Updated 22 April 2006
Rockin' les paul thangs:
the archtop Ibanez (left) is $500
and the generic, flatop Special (right) is $400. Both have set necks. The les paul Special has a big, fat
50's neck. The Ibanez finish has been thrashed -- but everything else is great.
Mo' rockin' les paul-style:
white les paul custom (left) is
probably of the lawsuit Ibanez era; the Melody Maker with P-90s (right) is a 60's thing that we worked on.$400
Les paul style $350
glued-in neck, flame maple top with vintage cherry sunburst (NOT prostitute lipstick red). Solid
rock 'n rock classic! $280
Gibson Les Paul Specialwith two
humbuckings, red. $700
Gibson Les Paul Specialblack with two
Gibson SGwith gold hardware and two humbuckings
70s Gibson 335sunburst $1600
Blonde Hohner 335 $400
Gold Hohner Les Paul $375
Cream BradleyLes Paul Custom $375
Epiphone Scross $500
Set neck, candy-apple Hamer prototype with 3-coil
7-string set neck flame top
Old Santana-style SBG-2000 Ebony neck through with
push-push pots -- REALLY good!
FD les paul Sports model with solid "big" rosewood neck,
long-scale, glued into Honduras mahogany body.
Murdered Tokai les paul
Flying VGlam-dork spent a fortune on this
Dot with case. $1000
Gibson V Serial
No. 32598719. Ebony fretboard, black hardware, pink combo case. Very
clean; barely played. Excellent condition. $850
Fleet These are our typical high-end les paul replicas. (From
left) The first is an all-gold 50s-style with a set neck and humbuckers.
Next comes a beautiful black les paul custom replica with gold hardware.
The third is a goldtop with P-90s and a Bigsby. The fourth is our
flametop hot rock guitar. Its a replica of a 58 cherry sunburst. These
go from $350 to $400 with vintage humbuckers or hot humbuckers at
no extra charge.
Got this from an ooold elder blues guy named "Gregory" (he hates that
name). Its an old Kraftsman. Plays and sounds great. $275.
Dillion]. Top-notch 50s goldtop. Les paul style
with soapbars. $400
Old faded goldtone Riviera copy with authentic parallelagram inlays.
Glued-in neck and maple block down the center. $400
Block of maple down the center. Glued-in slim neck. $400
SG Long-scale with soapbars. Big early 60s neck. Schaller
gears. Plus Honduras mahogany body and stars bridge makes this
a tone MONSTER! Glued-in set neck. $600
FatDawg Custom Les Paul. Long-scale solid rosewood neck glued
into mahogany body. Stars brass tunamatic. Loaded with tone and sustain.
Clean 50s Les Paul hollow sunburst Kay with two crispy pickups,
tunamatic bridge and Gotoh-style gears. $225
sunburst 58 Les Paul replica. Super flame maple top. Glued-in neck.
Shreding Schaller humbuckers. Leaves the Deluxe Gibson Epiphone at the
starting line. This thing ROCKS! $350
Clean 50s Les Paul
hollow sunburst Kay with two crispy pickups, tunamatic bridge and
Gotoh-style gears. $225
The FatDawg Les Paul. This one
has a maple neck with a Brazilian rosewood longscale fretboard. $750
Airline by Supro. Three pickup Les Paul. Art decco, with
Metallic red Les Paul copy. Gold
Old Guild BluesBird. Epiphone peghead,
1960. Wine red, one pickup, small neck. Clean. $1000
TV-finished Les Paul Special-style with H.B. pickups. $500
'60s Gibson. White. SG Special. Two soapbars, baaad-ass
bridge. Jackson, this is for you! $800
Firebird. Pink flesh innards from Gibson Rep. (Don't forget the
combination case) $1000
Cheap-ass Regal Les Paul Junior
copy. See-through plexi-glass pickguard and knobs. Two humbuckers.
OLD. White, gold and black. Supro Dual-tone. Decco.
Les Paul. $375
Cream, set-neck Les Paul, Jr. with two
HOT! humbuckers and gold hardware. $275
Wine-red Seville Dot 335 copy. Gold
Blondish-gold Les Paul with Bigsby.
Ugly cherry sunburst Les Paul copy by Harmony.
Tobac. Les Paul copy. $175
Les Paul copy. Clean. $150
Dark blue sparkle Les Paul
copy. Gotoh gears and bridge. $200
Cherry sunburst 335
copy. Set neck by Hohner. $400
71 Les Paul Goldtop
Custom black Les Paul with binding, pearl.
7 string Les Paul (peghead
Les Paul A guy played a solid rosewood neck Les Paul that I
make and said: "Can I have this as a 7-string?" I said;
"Sure!" He was one happy dude. Features solid rosewood neck
with a nut width of 1-7/8" glued into a Honduras mahogany body.
Blade humbuckers and custom bridge and tailpiece. Tons of sustain and
Black Les Paul Custom $1500
Natural 3-pickup Les Paul
71 SG Standard $1000
Gibson ES-325 $800
Heritage 335 $1000
gold Les Paul set neck. HOT! pickup. $374
Dean Cadillac (USA) Les Paul style $450
3 pickup SG
Custom copy. Good quality $300
High-end Framus Les
Paul. Fancy ebony fretboard. Gold glitter pickguard, natural
finish. two mini-humbuckers. $350
Bolt neck Les Paul
copies. (The guitar that "made Milwaukee nauseous").
Sunburst and assorted finishes, sealed gears. $125-$150
Supro Dual-tone. White with gold hardware. Original case. $325
Airline 3 pickup, Supro Les Paul custom. Red-black sunburst.
Airline 3 pickup, Les Paul custom. Blonde. T.V.
finish art deco. P-guard tunamatic bridge and sealed gears. $400
70s Epiphone Genesis. Black 2x cut Les Paul thang. Quality
budget axe (see Bass section for matching bass). $350
Modified Marauder. Two humbuckers, steel blue pickguard. One
vol, one tone. $350
1966 SG Special. Twp soapbar
(P-90's) super jumbo re-fret Schaller. $450
Early 80s Angus
Young style SG. Two humbuckers. Baaad-ass bridge. $450
61 Double cutaway Melody Maker. Mirror pickguard, trick
series/parallel & phase wiring. $425
82 single cutaway,
Melody Maker Fire-engine red. One humbucker. $400
Gibson-style Les Paul
with set/glued-in neck Cherry sunburst finish over book-matched
flamed maple top. Les Paul-style solid body guitars are re-appearing as
a musician's favorite, hence, I offer at $350. The list on
similar guitars is around $900. This comes with humbucking pickups, a
tunamatic bridge, and vintage-style Kluson tuners and is very
reminiscent of a classic 1958 Les Paul. Sounds good at all volumes.
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