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1969 Gibson Goldtop mojo here

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-11-08)
Price : US $850.00



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Ok i'm going to try and describe this one the best i can.I'm not a gibson les paul guru here bare with me.please feel free to ask me any questions.first off this has had a headstock repair.the set back angle was lost in the process of repair,it is a solid repair.this is the way i bought it.my plan was to remove the fret board and neck and replace the neck then reinstalling the original fret board.i'm  not sure this is the best route for me  i'm not sure how this would effect this guitar.i decided against this and instead  put on a string retainer bar to apply pressure to the strings  to make it playable.it does play fine.it has the  original  tail stop,studs,ajustable bridge with nylon saddles.pancake body.original finish.the back of the neck has been painted black to cover up the repair.upgraded tuners.it has been pro upgraded to humbuckers.they did a nice job here.the volume pots have been replaced but the tones are original.the pick ups are dimarzio in the neck,which one?the bridge is simply labeled 'The Mag'.the back has had some finish sprayed in one spot  where there was a buckle rash.there is finish checking and wear all over.also no dot above the i in the head  stock.i have a digi scale the only weighs by the pound and it says 9lbs.will come in a gig bag.$45 shipping to the lower 48 states only.please ask any questions.thanks for looking and check my other listings.There is some extra build up of glue or epoxy or what ever behind the nut to strengthen the repair.it's not much but it's there.



Sold ! This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-11-08)



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