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I came across mine by chance. You may need to play a few: mine sounds significantly better (and is heavier) than a similar one played. The not-so-good news is that the finish isn't great, (soft, marks easily) perfunctory rather than good. However, the sound is totally killer. I have had many Les Pauls ... over many years, and this one screams ... significantly. The bridge PU is about 14K (but never let DC resistance fool you) and sounds truly amazing. The quasi active electronics gives you some interesting tonal possibilities, like a "wah" on the neck pickup. Mine is very, very heavy. Fat neck like the oldies. Allegedly these are quite faithful 1959 copies in construction, and thus could be considered very inexpensive '59 repros, far less than other Gibson '59 reissues. Sound wise, I've never played a more demonic sounding LP. Its is the only LP I now own.