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Gibson Harrison-Clapton 1957 Les Paul Standard Lucy
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LP-Shaped Guitar from Gibson belonging to the Custom Shop Les Paul series.

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  • A legendary guitar!!

    Gibson Harrison-Clapton 1957 Les Paul Standard LucyPublished on 04/25/13 at 07:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Reproduced in workshops known Guitar Gibson Custom Shop

    One-piece mahogany body
    Maple two parts
    Mahogany neck one piece
    Rosewood room
    Historic Truss Rod without casing.
    Pickups Alnico III CustomBucker
    Bumblebee Capacitors
    Grover Kidney
    Bridge and tailpiece nickel
    2 volumes and 2 tones

    UTILIZATION

    With large hands I walk on!
    Warning I do not have this guitar I just had the opportunity to test several times in Castelnau-le-Lez Azema Music, because I know the manager Mathieu. Unfortunately I have not the means to offer me: s

    The handle is a joy for those who love the round sleeves Gibson at that time.

    In terms of weight this guitar is not as heavy as you......
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    Reproduced in workshops known Guitar Gibson Custom Shop

    One-piece mahogany body
    Maple two parts
    Mahogany neck one piece
    Rosewood room
    Historic Truss Rod without casing.
    Pickups Alnico III CustomBucker
    Bumblebee Capacitors
    Grover Kidney
    Bridge and tailpiece nickel
    2 volumes and 2 tones

    UTILIZATION

    With large hands I walk on!
    Warning I do not have this guitar I just had the opportunity to test several times in Castelnau-le-Lez Azema Music, because I know the manager Mathieu. Unfortunately I have not the means to offer me: s

    The handle is a joy for those who love the round sleeves Gibson at that time.

    In terms of weight this guitar is not as heavy as you might think, and access to acute and rather easy!

    SOUNDS

    For a long time I want a Les Paul that really is the vintage grain 60s and then there is no photo, everything is there!

    Heat even on the bridge pickup with a tone knob very sensitive. Only plugged into an amp (Peavey classic 30 for testing) is played with the volume knob and tone and it sounds!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I was able to play for an hour and it is a real treat!
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