2004 Les Paul model number?

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Hey people, I have a beautiful 2004 Les Paul Standard. Has a 50s neck Heritage Cherry Sunburst, nickel hardware, I put the abr1 style bridge and replaced Bustbucker Pros with Burstbuckers and 50s wiring, 60s knobs, plain truss rod cover and nice aged switch tip, whole new guitar now. I played a $11,000 R9 and didnt really notice a big difference, sorry. Dont get me wrong if I had more money I would buy a nice Murphy LP. Now my qustion, model number is LP5+HSNHI, which I think is Les Paul 50s neck Heritage Cherry Sunburst Nickel Hardware, now what on Earth does the I stand for? OCD has kicked in lol. Thanks.
 

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There's always a '1' at the end of the model number. Sometimes, but rarely they will use 2. I think they use it to refer to a specific run of the model.
 
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There's always a '1' at the end of the model number. Sometimes, but rarely they will use 2. I think they use it to refer to a specific run of the model.
Wasnt sure if I or 1, thanks. Just my quest for knoledge :)
 

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