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2005 Love Rock LS75GT

Has some cosmetic issues and non-original/missing parts, plus the pickup selector switch may need some adjusting but still works

10.2 lbs/4.63 kg

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$1050 + shipping OBO, more pics available upon request

Listing here before Reverb because I really don't want to deal with fees or "it's not a Gibson" lowballers if I don't have to

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Selling my 1994 Orville Les Paul Standard LPS-75. Weighs 9.6 lbs, beautiful plain top, neck gets to about 1.0 thickness at the 12th fret, starts around .84 at the 1st fret. Has definitely been played but no repairs or anything like that, it's still rock solid. Will sell it on here for 1k flat with shipping included. Here's the Reverb listing for it, and you can check my feedback there I sell plenty of guitars and have never had any issues.

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There are some seriously nice guitars listed here right now. Allow me to remind you of 2, both still available.

$1,750 for the Seventy Seven Albatross
$650 for the Edwards Micawber

MIJ Seventy Seven Albatross Single Cut - $2,000 shipped/paypal'd OBO How about $1,750

Seventy Seven is the brand name Deviser uses for their semi-hollow and hollow body guitars. Like other Deviser guitars, the models that are made in Japan are of the highest quality.

Over the past few years, Deviser has begun offering a Japan Tune Up series of Seventy Seven branded guitars that are made outside Japan, probably the Philippines or China. While I'm sure these are fine guitars, I prefer the Japanese made models.

This particular Seventy Seven Albatross is a little different than others you may see. They typical Albatross is a double cut, while this one is single. Other than that, it will be similarly appointed with a flat spruce top, semi-hollow construction, mahogany body and neck, ebony fretboard and low output Seventy Seven AL255 pickups, which I believe are Alnico 2.

Beyond the basic specs, I love the look of it with tortoise shell binding combined with herringbone on the body top, nice darkburst top lacquer finish and dark bronze/brass hardware.

There is a small finish issue near the top F hole. It's hard to see unless you get close, but I did try to capture it in a picture.

I would describe the condition as very good, only minimal light playwear and the frets show no visible wear. It plays very easily with fairly low action.

Weight is 6.7 pounds
Neck measurements are:

Width - 1.73" at the nut, 2.08" at the 12th fret
Depth - 0.90" at the 1st fret, 0.97" at the 12th fret

Includes the original hard shell case.

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This was sold, but the buyer backed out.

$650 shipped. This is a ton of guitar for the price, IMO.

Back in the mid 2000's Edwards released a series of artist tribute guitars. To my knowledge, these were never official artist models, but it's typically pretty easy to tell which famous artist and guitar is being replicated.

This is a Keith Richards Micawber model, based on a 50's tele with a humbucker in the neck position.

I believe the body is ash and the neck is maple with a maple fretboard. I find the relicing to be tasteful without being over the top.

As are included with most Edwards guitars, the pickups are both Duncans and sound great together.

This particular guitar has had a few mods from the original, all done by previous owners:
  • Additional wear has been done on the spot on the upper bout near where the body meets the neck. You can see where more of the finish has been taken off.
  • The original serial number has been removed from the back of the headstock. You can look closely and see the light sanding marks.
  • An F decal has been applied to the front of the headstock.
  • While this guitar originally came with the locking tuners installed, it appears as if a different set of tuners may have been installed at some point as there is a small drill hole under the low E tuner.
  • A Fender brand ashtray bridge is installed.
Weight and neck specs are:

Weight - 8.0 pounds
Neck width - 1.67" at the nut, 2.06" at the 12th fret
Neck Depth - 0.85" at the 1st fret, 0.91" at the 12th fret

Other than that, the guitar is in very good shape and plays well.

The original ESP branded gig bag is included.

More pics here - Edwards Tele

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Put my recently acquired Gibson LP Traditional for trade, I just cannot bond with the 60s neck profile. Beautiful guitar, matches my 59RI well. Some upgrades by the previous owner in the post. Was made for the Japanese market. Going to throw it here as well in case someone may have something they would want to trade for it. Value around $2400

 

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If anyone in or near London is looking for a lefty mij, single cut , then I am offering my
2004 Bacchus Duke Standard Goldtop left hand in near mint condition
original pups, dark back Hard case , and a lefty pick guard included
home use only
very early example ( age confirmed in an email reply from Sho Hara at Deviser)
£1,250

offered For collection only, Putney SW London
I’m including a link to my gumtree ad where I was able to post more photos (I hope that’s allowed..)

 

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Listing this 1989 Edwards Les Paul, plaintop, ELP-80s, fret binding, and so on. Get while it's hot:

 
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Listing this 1989 Edwards Les Paul, plaintop, ELP-80s, fret binding, and so on. Get while it's hot:


At that asking price I doubt you will own it much longer. Those are great guitars.
 

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They are great guitars. I love mine. Someone needs to jump fast!
 

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Listing this 1989 Edwards Les Paul, plaintop, ELP-80s, fret binding, and so on. Get while it's hot:

Sent you a message on Reverb...
 

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Listing this 1989 Edwards Les Paul, plaintop, ELP-80s, fret binding, and so on. Get while it's hot:

PM’d
 

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Here's another one.
ESP Zep II standard

$900 plus shipping CONUS Paypal gift for MLP members.


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Great and rare for sure.

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So the color of this one is LMD and I'm assuming the cherry sunburst color is GBS. I couldn't find the definitions of the color codes in the '89 ESP catalog but does BS stand for Brown Sunburst or are they all either lemon drop or cherry sunburst?
 

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So the color of this one is LMD and I'm assuming the cherry sunburst color is GBS. I couldn't find the definitions of the color codes in the '89 ESP catalog but does BS stand for Brown Sunburst or are they all either lemon drop or cherry sunburst?

Mine might be considered lemon but it's bright orange.
 

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Thinking about letting go of my Combat 54 Les Paul Standard reissue. Combat is a small Japanese custom builder. A couple of threads here about them. This one is a custom build imported from Japan by me. Extra nice, historic reissue quality. Mahogany neck and body, super flamey maple top. Long tenon, historically correct routes. The neck is a 59 profile, not baseball bat. The pickups are Seymour Duncans. Gotoh hardware. Sounds, plays fantastic. Great condition. Gig bag.
I’m thinking 2K, but happy to accept more. Thoughts welcome.
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ESP Zep II custom

Made by ESP in 1989. $850 + shipping CONUS for MyLesPeople.

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