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    1982 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop 30th Anniversary Solid Body Electric Guitar, Serial #A 0293.
    30th Anniversary Les Paul Standard Goldtop. Original guitar with two changed tuners. The strap button has been moved and the original hole can still be seen. Shows light to moderate fret wear through 9th position on original frets. Various dings, scuffs and dents but nothing severe. The worst dents are on the back, near the strap button on edge. Missing wire on ABR-1 bridge. This guitar has a metal jack plate that could be original. Hanger marks on underside of headstock. Electronics are original and working with pot dates of late 1980 (volume) and late 1981 (tone). Checking is present. 9.8lbs. Original hard case included. Condition: Excellent.

    From Fester's Lesters & Strats Collection.

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2020
    29th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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