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    1953 Gibson Les Paul Custom Black Solid Body Electric Guitar. First unofficial year Les Paul Custom Black Beauty as it became a catalog item in 1954. Very worn original frets that should be replaced. Missing switch tip and no evidence of repair or modifications. Neck pickup cover is cracked. 1 inch area of binding is missing on the treble side of the headstock. Replaced jack plate and some finish is missing in the adjoining area. Most of the finish on the back of the neck is gone from heavy play. electronics are working. No dates on the pots. Odd circles on face of headstock. Personal in hand inspection is encouraged. Original hard case included. Condition: Fair. Price Guide Value $29,000

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2014
    1st Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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