2002 Les Paul Standard

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2002 Les Paul Standard with Bigsby. Like New.

Heritage Cherry Sunburst.
Weight Relieved. (Still has the solid body sound. Not "weight reduced")

Arch top.
Mahogany back & neck, rosewood fretboard, single ply top.
50's Neck.
Nickel hardware.
Pickups: Burstbucker V / Alnico Magnets.
B7 Bigsby with roller bridge (original parts included).
2002 quality level case included.
Thomastik Infeld Power Bright strings Installed and included.

$1399.00

SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY PLEASE.


BUYER PAYS SHIPPING


NO TRADES.

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I really really like this and cannot BELIEVE that it is still here. I really have my heart set on a pelham trad or classic custom, otherwise I would have already paypaled you.

I really hope this sells.
 

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This is a killer Guitfiddle. If one of mine would sell I would jump on this.


Elitists for sale!!! Get your Elitists here so I can buy this!!!!
 

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Yowza... Ever make it down to the KC area?
This would solve the shipping problem. Ever make it to the St. Louis area? 5 hour ride. You can bring your own amp!


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I have no documentation that says what it weighs and nothing to weigh it on. I would estimate that if scrawny, frail Jimmy Page could shoulder a solid body for four hours every night in the 70's, no one would have a problem with this guitar holding a Bigsby.


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Weighing myself on a bathroom scale holding the guitar and not holding it, I got a difference in weight of 10 lbs. I don't know how accurate that is.

Edit... Some information on the internet backs this up. About 9-10 lbs. Standards are heavier, there's just no way to get around it. They chamber them now, but I've read that the tone is quite different, being more "acoustic" in tone.


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