"Klaus" Replica

lescharger

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Haha! Brazen, too funny! The net is an interesting place for sure -- we believe what we want to believe, I suppose. Thanks for posting man!
 

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Don't get mad at me for bringing up an old thread but I saw this Klaus Repilica at Play it again Music

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how much where they asking?
 

truetone6

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how much where they asking?

$4500

"Year: Unknown
Manufacturer: Gibson
Model: Les Paul Aged Replica - Klaus Built - Will Kill Your VOS!
Case: Hard
Color: Sunburst
Condition: Very Good

Description: Here we have a Klaus build Les Paul 59 Replica. This guitar is made from old growth woods and has a Brazilian rosewood fretboard. The inlays are correct looking Dave Johnson ones and has Area 59 Pickup's installed. Area 59 pickups are the closest thing to the real deal as you'll find. This guitar sounds amazing, as close to my real 59 Les Paul as anything I've compared it to. Includes a nice hardcase"

They have some real 59s too(but they are not for sale)

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Hey there, new reader doing some googling, this here thread is the only info I can find on these on the net. Saw one for sale recently, does anyone know more about them, how legit is the quality /parts?
 

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They are great guitars. I wish I wouldn't have passed on one.
 

lescharger

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Howdy! It's been too long - many life changes - house, wife, kid, etc.
Occasionally you'll run across a Klaus as did Truetone above, but I still own the Klaus simply because after a few sales fell through I just decided to keep it. I still find this to be a stunning instrument, and while I mainly play bolt-on guitars, the Klaus is incredibly useful in the studio. I still don't know much about the origin of these guitars, but if anyone wants to chat about these guitars or make an offer on this one, I'd gladly PM.
Figured I would post some outside shots I never have posted before. Enjoy!

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