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Rose Gold Gibson Les Paul Traditional Limited Edition

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Add a guitar with a touch of serious luxury to your collection with this limited-edition Les Paul Traditional in a warm Rose Gold finish. The look is beautiful combining the rose-gold finished maple top with offsetting chrome hardware with gold accents for a unique look. Tonally, of course, it's pure, traditional Les Paul with BurstBuckers, classic hardware and the classic combination of mahogany and maple for those iconic sounds. Available only for a limited-time, you won't want to wait. Includes hardshell case.

 

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Nitro-finished mahogany body with maple top

24.75"-scale mahogany neck with 22-fret, 12"-radius rosewood fingerboard

Gibson Burstbucker pickups, 3-way switch

ABR-1 tune-o-matic bridge, stopbar tailpiece, vintage-style "Keystone" tuners

 

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I like the color. What the price tag on her though? She looks expensive...

Seems to be at Guitar Centre but I cant see it as I live in the wrong country..

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Play that in a bar and get beat up in the parking lot between sets.

 

 

$2700 -- not too much for someone making last minute Christmas purchases

 

Link To Rose Gold Les Paul

 

 

If you're in the market for a pink Les Paul, this is it!

 

 

For $2700 I’m not in the market... but if some redneck turdbaskets want to end up missing a few more teefs, we have other options.

 

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I think the color is sharp as all get out. It reminds me of the late 80's gibson les paul custom lites and also there was an sg custom lite in a similar color. Gorgeous!!

 

Add a guitar with a touch of serious luxury to your collection with this limited-edition Les Paul Traditional in a warm Rose Gold finish. The look is beautiful combining the rose-gold finished maple top with offsetting chrome hardware with gold accents for a unique look. Tonally, of course, it's pure, traditional Les Paul with BurstBuckers, classic hardware and the classic combination of mahogany and maple for those iconic sounds. Available only for a limited-time, you won't want to wait. Includes hardshell case.

 

Features

Nitro-finished mahogany body with maple top

24.75"-scale mahogany neck with 22-fret, 12"-radius rosewood fingerboard

Gibson Burstbucker pickups, 3-way switch

ABR-1 tune-o-matic bridge, stopbar tailpiece, vintage-style "Keystone" tuners

 

gc-md-sl-gibson-rose-gold-12-24-18.jpg

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Must not bee too bad. I do not remember ever seeing any footage of Hendrix burning up or smashing any of his prized Hello Kitty strats. msp_biggrin.gif

 

 

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For $2700 I'm not in the market... but if some redneck turdbaskets want to end up missing a few more teefs, we have other options.

 

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Does anybody know, how many Rose Gold Les Paul versions were made? And, was it only in 2019?

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Gibson does not release that info unless it is a specific limited number stated, and it will be stated on the headstock usually and on the guitars info page.

234/500 for example.

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16 hours ago, Sgt. Pepper said:

Gibson does not release that info unless it is a specific limited number stated, and it will be stated on the headstock usually and on the guitars info page.

234/500 for example.

Correct.  But sometimes they do state a specific number made (or to be made) but they are not numbered.

And then there are also the hide and seek numbers that are out there.  When there are some special runs, there is the  "press" sent to dealers, which the dealers simply repeat on their webpage.  Sometimes say, for example, "only 60 made for worldwide distribution".  That come to the dealers directly from Gibson.  But now if you contact Gibson about those same numbers, Gibson says they don't have any numbers.

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21 minutes ago, Wmachine said:

Correct.  But sometimes they do state a specific number made (or to be made) but they are not numbered.

And then there are also the hide and seek numbers that are out there.  When there are some special runs, there is the  "press" sent to dealers, which the dealers simply repeat on their webpage.  Sometimes say, for example, "only 60 made for worldwide distribution".  That come to the dealers directly from Gibson.  But now if you contact Gibson about those same numbers, Gibson says they don't have any numbers.

It's a game. Oh no we can't let the public know we built 3421 SG Standards last year. The world will stop turning. 

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