2009 Gibson Billy Gibbons "Pearly Gates" Les Paul Aged + OHSC

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Model: Billy Gibbons "Pearly Gates" Les Paul Aged
Year: 2009
Finish: Original sunburst
Modifications: None
Repairs: None
Weight (kg): 3.95

Case: Original hard
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Neck wood: Mahogany
Body wood: Mahogany, maple cap
Tuners: Original
Pickups: Original
Hardware: Original aged
Neck Profile: 59 style round C
Pots: Original

    Behold, a stunning 2009 Gibson 'Pearly Gates' Les Paul Aged, a tribute to the legendary ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons' iconic 1959 Les Paul. This faithful Custom Shop replica of the Reverends number 1 guitar takes us on a journey back to the golden era of rock 'n' roll, capturing the essence of a bygone era.

    The mahogany body and maple top combination delivers a tone that's rich, warm, and full of sustain. The neck has a really nice and comfortable medium C profile, ensuring exceptional playability. This guitar is a joy to hold and play. 

    The nitro finish is tastefully hand reliced by Tom Murphy and really is quite authentic, standing up well to our 50s and 60s vintage stock.

    Sporting Gibson's famed BurstBucker pickups, this is a one stop shop for tones that are velvety, creamy, and unmistakably Les Paul.

    This guitar is in completely original condition, comes with all its paperwork, the original case and case lining plus the original Gibson cardboard shipping carton and the original receipt!

    Whether you're a collector, a vintage enthusiast, or a guitarist seeking timeless tones and style, this Les Paul embodies the spirit of classic rock. These don't come up for sale too often so don't let it pass you by...

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