A Murphy Masterpiece.
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For as long as Gibson Custom Shop has been making reproductions of vintage sunburst Les Paul Standard guitars, Tom Murphy has been perfecting the craft of capturing the magic and vibe of the originals. From his distinctive sunburst finishes to his elaborately detailed aging process, Tom considers his creations to be playable works of art, providing owners with the vintage experience without the six-figure price of an original. This limited run Murphy Painted & Aged Les Paul Standard captures Tom's vision of the perfect Les Paul Standard from start to finish. Each guitar features handpicked Murphy woods, a three-dimensional Murphy sunburst finish, extensive Murphy aging, and a special Murphy historic serial number sequence.
Body
Wood Species:
Lightweight Solid Mahogany Body, Handpicked 2 Piece Figured Maple Top, Hide Glue Fit
Finish:
Nitrocellulose Lacquer
Neck
Material
Solid Mahogany, Long Tenon, Hide Glue Fit
Neck Profile
Murphy Medium C-Shape
Scale Length
24.75", 62.865cm
Fingerboard Material
Solid Rosewood, Hide Glue Fit
Fingerboard Radius
12"
Number of Frets
22
Frets
Historic Medium-Jumbo
Nut Material
Nylon
Nut Width
1.687", 42.85mm
End of Board Width
2.240", 56.89mm
Inlays
Cellulose Trapezoid
Truss Rod
50s Tubeless
Finishes

Murphy Sunburst

Hardware
Finish
Nickel
Bridge
ABR-1
Tailpiece
Lightweight Aluminum
Tuning Machines
Single Band Kluson Deluxe
Pick Guard
Replica Laminated Acrylic
Control Knobs
Replica Butyrate Gold Top Hats
Switch Tip
Replica Catalin
Switch Washer
Replica Acrylic
Jack Plate Cover
Replica Laminated Acrylic
Electronics
Neck Pickup
Custombucker
Bridge Pickup
Custombucker
Controls
2 500K CTS Volume Pots, 2 500K CTS Tone Pots, Hand-Wired Harness with Bumblebee Capacitors, Switchcraft Toggle Switch
Accessories
Strings
10-13-17-26-36-46
Case
Aged Lacquer Brown/Pink Custom Shop
Other
Switch Plate Medallion (w/ Extra Black Plastic Cover in the Case), Gibson Custom Shop Certificate of Authenticity
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