All instruments are handled by SS Vintage employees only.
Weight- 8lbs 8oz
Nut Width- 1.70"
Pickup Measurements- Neck: 7.44k Bridge: 7.63k
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For shipping, we use UPS, with all packages being fully insured. For International shipping, please message us directly, with your city and postal code, for a quote. Shipping rates do not include VAT and/or import taxes, which vary from country to country. The buyer is responsible for that cost. Arrival times will also vary from country to country. Every guitar is professionally setup and expertly packed!
We offer a 3 day approval period on all instruments from the time you receive the item. Customer is responsible for shipping instrument back if it's not the one for them.