VERY RARE TO FIND ONE OF THESE ANYMORE UNLESS A COLLECTOR WISHES TO SELL & EVEN MORE SUPER RARE TO FIND A # UNDER 10 OF ONLY 333 BEING PRODUCED OR WILL EVER BE MADE AGAIN…A MUST OWN FOR ANY GUITAR COLLECTOR OR DALE EARNHARDT FAN.
Gibson Les Paul Dale Earnhardt Limited Edition #009 – The Intimidator. This guitar in basically unplayed condition and has been kept in collector grade condition. The neck is straight and the frets are in excellent condition. It might not be dead perfect- but it’s not far from it. The finish is glossy and clean and there’s no funky odors.
Comes with the Original Gibson Custom Shop hardshell case, Certificate of Authenticity and factory racing strap as seen in the pictures.
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Les Paul Dale Earnhardt #009
|Body Material:||Solid Wood|
|Body Type:||Solid||Country/Region of Manufacture:||United States|
|String Configuration:||6 String||Country of Manufacture:||USA|
Used NM Like New condition, with a few spider cracking on the backside around where the tuner keys are.
Dale Earnhardt “The Intimidator” Gibson Les Paul Electric Guitar Serial # DE9 #09 out of 333. This guitar is in excellent condition, very clean for it’s age. The graphics were done by famous graphic artist Sam Bass. The guitar has a silver sparkle gloss finish front and back. It is made from one solid flat top piece of mahogany uncapped, & the neck is inlaid rosewood. It’s got dual humbuckers and a wrap around bridge. Volume and tone knobs made to look like lug nuts and a Simpson seat belt strap with hood pins for the guitar strap.Super RARE , this guitar comes with a Gibson fitted hard case, as part of NASCAR’s 50th anniversary celebration, musicians Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn called Sam Bass and asked him to design a one-of-a-kind guitar they wanted to present to Dale Earnhardt during a broadcast television special they were appearing in. Bass agreed to take on the project and teamed up with Gibson Guitars and created a design around some drawings of Dale. Brooks & Dunn presented the guitar to Dale, and you could tell he was quite proud to receive it. After all of this was over, Bass approached Earnhardt about doing a limited edition run of collectible guitars with driver themes. Earnhardt was hesitant at first until Bass told him that the fan response to the one Kix and Ronnie presented him had been tremendous. Earnhardt agreed to let him run with the project and Bass unveiled the first guitar in February 1999.This incredible Gibson Les Paul Dale Earnhardt electric guitar was designed by Sam Bass, and only 333 produced.