Up for Sale is a Used Gibson 1980 "The Paul" Electric Guitar Brown Finish in Good Condition.
*Includes Gibson Hardshell Case.
The "The Paul" is an electric guitar made by Gibson Guitar Corporation. The first model was manufactured from 1978 to 1982. It was targeted to customers who wanted Gibson quality and reputation at a lower price point. It included such items as the Tune-O-Matic bridge (but nickel plated rather than gold) and attained further cost savings by not including the carved top (often maple) seen on most Les Paul variants. It has a solid walnut body and neck.
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Available for local pickup
from La Plata, MD
Ships from La Plata, MD
to United States
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