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I had my 2005 Les Paul Standard into the Gibson shop in Nashville for some work and a pro setup.

While it was there already in the shop, I was offered the opportunity to have the shop draw up a new COA for me.

Since Guitar Center never gave me one when I bought it new, I jumped at the chance.

The Gibson R&R Shop crew do great work, are really friendly, and were really nice to work with!

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While the guitar was back in Gibson's possession, it was inspected for authenticity and a COA was written up after paying a service charge.

It came back with the guitar in a little black booklet with Gibson on the cover.

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I read elsewhere that they have to have the guitar in their possession to reissue a COA.  

Whoever posted it was really ticked about having to send a guitar in but oh well.

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I haven't heard of a LP Standard having a COA.  In the past they were usually reserved for custom shop guitars.  Makes sense that they would want to have the guitar in their hands before issuing one.

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