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Gibson Custom Les Paul Special Single-Cut Electric Guitar
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The Pelham blue used on this entirely unique Gibson Les Paul Special Single Cut Electric Guitar is one of the classic historic paint colors from the ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Pelham blue used on this entirely unique Gibson Les Paul Special Single Cut Electric Guitar is one of the classic historic paint colors from the '50s and '60s. It's also used on select Gibson Firebirds. With mini humbuckers, a wrap stopbar, and Gibson's classic mahogany body and stout set neck with long tenon, this baby cranks out seriously edgy tone with tons of sustain. A bound rosewood fretboard and 4-ply black pickguard give it a touch of luxury.
- Mahogany body
- Mahogany set neck with long tenon
- 1959 rounded neck profile
- Bound rosewood fretboard with pearl dots
- Mini humbuckers
- Wrap stopbar tailpiece/bridge
- Nickel hardware
- 4-ply black pickguard
- 24-3/4" scale length
- 1-11/16" nut width
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Overall a great example of a great guitar. Too pricey for most of us considering you can have several nice guitars for the 5K asking price. I love the Mini Humbuckers! I have a LP Deluxe which has them and they are hot and sweet little numbers. Nice color that you won't see anywhere else. I also have a "regular" Les Paul Special with P-90's in it and it sounds fantastic. The guitar isn't nearly as heavy as a standard Les Paul and therefore won't dislocate your shoulder by accident. If you can afford this one I'd say go for it. It will only go up in value.