Uncle Lou's Classic Guitars
Lou Gatanas
(718) 762-1679
Flushing, NY
8:08 AM
Any reasonable hour.

Cash, certified/bank check, or wire transfer pre-paid. A 25% minimum deposit is required for "Lay-Away" purchases and shall not exceed thirty days. If item is not paid in full after thirty days, the deposit will be returned less 15% of the selling price for re-stocking.

All guitars are shipped and insured at customer`s expense via Fedex. Customer assumes responsibility for any insurance claims.

24 hour money back approval on mail order purchases less a 15% "re-stocking/rental" fee. This is to deter all the "Wankers" who feel they can buy a guitar through the mail, use it on a gig or in the studio, then return it when they're done! No returns on "Lay-Away" purchases.

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1960 Gibson Bonnet Knobs

$300
You're viewing an original set of black silver foil reflector knobs for a 1960 Gibson Les Paul SG Standard and other guitars of the era (though I've only seen them on the earliest SG's). They are in very nice shape with the writing partially intact. As you can see from the photo, these are very early and the shaft barely extends beyond the numbered skirt, just like 50's bonnet knobs. Sometime in...
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1959 Gibson Bonnet Knobs

$500
You're viewing an original set of Gibson gold 'bonnet' knobs made between 1956 through early 1960 as used on Gibson Les Paul standards and other Gibsons of the era. They're in excellent condition and have a deep amber tone to them. They'd look amazing on your Historic, conversion, or maybe even your original burst or goldtop!
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1959 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$395,000
Before you ask, the answer is NO...this is not a one-piece top! For many years, this guitar affectionately known as 'Ralphie' was thought by some to have a one-piece top, but I assure you it doesn't. The flame is well-matched, with total coverage and moderate depth. The color has faded to a pale cherry-burst bordering on 'Iced Tea', but very pretty nonetheless. The overall condition is about an...
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1958 Gibson Les Paul Standard

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Does anyone out there know the whereabouts of this beautiful & unusually flamey '58 burst? Please message me if you do. It's serial # 8 5394 and it was stolen from Billy Squier in 1986...he's been looking for it ever since. I know Billy; he's a really nice guy who didn't deserve to have 'his baby' stolen from him. He won't press criminal charges and he'd be willing to buy the guitar back at...
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1959 Gibson Burst Gallery

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For those of you who know nothing of me and what I do, I've put together a PARTIAL sampling of 1958-60 bursts that I've sold in recent years (Please don't ask, they're all gone!). How does one get so many bursts...Luck? No way!!! I pay more than ANYBODY that's how! This is not an invitation for free appraisals, give me a call if you're serious about moving one.
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