Gibson 2001 Figured Wine Red Les Paul Standard Non Chambered with OHSC
From Gibson’s great Standard years comes this cool old non-chambered 2001 Wine Red Gibson Les Paul Standard. This is a cool looking old Standard, with plenty of mojo going on. It has a beautiful translucent figured Wine Red top. This was built in Gibson’s Nashville plant and finished on January 26th, 2001, which is before Gibson introduced chambering on their standards (mid 2006) so yes, it’s non-chambered! It has a good solid ’59 profile neck, grovers and the 490R/498T humbuckers sound awesome on this one. There is still plenty of life in the frets (never had a refret so still has its fret end binding), the truss rod is fine and the neck is straight. No problems either structurally or electrically. Weight is 4.3kg. It has already started along the road of being a real vintage looker. The binding has aged to yellow which always looks good against the Wine Red top and the nitro-cellulose finish has taken on that dull glazed look you only get with age, especially on the neck. It's a wonderful old Standard from the great Gibson years, so don’t expect a mint sterile guitar. There are a few scrapes & bumps with some bucklerash and rubbing marks on the back, but no big ugly paint chips etc. Nothing bad has ever happened to it with absolutely no breaks, mods or repairs etc. Comes with its original tan Gibson HSC with pink silk shroud, which is in good condition with no issues. A rare chance to get your hands on a top quality 20+ year old Les Paul Standard with a really nice figured Wine Red top, much better than your average Standard.
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