Nothing coy about this 70s Guyatone 'Lawsuit' guitar - no tiptoeing around calling it a 'Lost Pearl' or...
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Nothing coy about this 70s Guyatone ‘Lawsuit’ guitar – no tiptoeing around calling it a ‘Lost Pearl’ or ‘Leo Pard’. Nope, this is their ‘Les Paul’ Model. We’re sure Gibson were fine with that… Another very nice example of a 70s MIJ Les Paul. Full service and set up by Andy at Nottingham City Guitars.
The headstock is in very good condition with a few of the usual chips and dings appearing at the top. The neck is also in very good condition with only a couple of scratches showing on the back. The body is well-roadworn with a number of large chips to the finish including a very large section of missing paint on the front. The metal parts of the guitar show a few signs of oxidation but nothing too unusual.
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