Can anyone help ID my guitar? I've asked the Service guys at Gibson, but they couldn't ID the model. I bought it second-hand in 1983 in the UK when I was 16. It is a Les Paul single cut shape, mahogany body & neck, sprayed black, but no maple cap, no binding, no scratchplate. 2 covered humbuckers with black plastic surrounds, 4 'speed' knobs (2 vol/2 tone), white capped 3-way toggle for pick-up selection located behind bridge and a black capped 2-way toggle for active circuit towards rear near strap button. Jack input on face of body near volume knob. Rosewood fretboard has pearl dot inlays. Bevelled black on white truss rod cover is blank. Gold Gibson logo, but no model name on headstock. Rear of headstock in centre is stamped Made in USA. There are 2 serial numbers. The 1st 80280248 has a 2nd superimposed over it 80980088, so I deduce it was made in 1980 at the Kalamazoo factory. Tuners have Gibson logo on backs. Bolt-on neck has metal neckplate. 2 covers on rear of body, smaller one is to access 9v battery to power active circuit. Guitar came in a rectangle dark brown 'leather' covered hard case, lined with red fluffy material, with Gibson USA in gold lettering on front. Years ago some guitar shop employee said he thought it could be a Sonex, someone else said The Paul. I tried adding photo but file size too big - sorry. Be glad if someone can positively ID the model.