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2002 Gibson Custom Shop LES PAUL

$3,850
2002 Gibson Les Paul 1952 reissue gold top. Rare model came from Road Worn custom shop auction. Comes with hard shell case.
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2010 Gibson Les Paul Tribute 1952 (LPTB) Goldtop w/case

$2,999
Here's a 2010 Gibson Les Paul Tribute 1952 (LPTB) Goldtop w/case. Guitar is in mint condition and has barely been played by its first and original owner. Only 564 of those Les Pauls were ever made and this is the 352rd (1974E). Each guitar is actually hand numbered starting with 1915A through F, then 1916A through F and on and on....making 6 guitars for each actual year Les Paul was alive. This...
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1952 Gibson 1952 Gibson Les Paul Pickguard

$995
1952 Les Paul pickguard in excellent condition with no cracks! Has "Joe" embossed on it.
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1952 Gibson LES PAUL

$11,500
This Gibson Les Paul was made in the USA in 1952. As these go, this one is a very good playing example. It is all original except that somebody (likely named Bill) oversprayed the top gold. The original finish can be seen in the cavities and ironically where it says "Bill" that is the original Gold peeking through. It must have been oversprayed with the "Bill" stickers still on. The finish...
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1952 Gibson LES PAUL

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Vintage Gibson 1952 Les Paul no serial w/ OHSC
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1952 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop

$14,995
1952 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop, First year of production, P-90 pickups, Great feeling fat neck, Tall knobs, No logo Kluson tuners, One owner, Very cool instrument! VG++, Original brown hard case, $14,995
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1952 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$19,999
Astonishingly beautiful and ridiculously clean is this all original first year (1952) Les Paul Standard complete with its original brown hard shell case, strap and accessories. Introduced with a metallic gold top in 1952 Gibson's Les Paul Standard is perhaps the most iconic and best known in the history of electric guitars, this is a near perfect example of that first year Gibson Les Paul. This...
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1952 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$18,000
1952 Gibson Les Paul-Goldtop First Year Gibson Les Paul-Goldtop with Patent Pending Trapeze Tailpiece. Has 2 Soapbar P90 Pickups that Deliver a Very Natural Woody Tone that Breaks Up Nicely when Overdriven. Comes with Original Brown Hardshell Case.
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1952 Gibson LES PAUL

$16,750
VGC+, bullion gold finish on bound maple top, natural finish on mahogany body and neck, no binding on the rosewood fretboard makes this an early example, trapezoid inlays, 22 frets, 2 P90 pickups, bridge pickup has early style adjustment screws at corners, wrap under trapeze tailpiece, tall gold barrel knobs, headstock overlay features logo inlay and model decal, Kluson tuners, appears all...
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1952 Gibson LES PAUL

$17,000
Gold top, natural back and sides, no binding on the rosewood fretboard makes this an early example, trapezoid inlays, 22 frets, 2 P90 pickups, bridge pickup has early style adjustment screws at corners, wrap under trapeze tailpiece, tall gold barrel knobs, appears all original except switch and jack plates and new mounting screws and height adjustment posts on the tailpiece, great sound and a...
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1952 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$35,900
1952 Gibson Les Paul converted to 1957 specifications. Amazing tone and playability, original Brazilian rosewood fingerboard, perfect refret with original size wire. Great sounding 1959 PAFs, bridge reads 7. 70k, neck reads 7. 62k Comes complete with super clean original Lifton hardshell case! [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1952 Gibson LES PAUL

$12,000
This is a 1952 Gibson Les Paul standard as I bought her. Looks like someone tried to convert her to stop bar and tail piece...still a 52 piece of wood with original finish and 90% of the important original parts. Changed parts include; one wax cap, truss rod cover, jack plate, strap buttons and switch tip and as your see she is set up for a stop bar and bridge. The "A" tuner seems to have a...
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1952 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$25,000
Very Rare and One of the Earliest '52 Les Pauls we have seen with no Neck Binding and Diagonal Pickup Mounting Screws!
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1952 Gibson Les Paul P-90

$1,000
1952 Gibson Les Paul P-90 with original cover and mounting screws. This pickup reads 7. 8k. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1952 Gibson Les Paul P-90

$1,000
1952 Gibson Les Paul P-90 pickup in excellent condition with original cover and mounting screws. This pickup reads 7. 7k. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1952 Gibson Les Paul Case

$5,000
1952-1954 Les Paul Case. WOW!!! The cleanest example I've ever seen. Beautiful brown case with pale pink lining. Hinges, latches, and handle all intact. Gibson badge by handle intact. It doesn't get much better than this. Spectacular! [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1952 Gibson 1952 Les Paul Gold Top

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First year of the Les Paul, two original creme P-90 pickups, Trapeze tail piece, Short styled gold barrel knobs, Very solid kluson tuning keys, Mild checking with slight patina, Comfortable '50s neck, Incredible sound.
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1952 Gibson Les Paul Standard

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1959 Les Paul Standard Mirabella Conversion: This is a 1952 Les Paul which started life with P90’s. This guitar was sent back to Gibson in 1959 for a refin and it was done with a cherry sunburst color…that’s right, this is an original Gibson 1959 cherry sunburst color refin top only with the back still original brown natural from 52’. It had an abbreviated tail piece but in 2010 this was sent to...
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1952 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop (#GIE0435)

$20,900
1952 Gibson Les Paul, Gold top, Rare first year of production, Two P-90 pickups, Trapeze tail piece, Nice full neck, Low action, Superb example, EC, OHSC, $ 20,900
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1952 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop (#GIE0322)

$18,900
1952 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop, First year of production, Two P-90 pickups, Low action, Wide at the nut, Trapeze Tail piece, Fine instrument, VG++, OHSC, $18,900
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1952 Gibson Les Paul earliest version

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Bay State Vintage Guitars

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Ya know they made a lot of LP goldtops in 1952. 1700 or so. Most had neck binding and later 1952 features, there are A LOT of those guitars around, envision a room with 1700 or so goldtops. If you really want an early RARE collectable version of a Les Paul you need to have this one. Earliest first version Les Paul Model guitar ALL ORIGINAL from the ORIGINAL OWNER! Unbound neck, tall knobs,...
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1952 Gibson Trapeze tailpiece

$995
1952 Gibson Les Paul trapeze tailpiece in excellent condition. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1952 - 1959 Gibson Les Paul Burst Conversion

$29,995
***** SOLD ***** FS: If you are looking for old wood check this retop Burst conversion out. 1952 Les Paul Goldtop converted to 1959 Burst. (all work done by me) Includes: Hide glue construction, Aniline dyes, nitrocellulose lacquer, Michigan flame maple top, 1” Retrospec bushings, 1-1/2” screws, ThroBak rings. Lots of original and 50's parts to include: original neck, fingerboard,...
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1957 Gibson LES PAUL

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This is an Gibson Les Paul Goldtop from 1957 ! In its original state, this amazing Les Paul Goldtop P90 has no breaks or major modifications and comes with its original hardcase. Even though this is a collector item, this beautifull 1957 Goldtop produces sounds at least as good as it looks : warm, woody, versatile and...well, legendary really ! (please check our video shot in our...
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1953 Gibson LES PAUL

$16,995
This is one of the cleanest highly collectible 1953 Gibson Goldtop Les Paul guitars we have run across in our 40 years of dealing in vintage guitars. 1952 was the first year of production for the solid body Les Paul. Characteristic of 1952 and early 1953 Gibson did not serialize the guitar. It has a carved maple top and a mahogany body. The glossy mahogany neck is in very nice condition. There...
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1953 Gibson LES PAUL

$13,500
Gibson introduced the Les Paul, their first solid body electric guitar, in the middle of 1952. This all original collectible Gibson Les Paul goldtop was built in early 1953, the second year, of the first generation Les Pauls. Initially, the guitar was simply known was the "Les Paul" and gained the Les Paul Standard designation six years later. "Les Paul model" is silkscreened on the black...
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1958 Gibson Les Paul Standard

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1952/19587 Terry Mueller 1958 Conversion Les Paul GT: This is a Terry Mueller conversion which started life as a 53 Goldtop. It still has its original finish front and back! The 58’ modifications include a reset neck to 58’ angle and specs, refret to wider 59’ frets PAF Humbucker PUP’s, stop bar, a Tune O Matic, complete original finish sad stated earlier. All work was done by Terry Mueller and...
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2012 Gibson LES PAUL TRADITIONAL

$1,785
Chicago Blue finish on bound maple top, gloss deep blue finish on mahogany body, big (50's profile) mahogany neck, bound rosewood fretboard, trapezoid inlays, 22 frets, 2 humbucking pickups, stop tailpiece, Nashville tune-o-matic bridge, headstock overlay features logo inlay and model decal, vintage style tuners, 1-11/16'' nut, 24-3/4'' scale, weighs 9.4 lbs, with OHSC, EC (SN:109521690) Item...
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1953 Gibson ES-295

$7,995
"The Gibson ES-295 was introduced in 1952 and shared the same finish as the original Gibson Les Paul goldtop model which originated during the same year. The ES-295 guitar was fitted with 2 p-90 cream covered pickups, it had gold plated hardware , a gold body and neck finish , individual tone controls for each pickup, pickguard embossed with a gold floral design , trapeze tailpiece ,...
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1960 Kay K161 Thin Twin Jimmy Reed Model

$1,899
7 lbs. 3 oz. One of the cleanest examples of one of these we've ever come across! The maple top and back are absolutely gorgeous pieces of wood. The original Mallory pots all date 42nd week of 1960 making this possibly one of the last ever made of this super cool and fairly rare guitar. All original except for tuner buttons themselves which were disintegrating and had to be replaced. Recent...
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