This is a vintage Gibson Les Paul Signature semi-hollow in the Goldtop finish, made for a few short years in the early 1970s. The guitar is truly one of the quirkiest designs Les Paul and Gibson ever collaborated on with its offset body design, low-impedance humbuckers with a resistance selection knob and two output jacks. Marketed as 'one for you and one for the engineer' - one is a normal high impedance output to go to amplifiers and the other a low impedance to go straight direct into a recording console.
The guitar is in very good to excellent condition, leaning more towards excellent with just lacquer checking around the body. There's barely any dents or dings and the original frets are in great shape with little wear. The original hardshell case is included.
Includes: Original Hardshell Case
- Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar
- Goldtop Finish
- Maple Body
- "C" Shape Maple Neck
- Rosewood Fingerboard
- Trapezoid Inlays
- 24 3/4" Scale Length
- 12" Radius
- 22 Frets
- Low Impedance Pickups
- Volume Controls and Tone Controls
- Dual Output Jacks
- Nickel Hardware
- 8 lbs, 2 oz.
- .810" Neck Profile at 1st Fret
- .990" Neck Profile at 12th Fret
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