2014 Gibson Les Paul R9 Lemon Burst

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For your consideration, Garrett Park Guitars presents this 2014 Gibson Les Paul R9 Lemon Burst.

This is one of the last of the great run of R0s that Gibson Custom shop in 2014. For 2015 Gibson Custom is making the "True Historic" their latest incarnation of the fabled late '50s & '60 Les Paul's. The price increase is huge too making the 2014 R9s & R0s a very good buy for an amazing guitar that has the long neck tenon. To get a similar 2015 R9 or R0 with a Historic serial number and long tenon the price entry point will be well over $7500, so savvy players and collectors are picking these up.

From the Gibson Website:

 

While the 1959 Les Paul Standard retained the classic ingredients of the breed—its solid mahogany body and carved maple top, both represented here in the 1959 Les Paul Standard Reissue—the guitar also evolved slightly from its specs of the previous year. Les Pauls made in 1959 also acquired a slightly thinner, though still comfortably rounded, neck profile, which many players consider the sweetest feeling neck shape of all time, along with a smaller neck heel. These are all represented with utmost accuracy in the 1959 Les Paul Standard Reissue, while the guitar also 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 glue neck fit, a Historic Truss Rod assembly with no tubing, accurate body and fingerboard binding color, new Custom Buckers created in the image of the original PAFs, and period-correct Aniline dye offered in VOS and Gloss. 
 
Gibson Custom’s new Custom Bucker accurately recreates the original PAFs of the late ’50s, using Alnico III magnets and unequal turns of 42 AWG wire in each coil for that characteristic PAF “bite.” These pickups clean up beautifully at the guitar’s volume controls, while Bumble Bee tone caps assist in that warm, singing “woman tone” when you roll back the tone controls. To top it all off, the 1959 Les Paul Standard 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.

 

Oh, we forgot to mention, it sounds amazing too!

 Serial Number: 942234

Condition: New With Warranty.

Please call, chat, or email for more information... 410-571-9660.

 

    

 

Serial Number: 942234

Condition: New with Warranty.

Please call, chat, or email for more information... 410-571-9660.

 

NEW


MC
New Condition : Just out of the box from the manufacturer, may include items purchased from another dealer (will be stated if so)

Mint Condition : when we say mint, we mean mint. No wear, like new out of the box, previously owned
EC Excellent Condition : Very clean, might have some minor wear, dings, scratches, or finish cracks, but otherwise very close to newcondition.
VGC Very Good Condition : Basically clean, might have some deeper scratches, pick wear or missing finish. Nothing real serious, no cracks, unless otherwise stated.
PG


GC
Player Grade or Vintage Player- Indicates an instrument that may have a vintage or collectible pedigree that has some restoration or changed parts

Good Condition : Solid playing condition, may have one or more repaired cracks or other cosmetic flaws.
FC Fair Condition and PC = Poor ConditionIndicate that the instrument may have some problems, usually described.

 

Other Common Abbreviations and Phrases We Use

HSC Hard Shell Case : Includes hard shell case.
OHSC Original Hard Shell Case : Includes original hard shell case (usually vintage instruments).
SSC Soft Shell Case : Includes soft-shell case.
SN Serial Number : We include this whenever possible.
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