Description

1971 Goldtop, all original with 2 P-90 soapbar pickups with "Gibson" embossed in the plastic cover, Rare variant with tunomatic bridge and stopbar tailpiece (most of these have wraparound tailpieces) double ring "Gibson Deluxe " Klusons, thin binding in cutaway, there's greening of the gold on the arm-wear section of the top, this was a limited edition- one of the first "re-issue" guitars in Gibson's line and even though it's not a '58 re-issue, it has the features of a '56 Goldtop, one-piece neck, one-piece mahogany body with maple top, small binding in the cutaway this guitar is more similar to a '50s Les Paul than a '68 Les Paul would be

Year Condition Color Case
1971 Very Good Goldtop Hard

$6,950

Lark Street Music
Buzzy Levine
201-287-1959
Teaneck, NJ
8:11 PM
Monday -Thursday 10-7 Fridays 10-4 CLOSED SATURDAYS Sundays Noon-5 We are sometimes closed on other scattered days, so call first if you are making a trip to get here.

Cash, Money order, Bank check,Bank wire. Credit Card arrangements Personal Checks must clear, unless we know you. Bank Wires -- Call for instructions

We ship UPS and Fedex for ground service and air. DB Schenker is very good for foreign shipments, as they are less expensive. They will also let you pick up your instrument at the airport if you want to save some money. We've been packing guitars for 30 years, and find that most damage is due to poor packing. We know how to pack. We fully insure all shipments and we will take care of any claim that might arise. We guarantee that you won't have to fight with a shipping company if any damage occurs. We do that. Even though you have the guitar in your possession and have paid for it, we assume all responsibility.

You may inspect the instrument for 24 hours and return it if you don't want to keep it without explanation. If you need another day or two, simply call us and request more time, and we will work with you. We make agreements with you, and we keep them! Satisfaction Guaranteed. NO RETURNS ON NEW AMPLIFIERS OR SPECIAL ORDERS