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Gibson Custom 1957 Les Paul Custom Black Beauty Left-Handed Guitar
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1957 saw the PAF humbucker become standard issue on the Les Paul Custom, which in keeping with its other upscale appointments came with a choice of e...Click To Read More About This Product
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1957 saw the PAF humbucker become standard issue on the Les Paul Custom, which in keeping with its other upscale appointments came with a choice of either 2 or 3 of these powerful and quiet new pickups. This Black Beauty model with 2 pickups has become one of the most celebrated of all guitars and the choice of numerous top stars. This Custom Shop re-creation is true to the '57 original in every way, from the '50s rounded neck profile to the solid, non-weight relieved mahogany back.
Gibson's Custom Shop produces some of the finest electric guitars on earth. Using the best materials money can buy, a staff of skilled luthiers reproduce some of the greatest Gibsons of the past and create stunning new instruments for players and collectors who demand the best.
- Carved mahogany top
- Solid, non-weight relieved mahogany back
- Multi-ply white/black binding on body top and back
- Ebony finish
- Gold hardware
- ABR-1 bridge, lightweight aluminum stopbar tailpiece
- Kidney bean tuners
- 2 BurstBucker pickups
- One-piece mahogany neck with long neck tenon
- 22-fret ebony fingerboard
- Pearl block inlays
- Single-ply white neck binding
- Early '50s rounded neck profile
- 24-3/4" scale length
- 1-11/16" nut width
- Holly headstock veneer
- Kidney bean tuners
- CTS pots and bumble bee capacitors
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I absolutley love this guitar. I've played on plenty in my day, and none compare to such. Being in three metal bands, it's hard to find a guitar that can withold the wear and tear. This is the one.
My friend owns this guitar and let me play it. While it sounded nice, and played well, it seems to be more of a collecters guitar. I have an Agile AL-4000 just like this it cost about 3900$ less but plays and sounds exactly the same. Your just paying for a name..