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FS: 1974 Gibson Les Paul Signature Bass

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by ToP fan, Dec 2, 2013.

  1. ToP fan

    ToP fan Gold Supporting Member

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    Time to move "Goldie" to make way for another acquisition.

    1974 Les Paul Signature goldtop serial number 175813 in excellent original condition with OHSC. Strung with D'Addario flats and sounds great.:bassist:

    Issues are small crack at top of pickguard, small ding at back of headstock and slightly loose 3 position impedance switch. Also the handle on the case needs one end repaired and one latch fixed. All minor stuff really for a bass this vintage and relatively rare.

    Pix at link below. Asking $3750USD via PayPal plus shipping.

    Thanks Dave

    http://s1366.photobucket.com/user/davejaneandkids/slideshow/
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    Classic! What is the nut width please?
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    Nut width is 1 5/8 inches, neck length 34 1/2 inches.

    Dave
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    Thanks Dave. One more question. Would you describe the neck profile as thick and chunky like a Precision… or thin and flat like a Rickenbacker?
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    I have a P and Goldie is definitely a chunky girl like the P- I don't like 'em flat;)

    Dave
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    Bump for a great bass! I've got a '74 Les Paul Signature Gold Top as well. These are seriously underrated basses...and they are more versatile than you would think. Sure, they do the hollow-body thump very well, but by using the varitone you can also dial in a pretty aggressive high-end, too. Good luck with the sale!
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