In a more serious matter, I am contemplating more and more on having a luthier I know to build me a '59 style LP. I have been doing tons of research (about 20 pages now),worked on specs, have many measurements, I got some from a "real deal" (thx to you my "eastern friend") but as we know lots was done handmade so not as normalized as nowaday...especially for the neck, so I averaged some measurements from sources I can trust I got pictures of the "perfect faded burst " guitar I want and the neck shape I want but very much a '59 size slightly V-shaped. I will select the wood with my luthier (he knows but I valid...WTF do I know about tonewood...Oh well just feelings I guess.) Can I find my dream guitar on Gibson production line? probably not (believe me or not, I have searched, the closest was a 1992 but...short tenon and other off specs). And if I do, she will be priced at how much? USD/EUR 5000-7000-10000...more? I will have mine for 2500 EUR at the most (not included the Seymour D Joe B. '59 CS & some other harware I want to select as per '59 specs). All this to say: I do agree with Houston earlier this thread, the Gibson logo IS entirely part of a Les Paul. As well as the Headstock shape should I add. That's also why I have Gibson's and not epiphones at home...in part. I can't see really what is the problem to have the name "of THE makers" on my replica (Gibby & Lester P). IT IS A TRIBUTE TO THEM. I am not trying to fool anyone. Of course I will ensure that she is recognisable as replica/copy/fake by having the name of the builder on it (back of headstock where the custom shop logo usually is) and by having an even longer tenon. Like this, any "dum a##" wanting to buy a real '59 will not be fooled. But then If he can afford a '59 he/she is probably not a dum a##, at least less than I.