This 1976 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe electric guitar is in amazing condition considering its age.
This guitar has received some light buffing to remove light scratches on the body. The frets, bridge and tailpiece were lightly polished to bring back their original shine.
Frets show very minimal wear and have plenty of life ahead of them. However, there is some wear on the body, neck and headstock. The body has some buckle rash along the back as well as a couple dings and a decent number of scratches, including on one of the back plates. There is a small 1/2-centimeter chip in the finish along the bottom of the body and the input jack plate has two corners that have broken off. The strap buttons show some wear/tarnish. There are a few small marks/blemishes on the headstock and a couple small dings along the neck.
We have attempted to photograph as much as possible but please be aware that it is not possible to photograph every single scratch and blemish. However, what we have in the pictures are what we believe are the biggest blemishes, scratches, etc that will impact the decision on whether or not to purchase this guitar. It is 40+ years old and has been played during its lifetime so please keep that in mind.
The electronics and the guitar have been completely checked out and gone through. There are no known issues regarding the electronics and playability. The guitar has been professionally setup and will receive any minor adjustments necessary prior to shipping out to you.
Included is a brand new Gator Journeyman hard case.
The guitar weighs 10lbs 6oz and features:
- Two mini-humbuckers
- Three-way pickup selector
- Four control knobs - two volumes, two tones
- Tune-o-matic bridge
- Three-piece maple neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Trapezoidal inlays on neck
- Maple/Mahogany body
- Finish: Wine Red