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GIBSON MARK KNOPFLER 1958 LES PAUL AGED AND SIGNED #44

24000,00 19990,00 TTC

It’s a bird … it’s a plane … it’s a GIBSON MARK KNOPFLER 1958 LES PAUL AGED & SIGNED !!!!

# 44 sur 50 pour le monde entier !

 

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Gibson Mark Knopfler 1958 Les Paul AGED & SIGNED numéro 44 sur 50 pour le monde entier

C’est une guitare d’exception , et le Guitarium est fier de vous proposer cette pièce convoitée .

Chaque detail de cet instrument est conforme à la Les Paul originale de Mark Knopfler , qui signe de sa main l’arrière de la tête , avalidant definitivement le caractère hors du commun de cette production (très) limitée .

L’exemplaire que nous avons la chance de vous proposer à la vente est en état absolument neuf , et possède evidemment son certificat d’authenticité et son étui d’origine .

 

 

 

The Gibson Custom Mark Knopfler 1958 Les Paul Aged & Signed is a precise replica of Mark’s original ‘58, a favored live and recording companion of one of the most revered players and writers of our time. As multi-platnum hit makers Dire Straits entered the second and most successful phase of their career, singer, songwriter and lead guitarist Mark Knopfler was looking for a new sound to change things up, and he found it in the powerful tone and sultry playing feel of a stunning original ’58 Les Paul ’Burst. This guitar’s thick, meaty tone has logged signature riffs on many hits since, and become a cornerstone of this influential British guitarist’s sound as a result. The Mark Knopfler 1958 Les Paul is handcrafted to full True Historic Specs by Gibson Custom after intense hands-on analysis of the original, in a strictly limited run of 50 Aged & Signed guitars. The results accurately match the neck profile, top carve, look, feel, and tone of an exalted original ’58 ’Burst. Its lusciously faded sunburst finish, select tonewoods, period-correct nickel hardware and plastics, tubeless Historic truss-rod, hide glue construction, rolled fingerboard binding, broken peghead edges, carefully wound Custom Bucker PAF pickups, and more all add up to a guitar that—with Mark Knopfler’s full final approval—comes closer to the original than you could ever hope to come.