First released in 1969, the Gibson Les Paul Deluxe saw the introduction of the mini humbucker to the Les Paul lineup. Mini humbuckers retain the hum-free performance of their full-sized cousins but with a clearer and brighter tonality. This reimagined version has features inspired by those early models from the 1970s, with a mahogany body, bound maple top and bound mahogany neck. Additionally, the Les Paul Deluxe 70s includes vintage-style Keystone tuners, a GraphTech nut and a traditional Les Paul control layout with two Volume and two Tone controls wired with Orange Drop capacitors.

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