How much does your Norlin weigh?

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LOL I never thought of weighing a guitar years ago. I just started a thread seeking my first LP and this would be a good reason to find it again!
 

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'77 LP Deluxe 11 lb 8 oz

Other guitars seem way too light when I pick them up.
 

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Most 70-74 i had were in 9.5 - 10.5 lbs range. The heaviest ones i played or had were from late 70s or especially early 80s.
 

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1981 Custom.

9.1 lbs and 13 ounces / 4,5 kilo. But it feels heavier... must be the 11 gauge strings I use.

Sorry for the bad joke - I need to go make a cup of coffee.
Dark and heavy, like a Norlin-era Les Paul Custom

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Mine weighs 9,7 lb / 4.4 kg. Not that heavy for an early 70's Norlin Deluxe IMHO.
 

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My '79 Custom is a beast. Just a click over 11 pounds.
 

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Had a 79 custom. Never weighted it but it was heavier than my other custom so it must have been 10 lbs or more.
 

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My 1980 Deluxe weighs in at 10lbs even.
It is the heaviest guitar I own.
Its also my favourite.
 

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1981 Custom.

9.1 lbs and 13 ounces / 4,5 kilo. But it feels heavier... must be the 11 gauge strings I use.

Sorry for the bad joke - I need to go make a cup of coffee.
Dark and heavy, like a Norlin-era Les Paul Custom

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I once had a 1981 LPC and it was over 10 lbs. Heaviest guitar I ever owned.
 


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