1968 Les Paul Custom Flame top is a tribute to the late 1960s and Les Paul Custom from that period. In the late 1960s dual humbuckers were a standard feature on the LP models, so were tune-o-matic and stoptail bridge pieces and maple tops. This model features them all, and some more. Body is made of mahogany back and flamed maple top. Top panel is carved, bound in creme and finished in high gloss. Bridge section is equipped with the standard tune-o-matic/stoptail bar combo and in it`s front Gibson installs '57 Classic humbuckers with standard set of pots and switches. Neck is made of a single piece of mahogany, it`s set in and equipped with '60s contour. On top of the neck, a 22-fret fingerboard made of ebony is installed.
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Gibson Custom 1968 Les Paul Custom Flame Top 4.28 out of 5 based on 44 ratings
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