Featuring two distinctive custom finish options.
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The specifications are as expected with mahogany bodies where appropriate, mahogany necks and Indian Rosewood fretboards.
For this reason, it appears that the range is about the new finishes and modern technical equipment.
The SG, Les Paul Standard ’60s and Les Paul Classic all have a BurstBucker 61R in the neck and a 61T in the bridge position. The Les Paul Standard ’50s has BurstBucker 1 (neck) and BurstBucker 2 (bridge) pickups with Alnico 2 magnets.
The ’70s Flying V comes with a pair of uncovered ’70s Tribute humbuckers, and you get P90s with cream covers on the ES-335, and with black covers for the Les Paul Special model.
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