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The color of my Gibbie - how it is called?


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I have a problem - I can't identify the color of my Gibson Les Paul Standard. When I bought this guitar, a clerk said that it was in Honey Sunburst. But comparing it to the pictures in the Gibson webpage I found out that its color doesn't look like Honeyburst, nor the other colors shown there. Can someone help me? Tell me how this color is called, please. 111.jpg

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Thank y'all! I'm sure it's not a heritage cherry sunburst, now I think it's a light burst. I have pre-pack checklist and the modal number is LP6+LBNHI (or NH1 in the end - someone who packed my guitar has an illegible handwriting). Does LB here mean Lightburst?

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Iced tea burst maybe? I think I saw this color in a catalogue once... but I'm not sure...

 

Sincerely

 

JohnM.

 

Definitely not Iced Tea Burst (see my pic below of my R8 Iced Tea Burst and you can see the difference)' date=' too much red in the coloring to be Iced Tea. I'll guess Light Burst too, bordering on HC.

 

 

'08 R8 ICED TEA BURST:

 

[img']http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d127/FenderDen/Gibson/1958%20LP/005-1.jpg[/img]

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Thank y'all! I'm sure it's not a heritage cherry sunburst' date=' now I think it's a light burst. I have pre-pack checklist and the modal number is LP6+LBNHI (or NH1 in the end - someone who packed my guitar has an illegible handwriting). Does LB here mean Lightburst?[/quote']

 

Yes, that is correct and "NH" equates to nickel hardware.

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