Gibson Murphy Lab 1958 Les Paul Ultra-Light Aged in Dirty Lemon Burst

Live draw 27th February 2023 @ 6:00 PM
1999 tickets available
Maximum 80 tickets per person

£3.99Per Entry

This competition has now closed. Good luck everyone, we'll catch you in the live draw!



One of the most revered guitars of all time accurately replicated by the Custom Shop’s amazing Murphy Lab, so be excited!

For a period of about 3 years (1958-1960 give or take a few months either side..) these guitars were produced in extremely low numbers and now reach hundreds of thousands of Pounds in today’s collectors market. What we have here is a sympathetically aged Murphy Lab rendition of this first year of production of ‘The Burst’ and what a stunning guitar it is!

Created by some of the finest craftspeople in the world, built with care from the highest quality tone woods, hardware and period correct pickups this guitar not only looks like the originals but has the midrange punch huge sustain and clear note definition that made these guitars the most sought after and valuable guitars of all time. With what we consider a perfect 50s neck it’s both comfortable, fast and provides a huge level of string bending sustain.

  • Gibson Murphy Lab 1958 Les Paul Ultra-Light Aged in Dirty Lemon Burst
  • 2021 model in superb condition (but of course it’s aged!)
  • Nitrocellulose Lacquer, Murphy Lab Ultra-Light Aged
  • Mahogany body 
  • Flame maple top, hide glue fit 
  • Mahogany neck 
  • Rosewood fretboard 
  • Inlays: Aged Cellulose Nitrate Trapezoid
  • ABR-1 bridge and stop tail 
  • Custom Custombucker humbucking pickups 
  • Gibson Custom Shop hardcase

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This competition is open to UK residents aged 18 or over.

You may enter this competition up to 80 times.

You will be randomly allocated your ticket number(s) when ordering and you will receive an email confirmation.

The total amount of tickets for this competition is (1999).

If all tickets do not sell out, the draw will happen on February 27, 2023 regardless.

You must answer the competition question correctly to be entered into the live draw. Incorrect entries will not be notified or entered into the live draw.

The live draw will take place on the Guitar Gear Giveaway Facebook page and the Guitar Talk Youtube channel using Google’s random number generator to select the winning ticket number from all Entrants.

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How many times can I enter this competition?

You can enter this competition up to 80 times.

How do I get my number?

Once your order has been placed your ticket number(s) will be randomly allocated and will show on your order confirmation. They will also be emailed to you, and will be available in the my account area.

How is the winner chosen?

The draw is done live on Facebook using a random number generator to determine the winning ticket number. You’ll be contacted directly if you have won.

Can the draw date change?

If all the entries are sold sooner the draw will be brought forward. Keep updated on the confirmed draw date via our Facebook page and website.