1976 Gibson Les Paul Custom + OHSC

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At A Glance:
Model: Les Paul Custom
Year: 1976
Finish: Cherry
Modifications: None
Repairs: None
Weight (kg): 4.63

Case: Correct 'chainsaw' hardshell case
Fingerboard: Ebony
Neck wood: Maple
Body wood: Mahogany
Tuners: Correct Gibson
Pickups: 2 x Correct Patent Number Humbuckers
Hardware: Correct gold Plated
Neck Profile: Medium C
Pots: 4 x Correct 500k CTS

    This guitar looks the part. Cherry is the quintessential Gibson colour and this one carries it well. There are bumps and knocks and th finish has yellowed a little but overall its in great shape. 

    As with the body, the three piece maple neck shows some signs of use. The grain is wonderfully showcased here. The Ebony fretboard is in great shape as are the frets that have plenty of life left in them. The headstock is in good shape too.

    The hardware is tarnished with some corrosion visible. This is to be expected and does not affect playability. 

    Electrically everything is correct and untouched, as you would expect of course. Pots date at week 5 of 1976

    The guitar comes with its correct Gibson hard-shell chainsaw case. The hinges are not brilliant and one has been replaced with a more industrial option.

    We are quick to discount Les Pauls from this period as blunt instruments, without some of the finesse of their predecessor. This guitar, though this does weigh in at a reasonable 4.63kgs, is still as dynamic and possesses the tonal gravitas that you've come to expect. By no means a PAF loaded burst, this  guitar has a tone all if its own that doesn’t disappoint.

    Looks and tone to die for, what more could you want? 

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