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1958 Gibson Electric Guitar and Amplifier Catalogue Page 16

Gibson 1958 electric guitars and amplifiers catalogue, page 16. The Les Paul range continues with details of the Les Paul Standard (described as the Les Paul guitar) and Les Paul Special. The image of the Les Paul Standard is somewhat outdated, as by 1958 these were equipped with Gibson humbuckers, rather than the cream single-coil P90s shown here. The text, however, does confirm this change.

1958 prices for these guitars were: Les Paul Special $179.50; Les Paul $247.50 (USA zone 1 prices)

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1958 Gibson Electric Guitars and Amplifiers Catalogue page 16 - Les Paul Standard and Les Paul Special

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mikebrun Comment left 8th July 2011 16:04:58
I need a pickguard for a 1958 Les Paul special. I've got a reproduction but i want a (preferably new-old-stock) original. Please email if you can help

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