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Gibson The "Paul"

Solidbody electric guitar

Vintage advertisements for the Gibson The Paul

Electric Guitar advertisements originally published from 1979 onwards. Click on the images for larger copies.
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Gibson The Paul - Gibson Guitars. To the Tune of $399 and Up

Gibson The Paul - Gibson Guitars. To the Tune of $399 and Up (1979)
Gibson electric guitars begin with the Marauder at $399. And it begins where most of its competitors leave off—with high power electronics, a full range pan pickup potentiometer and the same craf...

Gibson The Paul - And Now For My Next Number.....

Gibson The Paul - And Now For My Next Number..... (1979)
Advert announcing the newly launched the "Paul" solid body electric. This advert from early 1979 shows Mr. Les Paul himself promoting the instrument.

This was, of course before the model was...

Gibson The Paul - The Firebrands. Hot New Brands at a Price that Doesn

Gibson The Paul - The Firebrands. Hot New Brands at a Price that Doesn't Burn. (1980)
Advert for two new versions of two established Gibson models: "The SG" Deluxe and "The Paul" Deluxe. In 1980 Gibson decided on a new branding concept for its instruments; there would be three serie...

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Timothy Smith Comment left 12th March 2013 07:07:26
I have a "The Paul" sn#73488606. Can you please answer tow questions for me? How can I tell if it is a Custom or Standard? Is It considered a "Les Paul"? Thank you. Tim

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