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Gibson les Paul 56 reissue NO CAMBIOS

Por chonix el 16/03/2019 en Bizkaia
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Gibson les Paul 56 reissue NO CAMBIOS
  • Gibson les Paul 56 reissue NO CAMBIOS
  • Gibson les Paul 56 reissue NO CAMBIOS
  • Gibson les Paul 56 reissue NO CAMBIOS
  • Gibson les Paul 56 reissue NO CAMBIOS
  • Gibson les Paul 56 reissue NO CAMBIOS
Hola,
Saco a la venta una de las mejores bichas que ha pasado por mis manos. Esta junto a una r0 que Aged que se llevó nuestro compañero el manco han sido 2de las mejores señoritas en cuanto a precio por calidad de su sonido. Las dos están a la altura de las de 5000€ para arriba y no llegan a los 4000€,lo rozan pero no llegan.
Está en particular es una reedicion de una goldtop de 1956 con especial acabado en antique goldtop darkback. Preciosa, exclusiva, nueva y sonando a gloria.
En fin, si no fuese por el gas otra que no saldría pero el gas hay que pagarlo y para ello hay que vender...
El que se la lleve me lo va a agradecer a pesar de pagar la pasta que vale.
A quien Le pueda interesar esta fabricada en el 2013 y pesa alrededor de los 4kg
Muchas gracias por vuestra atención
Salu2.
Description from Gibson's site.
"1956 Les Paul Goldtop ReissueThe Gibson Les Paul Model as it stood in 1956 is a pure rock’n’roll legend, represented in greater detail than ever before in the 1956 Les Paul Goldtop Reissue. This was not quite where the Les Paul had begun, and not quite where it was going, but a powerful stop along that road that carried plenty of important features that have made this mid-’50s marvel a beloved tone machine to this very day. The guitar still retained its fat, snarling P-90 pickups and a rounded ’50s neck profile that not only feels superb in the hand, but also transmits added string vibration from neck to body to enhance resonance. One of the most significant changes to the Les Paul Model of 1956, though, was the addition of the new Tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece—which debuted on the Les Paul Custom two years before—replacing the trapeze and wraparound tailpieces that had adorned earlier versions. The innovative Tune-o-matic—also known as the ABR-1—was the brainchild of celebrated Gibson president Ted McCarty, and set the standard for simplicity and functionality in electric guitar bridge design.

In addition to its foundation of a solid, lightweight mahogany body with carved maple top and a glued-in, quarter-sawn mahogany neck with long-tenon neck joint, the 1956 Les Paul Goldtop Reissue benefits from Gibson Custom’s 20th Anniversary Specifications, newly adopted for 2013. These include a one-piece rosewood fingerboard, Kluson™ Deluxe machine heads, hot-hide neck glue, a Historic Truss Rod assembly with no tubing, accurate body and fingerboard binding color, and period-correct Goldtop and back/neck finish colors, the latter treated to Gibson Custom’s proprietary VOS process for a gently worn look and feel. Put it all together, and the 1956 Les Paul Goldtop Reissue is the quickest route to the look, feel, and tone of a great vintage Goldtop made nearly six decades ago.

The sonic powerhouse of the 1956 Les Paul Goldtop Reissue remains its two fat single-coil P-90 pickups, beloved since the 1940s for their aggressive midrange, solid low end, and sparkling, silky highs—with that ever so slightly gritty edge for added cutting power. Gibson makes its P-90s today just like it did a full 60 years ago, with two Alnico V bar magnets in each pickup and coils wound with approximately 10,000 turns of 42 AWG wire, for plenty of beef when you hit ’em hard, but crystalline clean tones when you back off the guitar’s volume controls. Bumble Bee tone caps assist in that warm, singing “woman tone” when you roll back the tone controls, too. To top it all off, the 1956 Les Paul Goldtop Reissue plays superbly right out of its Custom Shop hardshell case thanks to a trip through one of Gibson’s state-of-the-art Plek machines before it leaves the Custom Shop floor.

Every guitar includes a Certificate of Authenticity, adjustment literature, and coverage by Gibson Custom’s Limited Lifetime Warranty and 24/7/365 Customer Service."
Rebajo el precio por descubrir unos insignificantes fallos de fábrica en la tapa (para verlos hay que tener vocación de forense, del csi o inspector /auditor de calidad😜) que no afectan ni al sonido ni a su comodidad ni funcionalidad en absoluto. Yo llevo con ella tiempo y no lo había visto, me lo han descubierto.
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