A Near Mint Mid-Seventies Les Paul Deluxe with a Maple Neck
1976 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe (maple neck)
This 12 3/4-inch-wide electric solid body guitar weighs 9.60 lbs. and has a nice, fat nut width of 1 11/16 inches and a standard Gibson scale length of 24 3/4 inches. Three-piece (mahogany/maple/mahogany) sandwich body with a carved maple top Three-piece maple sandwich neck with a medium profile and a rosewood fretboard with 22 jumbo frets and inlaid pearl trapezoid position markers. Two mini-humbucker pickups with cream plastic surrounds and outputs of 6.00k and 5.98k. Tune-O-Matic bridge (second version) with retainer and separate stud tailpiece. This guitar is in totally original and near mint (9.25) condition with just a very small amount of playing wear to the first few frets. As is often the case with this particular model there is a very slight 'twist' in the neck but this does not affect the playability. Housed in its original Gibson black hardshell case with orange plush lining (9.00). With an original period Gibson catalog. (#1039)

Year Condition Color Case
1976 Near Mint Gold Top Original Hard


Fretted Americana
David Brass
Calabasas, CA
6:11 AM
10:00 am to 6:00 pm

All prices are in US dollars. For our overseas customers please e-mail us for a conversion into your currency if needed. Shipping and Insurance will be charged at cost. Payment by MasterCard or Visa credit card is acceptable. Checks require ten days to clear.

Shipping and Insurance will be charged at cost. We will ship worldwide by FedEx, and UPS. Please ask for details of insurance and freight.

We will give you 48 hours approval on all instruments that are purchased sight unseen. If you are not completely satisfied with the instrument simply contact us within the 48 hour period after receipt, and then return it in the same condition you received it for a full refund, less freight charges, or any related costs including card transactions, taxes and duties levied, especially when returning from other countries. The 48 hour approval period does not apply to amplifiers.