Gibson Custom Shop Standard Historic 1959 Les Paul Standard Reissue VOS in Sunrise Tea Burst

£6.99Per Entry

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Live draw 3rd February 2022 @ 5:00 PM
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Up for grabs is this incredible Gibson Custom Shop Les Paul with a current market value of over £4,000 😮 Do not miss your chance to win this dream guitar!

5 Prizes To Be Won:

1st Place – Gibson Custom Shop Standard Historic 1959 Les Paul Standard Reissue VOS in Sunrise Tea Burst

2nd Place – £20 Site Credit (600 TGM Points)

3rd Place – £10 Site Credit (300 TGM Points)

4th Place – £10 Site Credit (300 TGM Points)

5th Place – £10 Site Credit (300 TGM Points)

While all 1958-60 Les Paul’s are among the most sought-after electric guitars ever made, the ’59 Burst is often considered among enthusiasts to be the créme de la créme of the range. With sales of the Les Paul declining every year since 1952, the year after its release, Gibson decided in 1958 to update the look of the model with an elegant Sunburst finish. Guitars from that first year of the Burst’s production often had relatively plain maple tops, but through the course of 1959, Gibson’s craftsmen built Les Pauls with tops that displayed more and more highly-figured grains, making these among the most collectible of the breed today. The 1959 Les Paul Standard Reissue from Gibson’s Custom Shop accurately recreates the original hallowed ’59 Burst in every detail.

This Standard Historic spec ’59 Reissue includes the following improvements over previous incarnations of Historic guitars: a one-piece Rosewood fingerboard, Kluson Deluxe machine heads, hot-hide glue neck fit, a Historic Truss Rod assembly with no tubing, accurate body and fingerboard binding colour, Custom Bucker pickups and period-correct Aniline dye.

  • 2015 Standard Historic Model
  • Excellent Condition
  • Sunrise Tea Burst Nitrocellulose Finish
  • 1-Piece Solid Mahogany Body
  • Carved Figured Maple Top
  • Single-Ply Cream Binding
  • 1-Piece Mahogany Neck with Long Neck Tenon
  • 1-Piece Indian Rosewood Fretboard
  • Early ’50s Rounded Neck Profile
  • Period-Correct Red Aniline Dye
  • Historic Truss Rod Assembly
  • 12″ Radius
  •  24.75″ Scale Length
  • Cellulose Trapezoid Inlays
  • Holly Headstock Veneer with Pearl logo
  • 2 Volume Controls & 2 Tone Controls
  • Bumblebee Capacitors
  • Kluson Deluxe Tuners
  • ABR-1 Bridge
  • Lightweight Aluminum Stopbar Tailpiece
  • Custom Bucker Pickups
  • Includes Gibson Custom Shop Hardshell Case & Original Case Candy

This competition is open to residents of the UK aged 18 or over. You can enter this competition up to 30 times. This competition will close at 4:00 pm on February 3, 2022. The live draw for this competition will be at 5:00 pm on February 3, 2022. You can watch the draw LIVE on our Facebook page and YouTube channel. We will also be posting updates on this competition and future competitions on social media so make sure you are following us! To enter for free, please see our terms & conditions. If entering our competitions either by post or online please ensure you have read and agree to our terms & conditions, if your entries do not comply with the terms they will not be included in the draw. Please note you must sign up for an account before making your entry! Entries without an account cannot be processed. You must add your billing address to your account in order for your entries to be processed.

How many times can I enter this competition?

You can enter this competition up to 30 times.

How do I get my ticket number?

Once your order has been placed your ticket number(s) will be randomly allocated and will show on your order confirmation. They will also be emailed to you, and will be available in the My Account area.

How is the winner chosen?

The draw is hosted live on our Facebook page and YouTube channel using a random number generator to determine the winning ticket number. You’ll be contacted directly if you have won.

Can the draw date change?

If all the entries are sold sooner the draw will be brought forward. We have never (and will never) extend a competition’s draw date. Keep updated on the confirmed draw date via our Facebook page and website.