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    Buck Dharma's 1959 Gibson Les Paul Custom Black Solid Body Electric Guitar, Serial # 9 2724. Main guitar of Blue Oyster Cult guitarist Buck Dharma during the 1970's Re-fretted and repaired headstock. Overspray on the back of the body. Neck was refinished after the headstock repair. Serial number is stamped into the wood and appears to be original but is difficult to read. Pots and switch have been replaced as have the pickups. Re-fretted with medium jumbo frets that show considerable play wear. 1970's Gibson Protector hard case included. Condition: Fair. Price Guide Value $60,000

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2015
    28th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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