| Condition: || New other (see details): A new, unused item with absolutely no signs of wear. The item may be missing the original packaging, or in the original packaging but not sealed. The item may be a factory second or a new, unused item with defects. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab ... Read moreabout the condition || Brand: || Gibson |
| Body Material: || Solid Wood || Model: || Limited Edition Les Paul Classic |
| Model Year: || 2015 || Body Color: || Marble |
| Size: || Full Size || Body Type: || Solid |
| Items Included: || Case || String Configuration: || 6 String |
| Country/Region of Manufacture: || United States || Dexterity: || Right-Handed |
Mint Condition Never PlayedGibson Limited Edition Les Paul Classic Rock II Electric Guitar (with Anniversary Case), MarbleThis limited run Les Paul Classic is a true gem, from its figured maple top and abalone capped knobs to the iconic sound of its BurstBucker pickups.The Limited Edition Les Paul Classic “Rock” II from Gibson USA takes this popular model’s marriage of timeless appointments and hot-rod features and kicks it all over the top with a stunning marble top ánish. Black binding, chrome knobs with abalone inlays, and pearl trapezoid ángerboard inlays combine to enhance this scorching guitar’s exclusive appearance, all gracing the traditional complement of carved maple top and mahogany body with traditional weight relief. The Limited Edition Les Paul Classic “Rock” II taps into unseen capabilities and unprecedented versatility when you dig deeper into the clever wiring behind this versatile guitar. A Burst Bucker 1 in the neck and hotter Burst Bucker 2 in the bridge are routed through individual volume controls with push-pull coil splitting for single-coil tones, and beside the master tone lies a mini-toggle to engage the built-in 15 dB Turbo Boost. G-ForceTM automated tuners and a new-for-2015 zero-fret nut round out this brilliant blend of innovation and tradition. Each guitar will be hand numbered with a three-digit number indicating its place in the total number of guitars made.