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    Street price for Custom 68 Reissue?

    Hello everyone, my co-worker is selling me his Gibson Les Paul Custom 68 Reissue (black) guitar and a Tri-Burst. His asking price is $2500 each. How much is it going for now?
    Also, what is the verdict on this custom shop reissue? Thanks!

    Here's my 1997 LP Custom I bought recently. Gave her a nice setup and She plays really nice.


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    Re: Street price for Custom 68 Reissue?

    Nice guitar. Why don't you check completed listings on eBay to get an idea of what they're selling for?

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    Re: Street price for Custom 68 Reissue?

    I recently picked up an aged authentic 68 RI for $2100... It's a great guitar!
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    RIP Les Paul

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    Re: Street price for Custom 68 Reissue?

    Quote Originally Posted by blues2metal View Post
    Hello everyone, my co-worker is selling me his Gibson Les Paul Custom 68 Reissue (black) guitar and a Tri-Burst. His asking price is $2500 each. How much is it going for now?
    Also, what is the verdict on this custom shop reissue? Thanks!
    If you really like your 97, have you considered getting something other than another humbucker Custom?

    What about an R4 Goldtop or R4 Les Paul Custom (alnico and p-90)???

    Just a thought.

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    Re: Street price for Custom 68 Reissue?

    Another option, for the price that you intend to spend on both of the 68s together (sounds like you are buying both), you COULD get a real, slightly issued early 69 or 68 LPC.

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    Re: Street price for Custom 68 Reissue?

    Quote Originally Posted by moonweasel View Post
    Another option, for the price that you intend to spend on both of the 68s together (sounds like you are buying both), you COULD get a real, slightly issued early 69 or 68 LPC.
    Thanks for the response guys. I am really not looking to buy both but I wanted to buy the ebony one for the purpose of good guitar investment.

    I do not have any price idea on the LP custom unlike the R8's and R9's.

    Or maybe I will be looking to get a 2001 flamed R8. That's a good year for R8s.

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