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1970 Gibson LES PAUL BASS

$1,585
Walnut finish, mahogany body (bound top), set mahogany neck, bound rosewood fretboard, block inlays, 24 frets, 2 low impedance pickups, phase and tone switches, pots date 30th week of '70, later called the Les Paul Triumph, 1-11/16'' nut, 30-1/2'' scale, NO CASE, VGC (SN:918640) Item ID 55U-5434
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1995 Gibson Les Paul Bass

$1,499

Mikes Music

(Cinci)513-281-4900 (Covington)859-261-5500
1995 Gibson Les Paul Bass with a really attractive CHERRY SUNBURST finish over FLAMED MAPLE TOP - with original brown Gibson pink lined hardshell case, serial number 91515xxx. Hard to believe she's 20 years old, but this flamey Les Paul Bass was gigged in a band, so she has some scars, but they've all been earned. Super cool bass. This Paul was played by a rocker, hence the pinstripe decals on...
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1969 Gibson Les Paul Bass

$1,500
First production year of the Les Paul Bass! Mahogany body and low impedance pickups. Well played, but solid instrument. Mucho Mojo!
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2005 Gibson Les Paul Bass

$1,899
The Gibson Les Paul Bass has all the stylings of the classic Les Paul shape and finish, but built to rumble the foundations of any building it's played in. This bad boy comes loaded with two Thunderbird Pickups, Grover™ with Shamrock tuners bass tuners with 20:1 ratio, Mahogany neck with rounded '50s profile, Mahogany body with solid carved maple top, and a Bound Rosewood fingerboard with...
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1972 Gibson Les Paul Triumph Recording Bass

$2,390
1972 Gibson Les Paul Triumph Bass in it's original Natural finish. It has a good playing neck with good frets with some fret buzz on the E past the 12th fret. It's all original with the exception of the strap buttons, switch tip, and some of the screws. It's also 100% complete including its original bridge cover and original hardshell case with a homemade handle. This bass looks good with some...
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2014 Epiphone Jack Cassady Signature Bass

$699
Arctic white. 8.3 lbs. With OHSC. Excellent + condition. Deep, articulate tone and classic semi-hollowbody style are the hallmarks of the Epiphone Jack Casady Signature Bass. The maple body, mahogany center block, set maple neck, and rosewood fretboard conspire to create a sweet-playing bass you won't want to put down. Has a single low-impedance JCB-1 humbucker with VariTone control, as...
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1999 Epiphone Jack Cassady Signature Bass

$650
Ebony finish. With OHSC. GOOD condition. Deep, articulate tone and classic semi-hollowbody style are the hallmarks of the Epiphone Jack Casady Signature Bass. The maple body, mahogany center block, set maple neck, and rosewood fretboard conspire to create a sweet-playing bass you won't want to put down. Has a single low-impedance JCB-1 humbucker with VariTone control, as well as traditional...
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1973 Gibson Les Paul Signature

$4,495
Super rare and 100% first year.NO REPAIRS! NOT AN ISSUE but, checking at neck joint. Only 8.6 lbs. Keep clicking on each picture until it is HUGE! Please go to www.NealsGuitars.com
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1992 Gibson Les Paul

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Kebos is pleased to announce our retail alliance with our good friends at The Bass Shop Seattle – 206 678 5248. This bass is available for sale exclusively with them! This bass is just plain cool! Has the coveted 50s style LP Jr finish and is in very nice shape. The paint shows very very nice but displays mild wear and patina. Had a moved strap button that was plugged and filled - Its...
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1956 Gibson Gibson Les Paul Custom Waffle Back Bass Side Tuner

$99
Correct bass side tuner for 1956 and 1957 Gibson Les Paul Custom guitars. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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2013 Gibson Les Paul LPB3

$1,379
STUPID DOPE CLEAN! This gorgeous beast has the tags, the OHSC and the look and tone. Presents as new – 10 pounds even – I love this bass!
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Gotoh Allparts TK-0770-001 SD90 Vintage 3+3 Style "Single" Key Bass Side

$6.99
This key is lightly used. This is for "one single" replacement 'nickle" tuning key "Bass Side". 3+3 Gibson style key. Includes farrow and two screws. From the Allparts site: Gotoh SD90 3x3 Vintage style tuning key set with plastic keystone buttons. Nickel finish. 15:1 tuning ratio. Includes all screws and bushings. Frequently used on Gibson® Les Paul® and Epiphone®...
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1957 Gibson Les Paul Junior Vintage Electric Guitar Jr P-90 Bumblebee

$5,399.99
Up for sale, a 1957 Gibson Les Paul Junior electric guitar, lovingly played and very original, with a well worn nitro lacquer sunburst finish. The sound is everything you expect a great Jr. to be, with an acoustic voice that is extremely authoritative and clear, causing the entire body to resonate when you strike a chord. From the quintessential meaty "baseball bat" neck profile to the perfect...
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1981 Gibson LES PAUL CUSTOM

$3,390
1981 left-handed Gibson Les Paul Custom in its original Black finish. It has a great playing neck with good frets. It's all original with the exception of one small ground wire, and is 100% complete with the exception of one screw in one of the pickup rings (the bottom portion of the screw is stuck in the guitar). It even has its original hardshell case. The tuning keys are the more rare winding...
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1959 Gibson LES PAUL SPECIAL

$9,499.99
1959 Gibson Les Paul Special in TV Yellow is in excellent condition, perfect playing order, and comes with a Gibson Custom Shop deluxe hardcase. Except for the plastic switch tip, it's all stock! The pickups read 8.96k for the bridge and 8.12k for the neck. It has average cosmetic wear for a guitar of it's age, dings, dents, chips, and finish checking galore. Has no breaks, cracks, or...
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1980 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe Vintage Electric Guitar & Clean w/ ohsc

$2,399.99
Up for sale, a 1980 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe in excellent, 100% original condition and in perfect working order. This Les Paul Deluxe has the chime, midrange focus and full bodied tone that you expect from this model, with clear top end and focused bass response from the stock patent # mini humbuckers. The guitar weighs 9lb 12oz, with incredible sustain and a dynamic, nuanced tone that matches well...
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1980 Gibson LES PAUL DELUXE

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The Gibson Les Paul Deluxe appeared in 1969 as a version of the Les Paul Standard gold top. Initially, it had a pair of mini-humbuckers and the gold top. The mini-humbuckers use the same cavity as the P-90 pickup, and in fact are mounted in modified P-90 covers. By the mid 1970's, full size humbuckers were available, but these are not common. In 1971, other finishes including natural,...
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1971 Gibson Les Paul Professional

$3,650
A Near Mint Les Paul Personal 1971 Gibson Les Paul Personal This Les Paul Professional is one of only 116 guitars produced between 1971 and 1973. This rare guitar weighs 12.20 lbs. and has a two-piece 'single-bound' mahogany 'sandwich' body with a carved top. Three-piece mahogany neck with a nice, fat nut width of 1 11/16 inches, a standard Gibson scale length of 24 3/4 inches and a wonderful...
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1981 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$3,200
This Gibson Les Paul Standard was made in the USA in 1981. This guitar plays great and sounds incredible. It is all original. It shows normal play wear but there are no breaks or repairs. There are normal dings and dents and one significant gouge on the top near the treble/bass switch. It has been pro-setup and it comes with the original case.
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2003 Gibson Les Paul R9, Brazilian

$8,995
One word came to mind as I prepared to write about this Les Paul: joy. Not every one, but some guitars will catch Lee's eye (as some basses catch mine) and he's gets all itchy to play them after they're cleaned, restrung, photographed and set up. Every once in a while, he'll grab one before I've taken pictures and that means I get to yell at him. It's a midget on giant crime, I assure you, but it...
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1982 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$3,850
A 1982 Metallic Red Gibson Les Paul Standard with Gold Hardware 1982 Gibson Les Paul Standard This 12 3/4-inch-wide 'custom color' Les Paul Standard weighs 9.70 lbs. Single-bound, just under 2 inches deep, solid mahogany body with a carved maple top. One-piece mahogany neck with a nut width of 1 11/16 inches, a standard Gibson scale length of 24 3/4 inches and a very comfortable medium profile....
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1974 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$3,799
9 lbs. 12 oz. (under 10 lbs. for a mid 70's LP!) Unusual Standard from the Deluxe era! This is no conversion, a Standard through and through with no signs of routing or monkeying. Pretty much original minus the Switch tip and Rhythm/Treble surround are new and replaced. Also, has replaced older nickel tuners. Overall in Good shape, there is a ding in the top on the bass side and the back has...
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1974 Gibson Les Paul Signature

$4,700
100% original.One owner. Near Mint condition.We had Mr. Les Paul sign the pick guard for our customer years ago. Original tuners put back on.Original very rare manual & hang tag.Original hard shell Gibson case included. We are also selling the MATCHING BASS. Check it out on our site.PRICE IS FIRM FOR CASH OR BANK WIRE. EXTRA FOR CREDIT CARD OR PAYPAL.Please go directly to www.nealsGuitars.com for...
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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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1959 Gibson Les Paul Special 3/4

$8,500
One of Only Twelve Les Paul Special 3/4's Made in 1959 1959 Gibson Les Paul Special 3/4. This very rare guitar weighs just 7.30 lbs. and has a nice comfortable nut width of 1 9/16 inches and a three-quarter Gibson scale length of 22 3/4 inches. Solid mahogany body, one-piece mahogany neck, and bound rosewood fretboard with 19 original jumbo frets and inlaid pearl dot position markers....
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1974 Gibson LES PAUL DELUXE

$4,995
A very unique Custom Ordered Left Handed Les Paul Deluxe. This guitar has a few special features that sets its apart from your run of the mill Lefty Les Paul from the time period. The guitar features a Rare two piece maple top with Blister Birds Eye figuring. Most 1970s Gibson Lefty necks were obviously converted right handed necks where you have side markers on both sides of the neck. This one...
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1977 Gibson Les Paul Custom - Maple Fretboard

$4,950
Rare mid-seventies Les Paul Custom With a Maple Fretboard and Two Tim Shaw PAF Humbuckers 1977 Gibson Les Paul Custom - Maple Fretboard This is one of the now rather scarce 'Maple Fretboard' Les Paul Custom's. This very unusual guitar weighs 9.60 lbs. and has a fat nut width of just over 1 11/16 inches and a standard Gibson scale length of 24 3/4 inches. Three-piece mahogany/maple/mahogany...
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1991 Gibson Les Paul Standard (1960 re-issue)

$3,500
"This is where the proper, modern Re-Issue starts" A very unusual example with a natural maple top and all gold hardware… 1991 Gibson Les Paul Standard (1960 re-issue). This very beautiful and unusual early 1960 Les Paul Standard re-issue weighs just 9.00 lbs. Solid mahogany body with a 'natural' book-matched carved maple top. One-piece mahogany neck, with a perfect nut width of just over 1...
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1959 Gibson Les Paul Junior Jr.

$5,900
100% original and beautiful. an estate find...i've never even changed the strings. that's reflection in the photo on the bass horn and elsewhere. the back is gleaming shiny clean too. this guitar is stunning in person. BIG everything on this one. nice grain too. spectacular! sorry...SOLD
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1981 Gibson Les Paul Custom

$3,650
This is a cool guitar in a very rare color. Not many were made in GoldBurst, and of all the guitars I’ve owned, this is only my second. This guitar has been played. You can see the finish wear on the back of the neck. There’s a spot in the middle, and on both treble and bass sides. There’s a spot on the front of the body, too. There’s some scratching or something on the pickguard. There’s pick...
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