I have no idea. The specs say "Gibson’s traditional ’50s rounded neck profile." But I also read somewhere that Gibson didn't even offer a single cut Special in 1960 -- only the double cut. So, yeah, I don't think it's a historically accurate reissue.
Sorry for being stupid, but I'm curious. Is the Custom Shop 1960 Les Paul Special VOS considered an R0?
Reason I ask is because, (1) it's a Special, and (2) from what I understand, it's not really an accurate reproduction of the 1960 special to begin with.
Just out of curiosity, do you have any idea what the value of a Sequoia Red Nighthawk from the Landmark Series would be today?
That has been my main guitar since I bought it used about 11 years ago for $400. I had always wanted a Gibson, and that was the only one I could afford at the time...
I know I'm bumping an old post in an old thread, but I thought it was worth posting.
For the record, the blueshawk did not have P-90 pickups. It had Blues 90 pickups, which only look like P-90s because they have the same soapbar casing.
I'm offering my Gibson Les Paul Studio Robot in Midight Manhattan Blue.
She's a beauty, and in perfect condition. I bought it new and have only played it a few times. The robot electronics work flawlessly.
The only reason I'm looking to unload it is that I really never play...
In a way, it was a show of respect -- he killed the Eagles over the years, and the fans were just cheering that he wouldn't be able to hurt the Eagles in that game. Nobody knew that it would end his career at the time.