h1>Below is 5 video's from I just went to NY last week for family visit. I shipped this 1970 LP to my Dads. So I have a guitar to play with some old friends I grew up with. Why I ship this LP out of many I own and have here in my shop? Because it freaking rocks! It's back here now.. You want the Real Deal 45 Year Old Bell Tone? Get out of the green wood new... don't have it and Rock for Real!
I want to add that I installed a set of NOS 1980's Historic Gibson C-Shop knobs on this LP. The ones on it were not orig and these look better::::
I owned this about 2 years, as one of my own. Or lets just say I kept it to enjoy and play it. This was a 1 owner 1970 Vintage Les Paul. It was played in high school in a band and in college, and again as adult days. Back when bar bands made some money and people went out to see bands. Them days are just about gone
It's a True Work horse. Plays and sounds like the Great Music I and You grew up on. It's a Machine///// VIBE City!
I just had a $450 re fret. Vintage size frets but taller.. Sorry I got no use for jumbo's
Also new bone nut made. It's done right.
All orig but tall piece and knobs. The tail piece is from a 1992 USA Gibson Les Paul Studio.
This is like a old friend when you strap it on. No reason really selling it.. Maybe me owning over 50 vintage guitar's as my personal ones, plus ALL in this shop is mine.. Pry my hands from it... If you choose to go back to Real; Bell Tone... Or get off the new green woods that looks old, but don't inspire you to play more.. Folks Vintage is where it's at!