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Gibson Custom Shop '68 Les Paul Custom Reissue - 9.22 lbs

Gibson Custom Shop '68 Les Paul Custom Reissue - 9.22 lbs

Regular price $4,499.00 USD
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The 1968 Les Paul Custom stood apart from its 1950s predecessors in a few significant ways. Instead of a solid mahogany body, it now had a solid maple top on a mahogany back - adding the clarity and bite that many rock guitarists sought. It also came standard with two humbuckers as opposed to three, providing additional picking clearance. And lastly it had a 14-degree peghead angle for reduced string tension. This set of features instantly became the new standard for the Les Paul Custom model, which has been produced continuously by Gibson ever since. This 1968 Les Paul Custom Reissue was designed to be the final say in historical accuracy, tone and feel. Every detail and spec was meticulously revived by the skilled artisans at Gibson Custom Shop to provide an amazing, life-long vintage ownership experience.

Condition Notes:

Neck/Headstock: Some color finish irregularities in neck binding.

Body: A few light scratches throughout. Spots of finish clouding on front.

Some oxidation on hardware.
*Hardware is chrome.

Brand: Gibson

Model: Custom Shop '68 Les Paul Custom Reissue

Year: 2020, maybe

Serial: 201258

Color: Ebony

Weight: 9.22 lbs

Strings: D'Addario


  • Neck Type: Set
  • Frets: 22
  • Scale Length: 24.75"
  • Neck Material: Mahogany
  • Fretboard Material: Ebony
  • Neck Finish: Gloss


  • Body Type: Solid
  • Body Wood(s): Top - 2-piece Maple, Back - Mahogany
  • Binding Color: Multi-Ply Ivory
  • Bridge Type: Tune-O-Matic
  • Pickguard Color: Black


  • Total Pickups: 2
  • Pickup Configuration: HH
  • Wiring: Passive
  • Pickup Resistances:
    • Neck: 6.83
    • Bridge: 6.85
  • Controls: (2) Volume, (2) Tone, 3-Way Toggle Switch

INCLUDES: Black Gibson Hardshell Case, Certificate of Authenticity, Black Switchplate Cover

Disclaimer: You are not buying a setup, you are buying an instrument. This means that the setups we perform on instruments for sale are intended to inspect and ensure proper function of various aspects of the instruments. Customer-based setups are personal and no two players will require the same setups measurements.

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