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Unread 02-05-2011, 09:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Help Me Evaluate 1985 Les Paul Please

This guitar was offered to me for $1395.00 and was stated it was a 1985.

It was described as a "players guitar" which doesn't really bother me. I was hoping to get any additional information, opinions, thoughts and/or ideas that anyone may care to make.

Can anyone tell me which model Les Paul this is?

I found this info:
The Guitar Dater Project - Gibson Serial Number Decoder
The serial number is 8255xxxx:
Your guitar was made at the
Nashville Plant, TN, USA
September 12nd, 1985
Production Number: 24

Thanks for any help!
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Re: Help Me Evaluate 1985 Les Paul Please

I'm pretty sure this is Gibson's first production of a Les Paul Studio, if I recall the model name is a Les Paul Studio Standard, or Standard Studio. The picups dont look original, but other than that it looks to be in good shape, price is a little high but not that far out of the range it outta be.

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Re: Help Me Evaluate 1985 Les Paul Please

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I'm pretty sure this is Gibson's first production of a Les Paul Studio, if I recall the model name is a Les Paul Studio Standard, or Standard Studio. The picups dont look original, but other than that it looks to be in good shape, price is a little high but not that far out of the range it outta be.

Hope I could help, Jay.
Thanks Jay! Here's a few more pics and the guy sent me the following info:

"I've attached some pics of the guitar. This guitar, serial number
8255xxxx, definitely has a lot of playwear. It plays great, has a very
low action (possibly too low for someone with a heavy hand). It's
missing the pickguard as well as most of the backplate screws. There is
very little fretwear, as it probably had a fret dress fairly recently.
No major dings, but plenty of minor dings. The pickups, of course, are
not original. I waxed the body twice but the finish is still a bit
cloudy. Overall, I would describe it as a player's guitar. It's solid
and plays well but not at all mint. Hope this helps."
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Re: Help Me Evaluate 1985 Les Paul Please

Looks like a good one, most that have wear on them are. I'd check it out in person if you are able to and if it plays and sounds right go for it!

I think these were the second edition of the studio to come out, because the first were called "Studio Customs" and had three-ply binding. I think they originally had Tim Shaw pickups, but I'm not certain. Really the only difference that I recall in these and a LP Standard is the inlays, and three piece top...
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Looks like a good one, most that have wear on them are. I'd check it out in person if you are able to and if it plays and sounds right go for it!

I think these were the second edition of the studio to come out, because the first were called "Studio Customs" and had three-ply binding. I think they originally had Tim Shaw pickups, but I'm not certain. Really the only difference that I recall in these and a LP Standard is the inlays, and three piece top...
I have a trusted long time guitar buddy who lives very close to seller . . he'll check it out for me if i decide to go further.

What is with the three piece top you spoke of?
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Re: Help Me Evaluate 1985 Les Paul Please

If you look very closely you will see the that the top is made out of three pieces of maple. It doesn't affect anything at all. Some older Les Paul's such as Les Paul deluxes I've seen 3 or 4, even saw a 7 piece top. Only thing is that the original 1958 models had two piece tops, which is more preferable due to looks.
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Re: Help Me Evaluate 1985 Les Paul Please

To me, it does look like a Studio Standard...I have an '83, one of the first made, and its a great guitar. The price sounds pretty good but you may try to get him down a little bit, if possible...other than the dot inlays and silkscreen logo, it has all the appointments of a regular Standard, IIRC.
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Re: Help Me Evaluate 1985 Les Paul Please

Studio Standard.
With original Shaw pickups, maybe the price is OK, kinda borderline.
I'm gassing myself for one of these or it's brother, the Studio Custom in original condition, mainly with Shaw pickups.
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Re: Help Me Evaluate 1985 Les Paul Please

I went ahead and bought this 1985 Studio . . . it plays great!

There are some screws/hardware/etc are missing and/or not original, for
instance the pickguard and mounting screws as you can see from the pics.

Also the pickup ring screws are all mismatched.

Where can I find good reproduction items that would be correct for this guitar?

Were the 1985 Studios sold with single ply pickguards?

And the Truss Rod covers, did they have "Studio" on them?
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I went ahead and bought this 1985 Studio . . . it plays great!

There are some screws/hardware/etc are missing and/or not original, for
instance the pickguard and mounting screws as you can see from the pics.

Also the pickup ring screws are all mismatched.

Where can I find good reproduction items that would be correct for this guitar?

Were the 1985 Studios sold with single ply pickguards?

And the Truss Rod covers, did they have "Studio" on them?
Which items are u looking 4 ?
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Which items are u looking 4 ?
Creme colored Pickguard with mounting screws and bracket

Screws for both rear plates

Screws for Pickup rings
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Creme colored Pickguard with mounting screws and bracket

Screws for both rear plates

Screws for Pickup rings
Maybe i can help check here
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Helped ?
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Helped ?
Was just going to email you . . .

which creme pickguard is for the studio with full size humbuckers?
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Was just going to email you . . .

which creme pickguard is for the studio with full size humbuckers?
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But they actually just have Studio model in Black (LES PAUL STUDIO
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Re: Help Me Evaluate 1985 Les Paul Please

The only things that jumps out at me, are the pickup rings, pokerchip, and toggle switch washer. They're alot more light yellowish, compared to the binding and the zebra installed. The rings and the pokerchip look like the ones found on imports, and look nothing like the cream colored plastics on any of my 80's Les Pauls. They could just be aftermarket (WD or AllParts), no big deal. I would also check under the backplates, and get a good look at the electronics. Especially that toggle switch. The washer looks like it might have been changed, which again may be no big deal, as long as it's a good switch like a Switchcraft. What you don't want to find is one of those box shaped toggle switches or mini-pots. Other than that, it looks like a fine Studio Standard from that era. Good luck with the sale
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nice looking guitar!
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Re: Help Me Evaluate 1985 Les Paul Please

The guitar is a studio standard. I have an '86. I don't know that I've ever seen original Shaw zebra pickups. I know the pickups were originally covered, so there is some doubt the pickups are original. That being said, the price is a bit high. I bought mine for $900 and the going rate for studio standards (all original) is $900-$1200.

I would check the pickups and negotiate the price.
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The guitar is a studio standard. I have an '86. I don't know that I've ever seen original Shaw zebra pickups. I know the pickups were originally covered, so there is some doubt the pickups are original. That being said, the price is a bit high. I bought mine for $900 and the going rate for studio standards (all original) is $900-$1200.

I would check the pickups and negotiate the price.
The deal is done . . . the owner said he sold the original Shaw's years ago.

I don't know who made the neck Zebra pup, or the Bridge pup either. The neck reads 10K and the bridge reads 9.45K. I'm going to replace them this weekend.
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Damn, no Shaws?
Hope you didn't pay the full asking price.
She is beautiful nevertheless.
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You should send fairlanericky a PM. He has a pair of unstamped Shaw's for a good price which would fit in quite nicely with an 1985!
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I'd snag it, for sure--that's rare seeing a LP Studio with bidning on the body--go git ut!
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You should send fairlanericky a PM. He has a pair of unstamped Shaw's for a good price which would fit in quite nicely with an 1985!
How much do Shaws go for usually, about?

The pups in this sound pretty good but I'd like to go with the originals if not too expensive.

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I'd snag it, for sure--that's rare seeing a LP Studio with bidning on the body--go git ut!
it plays and looks very nice, glad i got it!
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Re: Help Me Evaluate 1985 Les Paul Please

Because of the binding, I'm thinkin' this is a Les Paul Studio Custom. They originally had gold hardware, but maybe someone replaced with chrome or nickel. The stop-tail looks awfully shiny for an '85, but the tuners look period.
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Because of the binding, I'm thinkin' this is a Les Paul Studio Custom. They originally had gold hardware, but maybe someone replaced with chrome or nickel. The stop-tail looks awfully shiny for an '85, but the tuners look period.
Is there anyway to tell about gold hardware for certain?
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You should send fairlanericky a PM. He has a pair of unstamped Shaw's for a good price which would fit in quite nicely with an 1985!
I PM'ed fairlanericky about them.

Thanks for the tip!
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Because of the binding, I'm thinkin' this is a Les Paul Studio Custom. They originally had gold hardware, but maybe someone replaced with chrome or nickel. The stop-tail looks awfully shiny for an '85, but the tuners look period.
Hey, found this in the classifieds:

FS: 1985 Gibson Les Paul Studio Custom ~ $1900

This must have been what it looked originally, right?
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how much do shaws go for usually, about?

The pups in this sound pretty good but i'd like to go with the originals if not too expensive.

Thanks for the reply!
around $400 a set
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Because of the binding, I'm thinkin' this is a Les Paul Studio Custom. They originally had gold hardware, but maybe someone replaced with chrome or nickel. The stop-tail looks awfully shiny for an '85, but the tuners look period.
No it aint. The Studio custom has multiply binding (lke a Les Paul custom, doh). The studio standard has single ply binding (like a Les Paul standard, doh).
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