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  1970 Gibson Les Paul catalogue cover
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1970 Gibson Les Paul catalogue - the Les Paul place

The Les Paul range of 1970 included old favourites like the Les Paul Custom, a new model to replace the Les Paul Standard, the Les Paul Deluxe and a number of low impedance instruments - the Les Paul Personal and Les Paul Professional guitars, Les Paul Bass and Les Paul Jumbo Flattop.

This was the first Gibson catalogue to show the Les Paul guitar range in colour, and the only catalogue to show the Les Paul Personal, Professional, Les Paul Bass and Jumbo Flattop.

Guitars:
Les Paul Custom
Les Paul Deluxe
Les Paul Personal
Les Paul Professional
Les Paul Jumbo Flattop

Bass:
Les Paul Bass

Amplifier:
LP12 low impedance amplifier
LP1 pre-amplifier
LP2 speaker cabinet


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1970 Gibson thinline catalogue1970 Gibson thinline catalogue  
The 1970 Gibson catalogue consisted of 12 separate brochures, each concentrating on a specific area. This was the first time the Gibson catalogue had been split into so many sections




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1970'S Gibson Chainsaw or Protector case Metal latches Great condition Les Paul

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Gibson Original Vintage 1970's Les Paul Hardshell Case Worldwide Shipping

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Gibson Les Paul Custom 1970

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1976 Electra X110 rock strad upgraded with 1970s Gibson "T" top pickups!Les paul

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1960's 1969 Gibson Les Paul Featherweight Tailpiece Gold 1968 1970 1971 1972

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1969 Gibson Les Paul Custom Truss Rod Cover 1968 1970 1971 1972 1973 0126TC2

Current price: $97.00
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1960'S 1970'S VINTAGE GIBSON LES PAUL ES335 ES175 SG GUITAR PICKUP T-TOP

Current price: $395.00
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Original Vintage 1970's Gibson Les Paul Back Plates Control Cavity Cover 0126BP2

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gibson les paul sg custom 1970s knobs

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Gibson Les Paul 1969,1970 M 8 Pick up ring/surround 1971,72 ,73 etc

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There are 1 comments on this article so far. Add your comment
NickyGG Comment left 18th July 2012 08:08:29
I spent years drooling over this catalog back in the day. It's long gone, but I did buy myself a used LP custom about 10 years later - that I still have. Who says that 70s Gibsons were no good. Mine is terrific, and i'll never sell it

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