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    1959 LP standard for sale, one owner...

    Yes Im cross-posting this, its nice to see one that was loved.


    https://www.12fret.com/instruments/1...dard-sunburst/

    Quigs you're up

    #2
    It's a plain top, so it probably sounds great.

    Of course, for $190k it damn well better!

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      #3
      Originally posted by jacksonplayer View Post
      It's a plain top, so it probably sounds great.

      Of course, for $190k it damn well better!
      Under 10lbs!

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        #4
        Unfortunately, the "one prior owner" is probably dead.

        I'm surprised Page hasn't bought this.

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          #5
          Not sure why you're calling me out in the OP, clearly Rev has set the bar for how to deal with Gibson auctions.

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            #6
            Originally posted by Chris View Post
            Not sure why you're calling me out in the OP, clearly Rev has set the bar for how to deal with Gibson auctions.
            No model

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              #7
              Considering the '59 Geddy Lee sold last year went for $200K even (to Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick) I think this is priced a bit high, especially with a headstock repair.
              Last edited by jim777; 09-13-2021, 03:14 PM.

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                #8
                Originally posted by jim777 View Post
                Considering the '59 Geddy Lee sold last year went for $200K even (to Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick) I think is is priced a bit high, especially with a headstock repair.
                That’s a bonus! It’s pre-broken, so it has better toan.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Jeff View Post

                  That’s a bonus! It’s pre-broken, so it has better toan.
                  Had my eye on getting a Heritage a couple months ago, a pristine one with a meh listing (potato cam pics)sold for $1200 after a little while being up, and one with $3k DSLR photos and a broken headstock flapping in the breeze sold for $1300+.

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