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[NAMM] Gibson Ace Frehley "Budokan" LP Custom

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    Gibson Ace Frehley "Budokan" Les Paul Custom

    LP-Shaped Guitar from Gibson belonging to the Custom Shop Les Paul series.

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    Gibson/Epiphone introduced a new collection of models at NAMM 2012, starting with an Ace Frehley LP Custom.

    The Ace Frehley "Budokan" Les Paul Custom is a recreation of the Custom model used by the Kiss guitarist at the Nippon Budokan concert in 1977, with a cherry burst finish and three Les Paul Custom pickups. The guitar was designed with the instrument's current owner, Matt Swanson. It comes in two versions: aged and VOS.

     

     

     

    Specs:
    • Mahogany & Maple 4-piece body
    • 3-piece Mahogany neck
    • 7 ply black/white binding (top), 5 ply (back) sur la table et 5 plis au dos
    • Ebony Fingerboard, 22 frets, jumbo, 12" radius, white binding with Block mother-of-pearl inlays
    • Nut Width: 1.690"
    • Chromed Grover tuners with pearloid Banjo buttons
    • ABR-1 bridge and Chromed stop bar tailpiece
    • 3 DiMarzio PAF pickups, including 1 Super Distorsion (bridge position - ceramic magnets)
    • 2 volume controls, 2 tone controls, modified three-way switchcraft
    • Vintage Cherry nitrocellulose finish
    • Certificate of authenticity in a Gibson Custom flightcase, with Ace Frehley's signature

     

    Pricing:
    • Aged : $12 235
    • VOS : $7 529

    An Epiphone version is also available for $1 332.

     

    More details on www2.gibson.com/Products/Electric-Guitars/Les-Paul/Gibson-Custom/Ace-Frehley-Budokan-Les-Paul-Custom.aspx.

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