One of the most lauded guitarists of the 60s, although perhaps still ironically underrated, was Peter Green. Although we would never want to directly copy an artist’s guitar, this was very much the source of inspiration.
The main features of this guitar that separate it from a regular ‘59 are a lightweight body, darkened brown back and an ultra aged exterior.
It goes without saying that all of Gibson’s most recent appointments spec wise are included in this guitar. We feel that heavy ages abundantly transforms the tonal capacities of the guitar, opening up its dynamism, attack and edge. You can gracefully and effortlessly drift from soothing jazz to rip roaring rock n roll, it all depends where you want to take it. One of the finest Les Paul’s we’ve ever held or handled.