Still not sure I really want to do this, but I'm considering selling my '88 LPC Lite. If you're not familiar, the Custom Lites were made 1987-1989. It has a mahogany neck and body, Ebony fretboard and a 3 piece carved maple top. The main difference between the LPC Lite and a regular LP is the thickness of the body. The Mahogany back is about half as thick as any normal LP. It also has a tummy contour, rounded edges and no binding on the back side (like a Standard) and the 2nd tone knob is removed to accomodate a coil tap switch. It is much lighter than a regular LP, and as it sits closer because of the thin body, IMHO, much more comfortable to play. This guitar came with gold hardware and the original Gibson Bill Lawrence designed humbuckers, all of which will be included. I have replaced all the hardware with chrome, Gibson parts only, with the exception of the tuners, which are chrome locking Sperzels. The pickups are Gibson 490R/498T. I had a fret leveling & set-up done a couple years ago, as well as a graphite nut installed. There is some wear on the back of the neck, some checking on the binding and various dings and scratches here and there. I have some better more detailed pics I'll post later. It comes with one of the pink interior/tan exterior HSC's. The case is pretty beat, but it does the job. I have another one of these in black, as well as a Studio and a couple of other guitars, so I really don't use this guitar too often. Might as well go to someone who is going to play it. That said if I can't get what I want for it, I'd rather just keep it. I'm asking $1850 + Packaging, Shipping, Pay Pal fees & Insurance.