FS: 1958 vintage Les Paul Special - TV Yellow (Refin)

bossaddict

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Another option...

$3620 PPG plus actual shipping (or $3780 PP/shipped if you prefer), but with a CreamTone aged nickel wraparound bridge, Gibson Historic harness (still including the vintage Bumblebees), and black Gibson top hat knobs. I would keep the MojoAxe wraparound bridge, MSSC harness, and Montreux knobs.

I'll give this another week or so and then make these swaps anyway and relist it on eBay/Reverb. Thanks for all the interest so far.
 

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Uggghhhh... this is killing me. If I hadn't just booked a vacation with my girlfriend I would JUMP on this. I can't believe this is still here.
 

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I have a "no stories", straight up original double cut 1959 Jr. You probably do not want to trade but I will follow up again tomorrow. If still here I may just pursue the purchase and then move the Jr. I paid $5K for the Jr. with original case.

Check in tomorrow.
 

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Boss...I sent you a private message this morning with an email address for contact. Let's talk and make a deal.
 

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Congrats!

So, obviously having these guitars is fine as the Brazilian Rosewood was made before the ban, but what kind of issues could you get at customs?
 

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Congrats!

So, obviously having these guitars is fine as the Brazilian Rosewood was made before the ban, but what kind of issues could you get at customs?

I'm in Birmingham, Alabama - not Birmingham, UK. :)

If we weren't both in the U.S., it would be an issue with lots of CITIES red tape. That's why I wasn't shipping internationally on this one.
 

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Yep...shipping anything with a Brazilian board across country boarders can potentially turn in a nightmare. A buddies historic (with non-Braz board) was held in Canadian customs for nearly two weeks, if I remember correctly.
 

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