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    1954 Gibson Les Paul Conversion Sunburst Solid Body Electric Guitar, Serial # 4 0601. 1954 Les Paul converted to 1959 specs by Chris Mirabella in 2006. Many 1950's parts except for the pickups. Caps and pots appear to be late 1950's with Bumble Bees. Tuners are correct late 1950's single line Klusons with what appear to be very good Uncle Lou buttons. Correct 1959 ABR-1 bridge and tailpiece. Pickups are of unknown origin but the rings appear to be correct 1957-1960 cream original Gibson parts. Jack plate is an original 1950's original cream plastic Gibson part. Close to center seam top with nice figured flame on bass side and birdseye maple on the treble. Re-fretted with larger modern style frets and original nylon nut. 4 latch pre-1957 Gibson hard case included. Condition: Very Good.

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    October, 2013
    25th Friday
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