Gibson 1957 Les Paul Jr. Single Cut VOS

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Gibson 1957 Les Paul Jr. Single Cut VOS
Gibson Custom Shop
2006 serial number
TV Yellow
All Original
Round 50’s neck
Long neck tenon- added sustain
Like buying a new guitar- Virtually no playing time with no issues
No scratches, dings, or dents
Kept mostly in case
Weighs 8 lbs. 6 oz.
Certificate of Authenticity, hand tags, and paperwork
Toneful , beefy P-90 equipped Junior that is very light and comfortable to play. Sounds just as good if not better than an original 50’s Junior. I simply can’t afford to keep it right now, but the new owner will be extremely satisfied.
MSRP $ 3,527
$1500 plus actual shipping and insurance from CA
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wow! VERY nice!!! id love to have it lol! that will make someone a really nice guitar =)
 

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Great price!!!
 

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I may be interested if you still have it when I get paid.
 

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Sure, jomo. Just send me an email. I've got a couple emails so far, but it is still available.
 

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:( i want one so bad. i need the dust to settle from some recent purchases before i can jump back in the game.

man, this one is beautiful
 

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Im no expert, shit I dont really know anything on the subject...but that board looks Brazillian :| Ive heard of Gibson sneaking them on to guitars by accident/not with a COA.
 

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man id like to own this guitar lol... if money was right id be all over it. one day ill own a historic, and more than likely it will be one of these.
 

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I've also heard that some of the Nazi gold may have been melted down and used for frets on Historic Gibsons, too. :hmm:


Sarcastic bump. That is a gorgeous guitar! Whoever buys it is a lucky, lucky person!
 

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