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    1957 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop Electric Guitar, #7 1879. With the introduction of the humbucker, 1957 was a transitional year for Gibson. This early '57 Goldtop model features its original P-90s. Nice straight guitar with that very cool vibe. Normal checking and greening. Finish worn on back edges. Frets look original and are in very good shape. Clean headstock, no breaks. 9 lbs 3 oz or 4.16 kg. Original brown hardshell has a broken handle and is well worn. No extra charge for the duct tape on case. Condition: Very Good

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2011
    14th-16th Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
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