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‼️REDUCED‼️ Gibson Les Paul LP-295 Goldtop 0108 of 1000, 2008

‼️REDUCED‼️ Gibson Les Paul LP-295 Goldtop 0108 of 1000, 2008

Gibson has designed a lot of guitars over the years, and the Limited Edition Guitar of the Month for April 2008, the Les Paul LP-295 combines two distinct designs – the classic Les Paul and the ES-295.

Price: $2350 CAD
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Kubicki Factor Fretless Bass Metallic Teal, 1990

Kubicki Factor Fretless Bass Metallic Teal, 1990

Philip Kubicki started off working for Fender, and set out on his own to explore his own ideas of what a bass could be. The Kubicki Factor Bass first appeared as a limited production item in 1983. Once one of the first built was used by John Taylor of Duran Duran during a Saturday Night Live appearance, demand rose sharply. These basses were built in Santa Barbara, California.

Price: $2499.99 CAD
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Alhambra Crossover CS-3 CW E2

Alhambra Crossover CS-3 CW E2

This Alhambra Crossover CS-3 CW E2 is an excellent solution to those who are willing to express modern music with a classy touch.  With a neck of 48 mm and its flexibility of fine quality of Cedar top, this instrument has the versatility of giving you a beautiful sound plugged or unplugged. The elegant design of its headstock will allow musicians to display style and project a sound that matches the look of this amazing instrument.

Price: $1949 CAD
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Ibanez Iceman IC-50 BK Solidbody Electric Black, 1981

Ibanez Iceman IC-50 BK Solidbody Electric Black, 1981

This Ibanez Iceman IC-50 BK built during June 1981 at the Terada plant in Nagoya pairs a distinctively shaped laminated Mahogany body and a 3-ply Birch bolt on neck with Rosewood fingerboard. As a fairly stripped down, straight ahead rock machine, the IC50 uses a pair of Super 70 coverless pickups with individual volume and master tone control, pickup selector, and top mounted output jack.

Price: $800 CAD
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Gibson Les Paul Standard Cherryburst, 1998

Gibson Les Paul Standard Cherryburst, 1998

The Gibson Les Paul Standard Cherryburst, named as the Standard, didn’t appear until 1959 but in its sunburst form dates to 1958 and the move away from the Goldtop finish. The ‘Standard’ engraved truss rod cover came into use during 1976, At first appearance in 1952, the Les Paul model bore the familiar gold-top, and in 1954 the Les Paul Custom appeared in black, along with the Les Paul Junior. In 1955 the Les Paul Special was launched, without the carved Maple cap. Finishes included the ‘TV’ tint, intended to make the guitar better visible on black and white televisions.

Price: $1999.99 CAD
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‼️Reduced‼️ Gibson Les Paul Studio Lite Cherry Burst, 1992

‼️Reduced‼️ Gibson Les Paul Studio Lite Cherry Burst, 1992

This Gibson Les Paul Studio Lite from 1992! Built between 1987 and 1998 at the Gibson Nashville plant, the Les Paul Studio Lite features classic Les Paul construction, but without binding, and with an ebony fingerboard. As its name implies, the Les Paul Studio Lite is weight relieved, and this example, dating to September 10th, 1992 sits on the scale at a svelte 7.8 pounds. It also has a 1960’s slim taper neck, quite a bit smaller than modern profiles. Hardware is gold plated, with coverless Gibson 490R and 490T pickups.

Price: $1150 CAD
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