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Killer new semi hollow seven string Les Paul $279


New member
Oct 2, 2022
Well, it's not a Gibson, so I guess it's not really a Les Paul. But I have one of these and after getting a good neck set up and dropping in Seymour Duncan 59s, it's my favorite of all my guitars. And some of mine cost thousands. Check it out. I've seen them on eBay for about a year now and I hope they continue. I'm going to get a second one. There are six string versions and 12-string versions as well from multiple vendors. Also this tobacco sunburst, cherry sunburst, natural, and walnut finishes that I have seen. Mine has really nice book matched flame maple. I'm going to put some good tuners on mine though, they need it. I liked it okay with the stock pickups, but the SDs are so much smoother and warmer. Just try some searching on eBay.

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All Access/Backstage Pass
Mar 11, 2002
Tuners are never a problem. Why do you want to change them?