I actually grabbed this one last weekend as a bit of a project but figured I'd share it here anyway: It's a 2019 Gibson Les Paul DC Tribute in pretty near mint condition aside from a couple of issues w/ the tuner mounting alignment & the combo of too loose of bridge bushing holes w/ the cantilever bridge. It's definitely a new & unique voice within my current pile of basses, all stock it's kinda big & lumbering w/ a lot of tonal variation to the attack dependent on right hand position & a nice growl when digging in some: I'm loving the neck on it. It's got a fairly chunky D shape with a good increase in peak at the narrow nut that works out very nicely for me. The finish is drag free as well, enhanced over the similarly finished mahogany Gibsons I've had by the tighter grain of the maple I think: I've never met a Hipshot product I haven't liked so far so I ordered a replacement from them earlier in the week & pulled then securely reseated the bushings w/ a bit of maple veneer shim & mounted it up today. The bridge is one impressive billet of aluminium, I'm guessing at least 175% the mass of the stock one: it mounted up nicely flush to the top & I strung it up w/ this set of Labella nickel round wounds: The mismatched knobs aren't a fashion statement, I just couldn't locate a second Gibson reflector knob : Relief adjustment has the top 6 frets of neck staying pretty straight so I think I had to compromise a bit on action height in the interest of minimizing fret buzz on the higher ones but it's not all that far off from what I've been feeling was ideal (usually around 6.5 -7 thousandths): Hopefully my luthier friend will have time to do a bit of progressive fret leveling for me on the last frets in the time I've got w/ him to make a bone nut for it & clean up the fret ends tomorrow. It's the rare instrument that spends any amount of time on his bench that doesn't come back feeling at least a bit more awesome to me. The bridge seems great so far: rock solid feel & flush fit to the top, super smooth adjusting, boosted resonance through the body significantly, & it sounded a good bit more focused through the GVT-15 & the bass board at my bench. It seems to have shifted the weight balance for the better, not all that drastically, but noticably & it's feeling very stable & comfy on the pictured strap. I think the bridge looks pretty great on there too Thanks for taking a look!