Gibson Les Paul Standard 1999 Beautiful Honeyburst Yamano Order w/ OHSC & Docs
From back when Gibson were building superb Les Pauls, here is an absolutely gorgeous Gibson Les Paul Standard Honeyburst from 1999. This is a beautiful looking Honeyburst with a naturally aged darkened top. It has a top quality feel to it and a top that wouldn’t be out of place on a Custom Shop 1958 Reissue. It is a Yamano order which would have been hand selected by Yamano representatives to export to Japan when built. Read up on the Yamano Gibsons if you are unaware of them The binding and all the plastics on this beauty have gracefully aged to cream. The neck is a comfortable solid '59 profile. It was built in Gibson’s USA Nashville plant and finished on May 3rd 1999, which is before Gibson introduced chambering on their standards so yep, it’s non-chambered. 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. Great solid weight of 4.3kg. Nothing bad has ever happened to it with absolutely no breaks or repairs etc. Nice condition for 90’s Standard too. There are no big nasty dings or paint chips. t’s ageing very gracefully indeed. A few bumps and scuffs obviously but mainly confined to the back. Comes with original Yamano booklet, Japanese paperwork and Gibson 90's tan Gibson HSC, which is in working condition if a little roadworn. All latches working. A rare chance to get your hands on a top quality Les Paul Yamano Standard from the great Gibson 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.