|Comments||The Gibson Les Paul Standard, this one from 1980 is — well, it’s been a standard benchmark guitar since people started needing solidbody electric guitars. This particular example is in good playing condition, and it has been played. There’s good honest finish wear, but it feels and plays great.|
|Serial Number||81206586, built during 1980 in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.|
|Neck||Three-piece Maple neck with volute and bound Rosewood fingerboard. Faux pearl trepezoidal markers, large headstock, Mother of Pearl Gibson logo inlaid on headplate. Slim neck profile, standard 24.75″ scale length.|
|Frets||Original frets with minor wear.|
|Body||Bound, Three-piece Maple cap on mahogany.|
|Finish||Original Cherry Sunburst nitrocellulose lacquer finish, with good honest play wear. A few small chips on the top and wear on the back.|
|Hardware/electronics||Gibson 498 / 492 pickups; original tuners, bridge and tailpiece; standard Les Paul wiring with selector switch, individual volume and tone controls, and gold ‘speed’ knobs.|
|Playability/Action||Plays well and cleanly at a standard action height.|
|Case||Camouflage Precision gig bag included.|
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