I recently bought a used early 2000s LP standard. Over the weekend I popped the pickups out to verify they were original (which they are) and saw the pickup cavity markings. The neck showed HC which is correct for Heritage Cherry. The bridge shows LP6+. Based on what I've read that would be a Les Paul with 60s neck and a plus top which I believe is a AAA top. The GC I bought the guitar from sold it as a regular standard with 60s neck. I had also dropped a note to Gibson with the serial number as well and they confirmed the number was used for a "Les Paul Standard model which had heritage cherry sunburst finish, nickel hardware, mahogany body with AA figured maple top and '60's slim profile mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard". Based on what Gibson had and what I've read on those markings I would have expected to just see "LP6" in the cavity. Anyone know if those markings are ever off or maybe I don't understand them. Looking at the guitar, I'd call it a AAA top but wondering if maybe they marked the body but after finishing it decided it wasn't plus worthy and sold as a regular standard.