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SOLD!!! 2011 Gibson Les Paul Studio Faded 50’s Tribute Gold Top

SOLD!!! 2011 Gibson Les Paul Studio Faded 50's Tribute Gold Top

The Gibson Les Paul has been a standard for rock guitarists since the invention of rock music. The Gibson Les Paul Studio brings it to an affordable level.

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1982 Gibson Les Paul 30th Anniversary Gold Top SOLD

1982 Gibson Les Paul 30th Anniversary Gold Top  SOLD

In 1982, the Gibson Les Paul 30th Anniversary gold top appeared, marking the 1952 introduction of the Les Paul – but is based on a 1958 model Gold Top.

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2013 Gibson Les Paul Classic Doublecut Goldtop SOLD

2013 Gibson Les Paul Classic Doublecut Goldtop  SOLD

In 2012, the Gibson Les Paul Classic Doublecut appeared as a regular production model, with a traditional carved maple top, a chambered body and simplified electronics.

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NO LONGER AVAILABLE! 2008 Gibson Slash Les Paul Goldtop

NO LONGER AVAILABLE! 2008 Gibson Slash Les Paul Goldtop

Slash is closely associated with the Les Paul, and it’s no surprise that there would be Gibson Slash Les Paul Goldtop. Starting around 1990, there have been quite a few Gibson Slash Les Paul signature models from both Gibson USA and Epiphone.

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1976 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe Gold Top (SOLD)

1976 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe Gold Top (SOLD)

The Gibson Les Paul Deluxe was introduced in 1969 as a re-branding of the Les Paul Standard. Featuring a multi-layer ‘pancake’ body and routing for P-90 pickups (or mini-humbuckers, which were themselves mounted in modified P-90 covers) the Les Paul Deluxe is most known in its ‘Gold Top’ form. This metallic gold finish was originally used on the earliest Les Pauls in 1952. In 1977, the ‘pancake’ body was retired and solid mahogany slabs returned (with the usual carved maple cap).

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1969 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe Gold Top

1969 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe Gold Top

This 1969 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe Gold Top is in largely original condition -The gold top finish is original, and has checked nicely as lacquer does. The P-90s were optional in this year; the mini-humbuckers were becoming ‘standard’ on the Deluxe. The wider Schaller ‘Harmonica’ bridge dates to the 1970s, and the output jack plate has been replaced with a metal version, as so many of the original plastic plates were.

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