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Gibson Les Paul Classic 1998 Goldtop Bullion Gold w/ OHSC

Gibson Les Paul Classic 1998 Goldtop Bullion Gold w/ OHSC


Here is an absolutely beautiful vintage non-chambered Gibson Les Paul Classic Goldtop (Bullion Gold) from 1998. The 90’s classics are fantastic guitars and this is no exception. It’s true what they say about the 90’s classics, alongside how the play and sound, they are amazing looking guitars. It has absolutely no breaks or repairs. Being a Classic it has a 60’s neck and it weighs in at 4.4kg. Lots of life in the frets, the truss rod is fine and the neck is straight. Has its original pickups which sound great. No problems structurally or electricack ally. It’s a quarter of a century old now so expect some light playwear, but nothing harsh or ugly that stands out. There is a very small section of edge wear on the back edge. The Goldtop finish has darkened over the decades, as have white plastics, the binding has aged to a deep yellow and the metal hardware has taken on a tarnished grey patina. It’s got all the good ageing with none of the bad stuff and is well along the road to being a real vintage stunner. Any little white specs you can see are just case dust. It still has its original ‘1960’ engraved Classic cream pickguard and ‘Classic’ bell TRC. Why anyone would choose a sterile new Les Paul over a beautiful old worn in Classic like this I will never understand. Complete with original 1990’s Tan Gibson HSC with pink lining. All latches fine and combi-lock is working with no problems. A beautiful 60's Gibson Les Paul from the great Classic years.


At Gas Station Guitars we carefully hand-select all our guitars and refuse a lot more than we accept, if they don’t blow us away on all fronts, we just don’t put them in our shop; if it’s for sale by Gas Station Guitars, you know it’d gonna be pretty special.  All pictures are of actual guitars, all guitars are in hand and we do not use stock photos. NOT FOR TRADE or part exchange, thanks. We ship worldwide to the USA, E.U, Europe, Canada, Australia, Japan and of course the UK.

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