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Gession ´Let´s Play´ Single Cutaway 1970s Ebony Japan Left-Handed

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Cotton Guitars
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A very cool and rare left-handed Gession Les Paul guitar in ebony finish. Some were made by Tokai, not sure if this is one of them. It has the open book headstock and beautiful pearloid logo, with the 'Let's Play' model name, after 'Les Paul'.

A very nice copy and a cool collectable for our lefty guitar players.

All electronics work as they should, pickups sound very nice, potmeters are cleaned and working fine, very slight static when knobs are turned. Low action, straight neck, the fingerboard has been oiled with lemon oil. The guitar is ready to rock!

Worldwide shipping possible, message me for the shipping costs

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