Here a traditional Gibson Les Paul Custom in Cherry Sunburst with a red back and neck. It’s a 1988 model and is a superb and cool looking guitar. The guitar is in great overall condition with only a hint of tarnishing on the pick up covers giving it patina and bit of rock mojo. With its fantastic feel and killer looks, and awesome sound it is a real winner. The fretboard is dark ebony and the mahogany neck plays light and fluid. Guitar lives in its original chainsaw hard-case.
Here a Gibson Les Paul Custom In Black beauty in black and nickel finish. It’s a 1979 model and is an example of a fine solid body guitar made with solid mahogany body with a cool finish. The guitar is in good condition for its near 4 decades with some marks to the body and a bit of tarnishing to the nickel hardware giving it patina and rock mojo. With killer looks, and awesome sound it is a winner in my book. The fretboard is a fine grain dark ebony and the mahogany neck plays light and fluid. Guitar receipt from the shop where it was bought for $620 in 1980 came with the guitar. Guitar lives in its beaten up chainsaw hard-case.
This Gibson Les Paul Custom is a bit of a rare beast with a fine solid body mahogany body with carved top is a bit of a classic, and indeed it is. It is one of the finest guitars in the collection and has the standard neck of a Les Paul Custom profile. Therefore we have here a gorgeous 2007 Gibson Les Paul Custom with a spec featuring that desirable easy accessible neck coupled with a heavy solid body guitar harking back to the Customs of the 1970 era with a bit of rock mojo. This guitar an old school design of beauty with its understated simple and classy top. The instrument has a fantastic feel and killer look to it, sound wise it is awesome too as it is kitted out with great stock pickups. The fretboard is proper quality ebony and plays light and fluid. Guitar lives in its hard-case.