Here on offer, due to duplication a Gibson L6s, Deluxe model in wine red. This is a large body Les Paul shape guitar and was initially designed in 1972 and first released in 1973. The idea was to make a “multi-sound system” for a low price. The L6-S model remained in production for a few years but was phased out gradually, although the L6-S Custom remained in the catalogue in 1980 and was still being made in the Nashville plant. The L6-S is now generally considered to be the most underrated of all the Gibson solid bodied guitars. Some high-profile users were Al Di Meola and Carlos Santana. Pat Martino, John McLaughlin, Keith Richards, Paul Stanley and Mike Oldfield, Dave Davies to name but a few.
The guitar is solid body shape with a “harmonica” or “Nashville” bridge, commonly found on older Gibson guitars like the Gibson Les Paul Recording. Its got a 24 Fret neck which makes easy reach for the higher notes. Pick ups are aftermarket. Guitar comes with gig bag. Price £1199 ONO