Gibson 1954 Les Paul GoldTop HistoricCollectibleOriginal BEAUTIFUL CONDITION

Gibson 1954 Les Paul GoldTop HistoricCollectibleOriginal BEAUTIFUL CONDITION
Gibson 1954 Les Paul GoldTop HistoricCollectibleOriginal BEAUTIFUL CONDITION
Gibson 1954 Les Paul GoldTop HistoricCollectibleOriginal BEAUTIFUL CONDITION
Gibson 1954 Les Paul GoldTop HistoricCollectibleOriginal BEAUTIFUL CONDITION
Gibson 1954 Les Paul GoldTop HistoricCollectibleOriginal BEAUTIFUL CONDITION
Gibson 1954 Les Paul GoldTop HistoricCollectibleOriginal BEAUTIFUL CONDITION
Gibson 1954 Les Paul GoldTop HistoricCollectibleOriginal BEAUTIFUL CONDITION
Gibson 1954 Les Paul GoldTop HistoricCollectibleOriginal BEAUTIFUL CONDITION
Gibson 1954 Les Paul GoldTop HistoricCollectibleOriginal BEAUTIFUL CONDITION
Gibson 1954 Les Paul GoldTop HistoricCollectibleOriginal BEAUTIFUL CONDITION
Gibson 1954 Les Paul GoldTop HistoricCollectibleOriginal BEAUTIFUL CONDITION

Gibson 1954 Les Paul GoldTop HistoricCollectibleOriginal BEAUTIFUL CONDITION

This is a Beautiful 62 years old, gracefully aged. 1954 Gibson Les Paul Guitar! The Gibson Les Paul Standard stands as one of the most widely played and universally recognizable guitars ever. First marketed as the Les Paul model in 1952, the Les Paul evolved throughout the'50s until the design was replaced by the SG in late 1960. Up until 1958, the Les Paul sported a gold finish, and guitars from this era are collectively referred to as Goldtops.

Goldtop Les Pauls are extremely prized by collectors, and each year showcases the major innovations made by Gibson throughout the decade. 1955 - 1960 (switched to SG body), 1969 - present. First full year with stud tailpiece/bridge combination. Depth of neck set also increases slightly in 1954. Mahogany body, Maple top, Mahogany neck, Rosewood fingerboard.

All standard Les Pauls from before 1958 have a gold finish. Jimmy Page, Slash, Neil Young, Alex Lifeson, Pete Townshend. 1954 Gibson Les Paul Junior guitar introduction specs. For the LP TV model, it had a Maple single cutaway slab body, 3/4 scale, mahogany neck meets body at 14th fret.

Tuners are "no line" Kluson "3 on a plate" style tuners with plain brass posts (the posts are not nickel plated like the rest of the tuner parts). Though not used on the earliest instruments produced (those done in 1952), a few of these instruments have three digits stamped on the headstock top.

Sometime in 1953, instruments were ink stamped on the headstock back with 5- or 6-digit numbers, the first digit indicating the year, and the following digits indicating production numbers (Y NNNN or Y NNNNN). Later models typically feature six-digit numbers. So use these great options. You can pick the item in Tacoma, WA for safety of the item. Please contact me and I will coordinate with the right people for proper transfer.

If you want to see more pictures of. The item please contact me and I will send them upon request.

At your request and expense t. He guitar will be inspected, packaged and delivered by a third party company for validation and security purposes, or you can just pick it up as described. We want serious buyers and the sale is final as agreed.

If you have questions, please don't hesitate to contact me. The item "Gibson 1954 Les Paul GoldTop HistoricCollectibleOriginal BEAUTIFUL CONDITION" is in sale since Saturday, February 04, 2017.

This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars". The seller is "tasiar11" and is located in Tacoma, Washington. This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.


Gibson 1954 Les Paul GoldTop HistoricCollectibleOriginal BEAUTIFUL CONDITION


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