Since that time, there have been many requests for reissued models of Les Paul models used by big artists, and the Heritage Series “Les Paul Heritage 80 Standard” was released in the early 1980s as the forerunner of the current reissue models, with full anticipation.
The Les Paul Heritage 80 Standard is an important model in the history of Les Paul and is highly sought after and has a premier popularity.
This model is determined to be made in 1980 based on the serial, pickup date, and POT date.
The serial number on the back of the head has a 4-digit model serial number in addition to the 8-digit serial number, making it an early model in the series.
It has a fine flame maple top, 1-piece mahogany body, 3-piece mahogany neck with 17-degree small head, rosewood fingerboard, and Nashville bridge in TOM style configuration.
The wood grain is of great mass, as it was still in abundant supply at that time.
The wood grain is also
Two Tim Shaw PAF pickups are mounted, which are ink-stamped with the year and were developed for heritage use.
The sound is similar to the original PAF, which was highly reputed at the time, and the output sound is moderately dead but with a lot of power due to the fact that it has been over 40 years since it was manufactured.
Scratches on the body, dents and scratches on the back.
There are scratches on the body, dents and scuffs on the back, dull parts, and scratches on the head.
Truss rod: No problem, confirmed to 60 degrees left and right.
Neck condition: No problem
Case: Genuine hard case
Serial number: 82170587
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Condition: Some scratches, dents and marks. If you would like to know more about this specific instrument, or have general questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Accessories: Please confirm the picture.
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