Interested In Selling '74/'75 Les Paul

Little Walter

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I have a 74/75 Les Paul that I'm interested in selling. To my knowledge, the tuners were replaced with Grover tuners. Also, the original pickups were swapped out. However, this mod had to have occurred roughly 30 years ago. I don't play guitar; I play bass and drums. I'm trying to find out a decent asking price (I'm not a dumb bass player :)) and see if anyone on the forum would be interested in this instrument. I can give you all the info that I know about the guitar.
 

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More details and better (more) pics would help
 

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The guitar belonged to my uncle's (via marriage) brother. I remember seeing the guitar case in the garage/basement as a young kid in the 80's. After not doing anything with it, he gave it to me 6 or 7 years ago. With the exception of taking it to a shop to have them check it out/adjust it, it's been in the case since I got it. My uncle doesn't play, and neither do I. I will attach more pictures. I can also take more photos if necessary.
 

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More pix , please. Back of the neck , back of the headstock etc....
You can never have too many pix. Thank You in advance.
 

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Looks like the knobs and the truss rod cover may not be original.
 

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Back of the headstock is the money maker / money taker....

Wait a minute... There there are no smart bass players. :hmm: Gotta keep an eye on you.
 

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After several hectic days, I'm back with more pics for anyone interested. I think $1,750ish is a reasonable price.
 

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That back of the headstock shot isn't going to do it. Have to see the volute area to see if there's a crack or break...
 

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Must be a nice guitar cause judging by the back someobody played the hell out of it back in the day!
 

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Are those USA Grovers? Get a side shot of the tuners - I suspect that they are. Nice touch IMO.

And I think your price is right.
 

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