The Gibson Custom Shop 2011 Black Les Paul Standard #811262 stands as a testament to the meticulous craftsmanship and timeless design synonymous with Gibson's storied legacy. It was part of a limited run of 25 pieces made for the Scandinavian market. Drenched in an alluring jet-black finish, this Les Paul exudes an air of sophistication and boldness. The meticulously crafted mahogany body, paired with a carved maple top, not only delivers a rich and resonant tone but also showcases the Custom Shop's dedication to premium materials. The set 50's style neck, adorned with a very nice dark rosewood fretboard, provides a smooth playing experience.
The BurstBuckers pickups were upgraded to aged Slash pickups. the tuners were upgraded to Gotoh locking, but we will refit the original ones. They capture the essence of vintage Les Paul sound with a modern twist. Each detail, from the nickel hardware to the intricate binding, reflects the artistry poured into this limited-edition gem. The 2011 Black Les Paul Standard from the Gibson Custom Shop is more than just a guitar; it's a testament to the enduring allure of a classic instrument that transcends time and musical genres. Slash pickups in it with aged covers. Interested? This Gibson Custom Shop Les Paul Darkback comes in a period-correct case, including certificate and case candy. Great stuff!
- Top Wood: Two-Piece Maple
- Body Wood: One-Piece Solid Mahogany
- Body Finish: Goldtop/Darkback VOC Nitrocellulose
- Number of Frets: 22
- Scale Length: 24.75"
- Neck Wood: Solid Mahogany
- Neck Shape: Fat C-Shape
- Fretboard Wood: Rosewood
- Fretboard Inlays: Aged Cellulose Nitrate Trapezoid
- Bridge: Period Correct Tune-O-Matic Bridge, Stopbar Tailpiece
- Tuners: Kluson Single Line, Single Ring
- Hardware Type: Nickel
- Treble Pickup: Custom Bucker
- Bass Pickup: Custom Bucker
- Capacitors: Bumble Bee caps
- Case: Black Custom Shop
Gibson CS Les Paul 1958 Ebony Dark back
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