This guitar sounds and feels AMAZING!
Non laminated Gibson 1976 Bicentennial Firebird I with Professional Modifications. The inlays were changed from dots to block, the nut has been changed to brass electronics, have all been replaced. It started out as a Firebird I and was converted to a Firebird V by having another pickup added.Mahogany body with a 2 piece Mahogany neck with 1 11/16" wide nut and rosewood fretboard with mother of pearl block inlays. Two humbuckers (both rate at 6.5kOhms), independent volume and tone controls, and three-way pickup selector switch. 7lbs 6oz includes original hardshell case.
Warning this has a nice Chunky neck just like a good Vintage Gibson should. If you are after a slim 60's neck avoid this instrument.
An early example of the 60's Les Paul Classic with light weight aluminum Abr Bridge and stop tail piece. Other appointments include single ring Kluson tuners; Light burst lacquer finish, one piece mahogany neck, and back, ceramic pickups. The frets are excellent as it has been used as a back up and kept in a smoke free environment. The neck profile is that of a true 60's Les Paul, not the slim thin 60's neck. Includes Gibson hard shell case.
One of the best values in a mid priced instrument. Made for solid Korina. The Cousin made by Gibson from solid Korina is $6995.00 Light weight, big neck, gold hardward, grover tuners, alnico pickups with classic blues power.
If names like David Thomas McNaught, Terry McIntruff, and Warrior excite you then this will too. Hamer doesn't have a Custom Shop because they are a Custom Shop. If you are not aware of what they build please visit their site here http://www.hamerguitars.com/
2003 Hamer Monoco Elite, this is the 52741 instrument Hamer produced since their start.
No two are identical since all necks and tops are carved by hand. The instrument has no issues with just average use. There is life far beyond a Les Paul.
Full size 59 neck finished in 59 burst.
Professionally upgraded to a Tony Iommi pickup in the front position with Seymour Duncan TB 5 in the rear. Perfectly matched and balanced. Video
These are getting harder to find each day. 2007 Gibson Les Paul Standard Faded Flame Top. Just 7.25 lbs.
This guitar looks so good I want to eat it. I call it "The Sherbet Burst"
Scorching Gary Moore tone comes from two Zebra Burstbucker Pro Pickups. The neck feels very much like my 55 Les Pauls. The frets are excellent and the neck straight and true. Comes with Black Reptile Case.
If you have ever played a true 1957 Les Paul then you will be right at home with this one. A RARE R7 constructed from a deep dish 1 piece top, weighing in at 8lbs 1oz, It is not chambered.
Verification from Gibson Customer Service "Thanks for sending the pictures. The instrument does appear consistent with a 2006 VOS R-7 with ebony finish and the COA is correct for that period of time. This particular instrument is listed as having a “one piece mahogany top. Thanks."
Includes all case candy & COA.
Produced in a limited quantity of 200 in 1991. Features an ebony fretboard, ABR bridge and stop tail piece, gold hareware and ebony finish.
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1991 Gibson Celebrity Firebird with case. 200 produced! I purchased this instrument from its owner and have been playing it for several years. The Good these are not you’re run of the mill birds. They have Ebony fret boards which if you are unaware Gibson can no longer obtain. ABR Bridge and Tail Piece which transfer string vibration as opposed to the Nashville Tone Killer Bridge. The Rear pickup is more balanced and sounds a bit hotter than on the standard Firebirds. This might be due to the ABR. Neck is fast and slim frets are excellent. Electronics are original The Bad There is a stress crack in the finish of the neck joint (not a crack in the neck). It was there when purchased and has not moved or does it move. The headstock is stable and stays in tune without issues. The Ugly You can see how thick the finish is by the chip in the finish of the neck from me resting it up against my amp.
A great example of an early 59 Pre Historic Burst. Built within the first 10 made. Ships in its original Brown/Pink Case. No issues or repairs in Excellent Condition.
By far the most responsive Les Paul I have ever held in my hands. Listen to how this instrument sings through a $249.00 Vox VT 30 here. Yes she is chambered, which means your left arm will not go numb
The last year Martin made this model in the USA. Well maintained with tons of saddle height, and super low action. I doubt you will find another 12 string this effortless to play. Loud Martin Voice