One of the Very Last Of the LesPaul/SG Specials.
One of the very last Les Paul Special's with a 'slab' Honduras mahogany body. This amazing guitar weighs 8.40 lbs., and has a one-piece mahogany neck with a typical early sixties thin profile. Brazilian rosewood fretboard with pearl dot position markers. Two P-90 pickups with outputs of 6.33k and 8.40k. Five-layer (black/white/black/white/black) plastic with six screws. Four controls (two volume, two tone) plus three-way pickup selector switch, all on lower treble bout. Black plastic bell-shaped "Bell" knobs with metal tops. Combination "wrap-over" bar bridge/stud tailpiece. The cherry-red finish is totally unfaded and apart from a one inch 'ding' on the treble bottom edge and a few insignificant surface marks this is an exceptionally fine (9.00) example of one of the very last of of the very best of the slab-bodied Les Paul Specials. Housed in the original Gibson 'aligator' soft-shell case. The double-cut LP Special came and went in the same year. The change from the earlier single-cut style was in early 1959, while late in 1959 Gibson removed the Les Paul logo, and changed its name to SG Special. (01029)

Fretted Americana

Original Soft
Fretted Americana
David Brass
Calabasas, CA
8:14 PM
10:00 am to 6:00 pm

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