>Gibson Les Paul Standard
>Orville Les Paul Standard Electric Guitar Hsc Gibson Japan
Up for your consideration we have a very nice Orville Les Paul Standard. This guitar was made between 1989 and 1993. The serial number sticker has been removed, (not by me), so I don't know the exact year. 89-93 were the only years that Orville used stickers for the serial numbers on their guitars. This guitar is in great shape for the age. There are only a few small chips on the guitar. I tried to get pictures of these but I have a hard time getting close up photos. Some buckle marks that don't appear to go through the finish on the back. And it appears that the clearcoat has lifted a little bit inside the P of the Les Paul on the headstock. For a guitar of this age that has been played, not displayed, it is my opinion that it is in very good condition. The neck is somewhere in between a 50's and 60's profile. Not quite as chunky as a 50's, but not as slim as a 60's. The neck is straight. There is some fret wear, but still plenty of life left in them. No dead frets anywhere. It's a nice comfortable player. It weighs in at a very shoulder pleasing 7lbs. 15Ozs. There are no breaks or repairs on this guitar. It will come complete with the hardshell case in the photos. Here's your chance to pick up a Les Paul Standard for a great price. And no high shipping cost from japan! Good luck, and have a great day!!!! ****PLEASE READ BEFORE BIDDING!!!! VERY IMPORTANT****
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