9 lbs. 7 oz. Okay, gonna try to keep this short and sweet. 1974 20th Anniversary Les Paul Custom. Never broken. Not crazy heavy. Plays great. Has a few cosmetic issues. Interested yet? You oughta be, 'cause it's a nice guitar. Fat sounding patent number pickups. The pickups ARE microphonic. If you don't use high gain, you'll be fine, but if you do, you'll want to have them wax potted. We'll leave that up to you. If you'd like us to pot them, we'll be happy to for an additional 100 dollars. You make the call. The cosmetic issues, such as severe gold plating wear, and moisture damage to the finish on the back end and rear, don't really do much to detract from the overall appeal of the guitar. It presents well. Has had one knob replaced, and one knob cracked and glued back together. Seems to have been refretted with a larger fret size. The truss rod cover has been replaced. Not a lot of finish wear though. That's mostly intact. The face of the guitar and the back of the neck are in pretty great shape. A few dings and nicks, but no big patches of missing finish. The most wear is in the classic "belt buckle" area. There are a few lacquer checks here and there. It's just a solid example of a '70's Les Paul. If you're looking for pristine, this is not the one for you. If that isn't as important to you as structural integrity, this might be the one for you. Especially if you want one that weighs a little less than the norm for that era. It's still hefty, but not the typical "boat anchor". So much for keepin' this short and sweet, give us a call, or swing by and check it out in person. It's nice. We promise...
With chainsaw Gibson case.