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Blues For Peace, Jerusalem, Israel

Gibson Les Paul Guitars

Gibson Les Paul Guitars are jammin' blues guitars with a sweet, singing tone. Blues for Peace offers Gibson Les Paul Guitars as an affiliate of Music123.com For velvet tone, slide guitar and red hot solos, nothing compares to a Gibson Les Paul Guitar.

  • Gibson Les Paul Studio

    The Les Paul Studio offers guitarists all the essential elements of a Les Paul Standard, including a carved top and humbucking pickups, in a simple yet elegant design. Aside from the standard finishes, this guitar is available with the new Blue Teal (Flip Flop) finish which actually changes color as it is viewed from different angles. Includes Free Case. (a $169.00 value)
  • Gibson Platinum Studio

    Platimun LP Studio Inlcudes hardshell case. Back by popular demand, this guitar is based on the popular mid-1990s Les Paul Studio model, which featured full-sized trapezoid inlays, body and headstock.The Platinum Studio features a total monochrome look including Platinum headstock, brushed chrome hardware, silver (non-metallic) pickguard, and ebony fretboard minus the inlays.
  • Gibson Les Paul Custom

    The Rolls-Royce of Les Pauls, the Custom carries all the top apointments Gibson has to offer in a solid body electric guitar - multi-ply binding on the top, back and headstock, gold hardware, block inlays, and more! Limited $100 price roll back and a free $169 Gibson case.
  • Gibson Historic 57 LP Black Beauty

    Historic 57 LP Black Beauty. In 1957, the Les Paul collection entered a new age of sound, featuring a new humbucking pickup that launched the sound heard around the world. Offering tone variations unavailable on any other Les Paul, the '57 Black Beauty is equipped with 3 Classic pickups to offer a unique palette of vintage sound. Other features include a carved maple top and mahogany body, a one-piece mahogany neck with 22-fret ebony fingerboard, ABR-1 tune-o-matic bridge with stopbar tailpiece, 24-3/4" scale, 1-11/16" nut width, body/neck/peghead binding, gold hardware, and ebony finish.
  • Gibson Historic 56 LP Goldtop

    Historic 56 LP Goldtop. Ted McCarty's Tune-o-Matic bridge (also known as the ABR-1) started to appear on higher end Gibson guitars as early as 1954. The ABR-1 was added to the Les Paul Model in 1956 and, with individual saddles to adjust each string's length as well as thumbwheels to adjust the overall height of the bridge, represented a quantum leap forward in intonation and a marked improvement in tone and sustain.
  • Gibson Historic 57 LP Gold Top

    Historic 57 LP Gold Top It's the quintessential Les Paul at its finest, Custom Shop crafted to be accurate to '57 specifications in every detail. It was the first Paul to feature humbucking pickups, and this one comes equipped with the original '57 classics. Carved maple top, mahogany back, and one-piece mahogany neck with the '57 profile and the original extended tenon joint. It features binding on body and neck, nickel hardware, an original ABR-1 tune-o-matic bridge, and the trademark antique gold finish.
  • Gibson Historic 58 LP Plain Top

    Historic 58 LP Plain Top. In an effort to jump start the steadily declining sales of the Les Paul Model, Gibson decided to abandon the familiar gold finish and use a translucent, cherry sunburst finish which would show off the highly figured maple tops that were often used on Les Pauls. The renamed Les Paul Standard made its debut in 1958.
  • Gibson Historic 59 LP Reissue

    Historic 59 LP Reissue. The only major change made to the Les Paul Standard in 1959 was the addition of wider, fatter "jumbo" frets, which facilitated wider bends. The real force of this change was not felt until the late 1960s, when rock and blues players like Eric Clapton, Mike Bloomfield, and Peter Green began to discover and capitilize on the fat, warm voice of the '59 Standard. This moment in history marked the beginning of the idealization of the '59 Les Paul as the Holy Grail of guitars in the minds of professionals, collectors, and weekend warriors.
  • Gibson Historic 1960 LP Reissue

    Historic 1960 LP Reissue. In 1960, the Les Paul Standard still had the flame maple top, sunburst finish and PAF pickups of its predecessors, but added a slim taper neck for a decidedly different feel. These final adjustments failed to save the the Standard, however, and after 1960 the single cutaway Les Paul was replaced by the thin bodied, double cutaway SG.
  • Gibson Les Paul Standard

    This latest version of the Les Paul Standard now gets the benefit of a gorgeous "AA" grade Maple top, vintage style tuners, and Burstbucker pickups. These new pickups produce slightly more output than any previous Standard pickups with more bite and a seductive "airy" tone with both pickups on. Now for your playing comfort you can also choose between the traditional '50s neck or the slim taper '60s neck shape. Impressive look, great sound, you can make a standard better! Includes Gibson Hardshell Case.
  • Gibson LP Standard Left Handed

    STandard Left Handed Guitar. Legend Les Paul and Gibson teamed up in 1952 to produce the guitar that set the standard for solidbody electrics. The 2003 Standard sports the smaller, vintage style headstock and "keystone" tuner buttons and is available with a "fat", rounded '50s style neck or a "fast", slim taper '60s style neck.
  • Gibson Les Paul Classic

    The coveted Les Paul Classic is based on the original from the '60s. The Classic features a slim taper neck and slightly hotter exposed coil pickups than some of the other Les Pauls. These features give the Les Paul Classic a bit more aggressive feel and sound while still retaining the essence of the traditional Les Pauls. Includes Free Case. (a $169.00 value)
  • Gibson Les Paul Supreme

    Les Paul Supreme. Its distinctive look is enhanced by custom binding all around. Chambered mahogany body takes a load off your shoulder and enhances resonance to aid the 490R and 498T alnico humbuckers in generating miles of smooth sustain.
  • Gibson Les Paul Special w/Humbucker

    Take what is already a great valued guitar, and add two hot, contemporary Alnico humbuckers, and voila....the Les Paul Special - Humbucker. Includes Gig Bag.
  • Gibson SG Special Platinum

    SG Special electric guitar with dual humbuckers and chrome hardware. Since the first version of the SG Special in 1961, the Special has represented the combination of looks, functionality and value that is the hallmark of the SG series. Includes free gig-bag (a $50 value)
  • Gibson Les Paul Studio

    The Les Paul Studio offers guitarists all the essential elements of a Les Paul Standard, including a carved top and humbucking pickups, in a simple yet elegant design. Aside from the standard finishes, this guitar is available with the new Blue Teal (Flip Flop) finish which actually changes color as it is viewed from different angles. Includes Free Case. (a $169.00 value)
  • Gibson SG Standard Deluxe Finishes

    Classic double cutaway electric guitar with dual humbuckers. The original bad-boy, the SG has been around almost as long as Rock and Roll. Includes free case (a $125 value)
  • Gibson SG Supreme '57

    The King of Solidbody guitars - SG double-cutaway body with AA figured maple top, Classic '57 Humbucking pickups and custom inlays. Includes free case (a $125 value)
  • Gibson SG Special Platinum

    SG Special electric guitar with dual humbuckers and chrome hardware. Since the first version of the SG Special in 1961, the Special has represented the combination of looks, functionality and value that is the hallmark of the SG series. Includes free gig-bag (a $50 value)
  • Gibson SG Standard

    The classic double cutaway look of the SG Standard has been around almost as long as Rock and Roll. Always a best seller, the SG Standard has the dual humbucking configuration and body style that continues to drive this bad boy onto stages and studios everywhere. Includes Free Case. (a $125 value)
  • Gibson SG Standard Deluxe Finishes

    Classic double cutaway electric guitar with dual humbuckers. The original bad-boy, the SG has been around almost as long as Rock and Roll. Includes free case (a $125 value)
  • Gibson SG Special Faded

    The Special has always represented a combination of looks, functionality, and value, and the Faded SG Special maintains this tradition. Under its attractive faded finish, it is the traditional SG, with mahogany body and neck, tune-o-matic/stopbar bridge, and Alnico 490 pickups.
  • Gibson Firebird V

    Reverse-styled electric guitar with dual high-output mini-humbuckers, neck-through construction, and more! Includes free case (a $154 value)
  • Gibson Melody Maker

    The Melody Maker features a mahogany body with a lightweight '60s-style slim taper neck and rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays. It comes in three cool satin finishes for an aged look: Satin Ebony, Satin Cherry and Satin Yellow. Appointments include a single dog ear P-90 pickup for vintage tone, Tune-o-matic bridge and chrome hardware. A gig bag is included.
  • Gibson SG Supreme '57

    The King of Solidbody guitars - SG double-cutaway body with AA figured maple top, Classic '57 Humbucking pickups and custom inlays. Includes free case (a $125 value)
  • Gibson Les Paul Joe Perry Signature Guitar

    Every element of the Gibson Joe Perry Signature reflects the personal taste of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame guitarist, from the "Green Tiger" top finish to the "Boneyard" logo to the custom pickup wiring.
  • Gibson SG 1961 Reissue

    The '61 Reissue is loaded with two '57 Classic humbucking pickups that gives this SG that famous sound. This latest reissue has the small pickguard and nickel plated hardware like its original predecessor. Includes Free Case. (a $125.00 value)
  • Gibson Les Paul Junior

    Don't let the price fool you, this little dog has a bite - one P-90 pickup mounted to a mahogany body, a compensated tailpiece, and more! Includes free gig bag (a $50 value)
  • Gibson Firebird V

    Reverse-styled electric guitar with dual high-output mini-humbuckers, neck-through construction, and more! Includes free case (a $154 value)
  • Gibson ES335 Reissue

    The ES335 is the marriage of solid body and hollow body designs. While still retaining the archtop and violin styled F holes of hollow body guitars, the ES335 adds solid body thinking with a thinner, double cutaway body and a solid maple block through the center. This design in conjunction with two '57 Classic humbucking pickups, provides the versatile, warm, full-bodied tone that has made the ES335 a staple in all styles of music. Includes Free Case. (A $159.00 Value.)
  • Gibson ES335

    The Ultimate Player's instrument - semi-hollowbody electric guitar with dual humbuckers, maple center block, and more. Includes free case (a $159 value)
  • Gibson ES333

    A 335 for the working musician. Same exceptional quality and sound at a fraction of the price.
  • Gibson Historic 1959 ES335 Dot

    Historic 1959 ES335 Dot. Having filled a gap in the market with the introduction the Thinline Series in 1955, Gibson was then faced with the challenge of creating a model with thinline looks and solidbody sustain. This challenge was met in 1958 with the introduction of the ES-335, an innovative new semi-hollowbody guitar. With its solid maple center block, arched top, f-holes, and chambered wings, the ES-335 provided the resonance of a solidbody, the looks of a traditional hollowbody, and the reduced weight of a thinline.
  • Gibson ES135 Humbucker

    ES-135 Semi-hollow body with a Florentine cutaway and classic '57 humbuckers. Includes Gibson hardshell case ($159 value).
  • Gibson ES135

    Classic single cutaway semi-hollowbody electric guitar with stacked humbuckers. Includes free case (a $159 value)
  • Gibson Herb Ellis ES165

    Based on his own ES-175, the Herb Ellis ES-165 gives a warm Jazz tone with a single humbucker, Figured Maple body, and an expertly inlayed rosewood fingerboard. Includes free case (a $159 value)
  • Gibson ES135 Humbucker

    ES-135 Semi-hollow body with a Florentine cutaway and classic '57 humbuckers. Includes Gibson hardshell case ($159 value).
  • Gibson ES135

    Classic single cutaway semi-hollowbody electric guitar with stacked humbuckers. Includes free case (a $159 value)
  • Gibson 57 Classic Humbucker Pickup


    Ships free on orders over $199.00! The '57 Classic features Gibson's special Alnico II magnet; vintage enamel-coated wire; nickel plated pole pieces; nickel slugs; maple spacers; and vintage-style, two-conductor, braided wiring.
  • Gibson 498T Alnico Humbucker


    Ships free on orders over $199.00! Increased midrange with extra high-end crunch along with vintage warmth and sustain. The 498T can deliver a solo that will cut through the mix without sacrificing any fullness. Equipped with a 4-conductor lead cable.
  • Gibson 496R Hot Ceramic Humbucker


    Ships free on orders over $199.00! You'll be amazed how the high-output ceramic magnet adds more highs with increased definition and no muddiness. Available with double black or creme open coils, the 496R comes with 4 conductor-shielded wiring.
  • Gibson BurstBucker 2 Pickup

    Ships free on orders over $199.00! Wound in the range of Gibson's '57 Classic for replica sound. Unpolished magnets and non-potted coils, just like the original. Slightly hotter than the BurstBucker 1, the 2 works well in the bridge position with a BurstBucker 1 in the neck position.
  • Gibson 490R Original Humbucker

    Ships free on orders over $199.00! The 490R, with its neck-spaced pole pieces, is calibrated to match the bridge-spaced 490T for a perfect match. Available with chrome, gold or nickel covers, or with open coils, the 490R and 490T come with four conductor shielded wiring.
  • Gibson P94T Single Coil

    Ships free on orders over $199.00! The P-94 is a unique combination that provides the best of both worlds, the classic Gibson P-90 sound in a traditional humbucker-size housing. Replacing a humbucker with the P-94 requires no routing or other damaging modifications to the guitar.
  • Gibson 490T Original Humbucker

    Ships free on orders over $199.00! These Modern Classic pickups feature tonal characteristics similar to the '57 Classic, but deliver a slight increase in the upper mids, for a more contemporary humbucking sound. The special Alnico II magnet gives these beauties a singing quality that delivers on demand.


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