Hi guys! For your viewing pleasure, my newest acquisition: a 2014 Gibson Les Paul Traditional Pro, with a '60s neck profile and the ever lovely Goldtop finish. I have suffered from simultaneous Les Paul GAS and Goldtop GAS for a while. Feels satisfying to cure both at once. (Ha ha! He says cure!) This particular Lester Polfuss model (which my wife dubbed Goldie Hawn) is a well worn and nicely broken-in specimen (similar to the actual Goldie Hawn). She has some minor finish wear on the back, a few tiny dings around the edges, and a missing switch tip. All minor, no need to fret (bad pun alert!) Most of the imperfections aren't noticeable on first glance. Plus, they are much easier to tolerate knowing I scored her for only $1100. Also, the previous owner made some welcome modifications to the guitar. The original pickups were exchanged for a Seymour Duncan JB/59 set. And the stock active boost and coil splits were removed as well. She is now wired up like a classic LP. You can see the battery compartment on the electronics cover, but I am replacing that soon. Overall I love it so far. Definitely enjoying it. In short, it's just a bad ass workhorse guitar with great tone and sustain for days, and when paired with my Friedman JJ100 provides a sound that gives me a total "tone boner". Great example of what a Les Paul should be. Enough chatter, on to the photos! And a parting shot... Goldie Hawn with her adoptive family. Thanks for looking!