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Specs of an '02 Custom Art Historic LPS DC?


Randwulf83

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Hi, all:

So I picked up a 2002 Custom Art Historic Les Paul Special double cutaway, TV Yellow - serial number suggests it's a 1960 reissue (definitely has the slim taper neck associated with 60s LPs). More incredible is that it's a lefty - have had the hardest time finding a DC LP that's not a righty, and I've long dreamed of finding one. Thing plays like a dream and sounds wonderful, so I snagged it fast.

However, I have no idea what the guitar's specs are (besides the mahogany body/neck), especially the type of P90s being used. Does anyone know the specs of this model - or where I can find them?

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Since it is a Custom Shop guitar I would follow these guidelines from Gibson to see what they can tell you about it.

 

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