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I know, I know - "I remember when these sold for $X!" - take a look around and you'll see that those days are gone.
And, do a little poking around and you'll find that this is actually a rare guitar. Only about 25 Les Paul Standards were made in 1976, and about 550 in 1977. Previous to 1976, the Standard was a special order item for just a couple of years. The Deluxe was prevalent throughout the 70's, and you'll see some that have been routed for full size humbuckers, some even with a Les Paul Standard truss rod cover.
The nice thing about the Standard of this era is that it did not have the "pancake" body like the Deluxe. It does have a three=piece, maple neck however.
This particular guitar has had the pickups and pots changed. Pickups are older Duncans, likely from the early 80s. The original covers were added to the pickups. The tone pots are coil tapping pull pots.
This is a great playing, great sounding guitar with no repairs other than what is noted above. The original case is included.
- Color: Wine Red
- Weight: 9lbs 15oz
- Body: Mahogany w/Maple Cap
- Neck: Mahogany
- Neck Profile: Slim Taper
- Fretboard: Rosewood
- Inlay: MOP Trapezoids
- Frets: 70's low and wide
- Fret count: 22
- Nut material: Bone
- Nut width: 1.65"
- Scale: 24.75"
- Radius: 12"
- Neck thickness at 1st fret: 0.84"
- Neck thickness at 7th fret: 0.95"
- Neck thickness at 12th fret: 0.98"
- Action 1st String at 12th Fret: 1.25mm
- Action 6th String at 12th Fret: 1.25mm
- String Gauge: .010-.046"
- Hardware: OEM
- Neck Pickup: 7.16k Seymour Duncan APH-1N G Alnico Pro II, wound by Gloria Ocompo
- Bridge pickup: 14.15k Seymour Duncan CC J (J is for Juarez, Maricella Juarez wound this pickup prior to 1983), SH11
- Tuners: OEM
- Pots: Tone Knobs replaced with push/pull style for coil taping
- Case: OHSC
- Notes: Pickups have been replaced but have original covers on them