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$34.99 MSRP: $44.99 Save : $10.00 (22%)
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Keep your Gibson all Gibson with the Genuine Historic ’61 Truss Rod Cover

Straight from Gibson Guitar’s Historic Re-issue guitars come Gibson Gear’s new Historic Spec series – parts that have been specially designed to replicate the original parts used by Gibson in the late 1950s. Guitar aficionados might recognize the style of this Historic ’61 Truss Rod Cover from the original batch of Gibson SGs (which were actually called Les Pauls). With the guitar legend’s name etched in script, this cover looks just like the original – down to the extra amount of white plastic visible underneath the black piece. Gibson precisely glues together the two pieces, just like in the old days. What’s more, this is the first time ever that Gibson is offering this Les Paul truss rod cover as a stand-alone item!

Get yours today; with the Sam Ash Direct 45/60day return/ price protection policy, we assure the best price and a fast, free delivery.

Gibson Iten No PRTR-061

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  • Truss Rod Cover
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’61 Truss Rod Cover

The manufacturer's warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship for the lifetime of the product. The warranty excludes damage from misuse, abuse, and contains other exclusions.