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This Article is designed to assist in dating and/or identifying instruments manufactured or distributed by Gibson Guitar Corp.Please note that most of this information relates to serial numbers used from 1975 to present.By 1958, Gibson had replaced the Kluson tuners with Grover Rotomatics.It is this configuration that remained until the guitar was discontinued in 1960, replaced by the new double cutaway body Les Paul model.The "Split Diamond" inlay on the headstock was taken from the carved archtop Super 400, The frets are low and flat, as opposed to the usual medium jumbo frets found on other Les Paul customs, and the guitar soon was given the nickname "The Fretless Wonder".The 1954 Les Paul Custom also saw the introduction of Gibson's new bridge, the ABR-1.Host: Mike Slub (your humble servant Mike Slubowski) Topic Area for the Historic line of Gibson Les Paul Reissues.All R2 - R0 Les Paul reissue discussions belong in this area.
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Also Collector's Choice models and signature/artist models that recreate a specific vintage Les Paul can be posted here.
Ebony, Alpine White, Tobacco Sunburst, Wine Red, Cherry Sunburst, Silver Burst, Gold/Bronze Sunburst, Natural "the Natural" (maple top w/maple fingerboard) Natural with Ebony Fingerboard (maple top w/ebony fingerboard Sam Ash Special 1975) The Gibson Les Paul was introduced in 1952, and was originally made with a mahogany body and a 1" thick maple cap, mahogany neck with rosewood fret board and two P-90 pickups. In late 1953, a more luxurious version was introduced, most probably on specific request by Les Paul himself, as he wanted a more luxurious and classy looking guitar.
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