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Gibson advertisement (1953)

They're Tops... Les Paul, Mary Ford and their Gibsons

Gibson Les Paul Standard

Gibson advertisement (1953) They

Very early advert for the Les Paul Guitar. This was only a year after the models introduction, and at this point, the instrument was simply called the Les Paul model

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