This is the famous Bavarian Makeover - Aging by Florian Jaeger - This is a especially selected guitar aged by one of the best luthiers in Europe, (in this case in: Bavaria, Germany.) This is a 1959 Les Paul flametop with extreme resonance and the looks of a vintage guitar! Mahogany back, super intense top with all kinds of cool things going on...super flame, nice graining... the works! it is completed by ultra thin lacquer and Florians unique aging process: The Bavarian Makeover Two . This includes: Brazilian board with CITES paperwork, Stripping off the lacquer -Re-carving of the maple top to vintage-correct contours -Reshaping the neck to a genuine 50s profile with rolled binding -Filling the pores in the mahogany with the correct red pore filler -Re-stamping the serial number with the correct font -Refinishing with nitrocellulose lacquer with period-correct aniline dyes -the correct Vintage Patina -personalized/customized aging with authentic weatherchecking and all the wear and tear you want: dents, nibs, forearm-wear, authentic buckle-rash -hardware/plastics aging
Weight: 3,95 Kg
comes with Brazilian board with CITES papwerwork,original case and paperwork.
Gibson CS 1959 Les Paul Florian Jaeger Bavarian Makeover 2
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