Gibson Les Paul Custom Emerald Green

Up for sale from the Gibson Demo Shop, here is this beautiful 2020 Les Paul Custom in exclusive Emerald Green. This 1 of 1 guitar was featured on Gibson’s official Instagram page and expertly critiqued by famed internet superstar, Trogly from The Trogly’s Guitar Show on Youtube.

This Les Paul Custom features two Seymour Duncan ’59 pickups that sound killer. The slim taper mahogany neck features an ebony fretboard that measures 1.68(in) at the nut width, .821(in) at the first fret, and .955(in) at the twelfth. The guitar weighs in at 9.4lbs and has “MOD” stamped on the back of the headstock.

The condition of the guitar is very good. The finish top does have a dark streak at binding near lead pickup volume knob. Light scratches in bass side lower bout. Finish sides have light scratching and bumps. The finish on the neck and back has light overspray and minor uneven binding scraping. There is a light patina on tuners and tuning pegs. The headstock does have a large chip near the diamond inlay that is more noticeable in photos but you do see it.

The guitar comes with a playability warranty as well as lifton styled case. Check it out at

1982 Gibson Explorer II E/2

Wow! This uber-rare white 1982 Gibson Explorer E/2 checks all the cool boxes. Only produced for four years, the Gibson Explorer II, also called the E2, was intended to serve as an update to the original Gibson Explorer. A few key differences that set the E2 apart included a five-piece maple or maple/walnut body that was contoured and sported beveled edges, as well as a few cosmetic appointments for differentiation.  This E/2 is in overall good condition for a 40-year-old guitar that has spent most of its life in a case. There is some finish checking here and there, with most being where the binding, nut, and headstock meet. The neck is a fat 50’s so not for the smaller hands. The action is very nice, and it almost plays “Rock You Like a Hurricane” by itself. This E/2 isn’t light, so you’ll need to pump some iron before rocking out. It’s an honest guitar with all its original parts, including its Dirty Fingers pickups. Check it out here.