#2
it *might* be a gibson...
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#5
Well from the looks of it, it semms like a gibson dot

it says gibson on the freakin' pickups.
#7
He can't tell what model it is just because it says Gibson on the pickups.

Anyone can see that it is a Gibson, but can you see that it is a Gibson Les Paul 1970 Signature Goldtop just because it says Gibson on the guitar? I thought not.
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#9
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Gee no ****ing duh it's a Gibson, I'm asking what model, thanks to tmfiore

Thank roy994, he gave the link.
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#12
At first I thought it looked like a Gibson ES Series, but then noticed that the right cutaway looked a little funny, so I'm not sure.
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#14
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ive actually played one of these before. I believe its a Les Paul Signature model like that site says. Like Les Paul's actual signature, not the Les pauls we all know.

This is probably it. The pickups are low impedence pickups, which Les Paul endorses.

It looks to be an ES style guitar, I remember the offset cutaway style was a short-produced varient of an ES, with production only lasting a few years. I did not know that this model came with low impedence pickups, so this is probably very rare.


What I am wondering about are the plastic rings around those knobs.
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