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  1. I'm trying to identify this guitar. I believe it is a late 50's LP jr, dbl cut, special (because it has two pickups). Some mods including a refinish job as the serial number is missing off the back of the head.
  2. Howdy, new here and hoping to get details on a recent purchase. I can’t seem to find any documentation or even a photo of this model. The serial says it’s a April 2007 Les Paul, and it appears to be a Les Paul Standard Double Cut Semi-Hollow body? The single f-hole and also the position of the pickup selector switch doesn’t jive with other similar models that I’ve seen. Thanks to those who may know and can enlighten me!
  3. Hi All, I really love my Gibsons, I have 6, and just love them, but I just got my first Custom shop and it is wonderful. It is a 2019 Les Paul Special Double Cut Figured Maple Top. It plays so nice, sounds so grungy and it looks so perfect. I've attached a couple photos, and if anyone else has one and could share their experiences I'd appreciate it. Thanks! Dave.
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