Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by stormtrooper, Apr 14, 2015.
from Chicago music exchange header Gibson section.
Its a Les Paul Signature. Its loaded with Low Z pups.
Most were Gold, but there were Bursts.
I was thinking more ... where's the swatstica tattoo on the forehead.
Gee, what an 'interesting' decade the 70s were, and the Norlin years in general were too.
I've owned a number of the Epiphone versions. Would love to see another re-issue at some point.
It's a BrundleFly! Quick - put it out of its misery!
A lot of old guitar ads are really laughable years later. The guy looks like a maniac on coke.
How are those pickups? Anyone own something with a set in it?
One of my favorite Gibson guitars.
Don't knock it if ya ain't tried it. Those are sweet guitars.
That ad is funny, he's got an acoutstic strap that goes to the head but does not appear to be tied, no connection of the strap to the base of the guitar, a coil cord that becomes a white cord twice and a coke grin.
That's an oversized paperclip.
Sweet guitar indeed. The sunburst version is FAR more rare.
Plant's guitarist is rocking one here-
The 'white chord' is patio furniture - its Miami in the 70s and its a Coke party in the back-yard!