Reverb pedal and a little more JUDAS!! 1976 Gibson Les Paul Custom Maple Neck





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Published on Mar 17, 2011

This super rare 1976 Gibson Les Paul Custom with a maple fretboard weighs
10.50 lbs. and has a nut fat width of just over 1 11/16 inches and a
standard Gibson scale length of 24 3/4 inches. Three-piece mahogany body,
three-piece mahogany neck with a medium profile and a small unobtrusive
volute at the top of the neck. Individual "Gibson" Grover Roto-Matic tuners
with bell-shaped metal buttons. Maple fretboard with 22 frets and inlaid
pearl block position markers. Two Gibson humbucker pickups with black
plastic rings and outputs of 7.43k and 7.68k. An excellent plus (9.00)
example with just a small amount of belt buckle rash on the back and a few
small marks on the body. Housed in the original Gibson black hardshell case
with red plush lining (9.00). This guitar has been expertly re-fretted. The
maple fretboard combined with the mahogany body give it a slightly brighter
attack than a standard Les Paul Custom. The sustain and high-end crunch are
massive. The maple fretboard Les Paul Custom was offered as an option
between 1977 and 1979. This guitar with it's late 1976 serial number is one
of the very first of these 'rare birds' ever made.

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