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    1977 Gibson Les Paul Custom Black Solid Body Electric Guitar, Serial #73487029.
    Somewhat rare maple fretboard Les Paul Custom. Original black finish but the neck has been lightly sanded and buffed. Refretted with larger frets that show minimal wear. The covers are removed from the original patent stamped T-top pickups. Wiring is unaltered with pots dating to mid-1977. The pickguard and brackets are missing. A few dings and scratches are present, along with minor buckle scratching. The binding has fine cracks in some spots. Some finish disturbance on the back edge near the strap button. The knobs have been changed to top hats. Schaller-style tune-o-matic bridge and brass jack plate are likely original. Gold hardware shows wear. 9.8lbs. Original hard case included. Condition: Good.

    From Fester's Lesters & Strats Collection.

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2020
    29th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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