Gibson Les Paul – Lester Polfuss Patent Print

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Gibson Les Paul – Lester Polfuss Patent Print

Lester Polfuss was the real name of Les Paul, the celebrated guitarist and inventor.

He was actively involved in the design of the Gibson guitar that had his name, but this is the only patent he had on any part of it. The patent relates to a trapeze bridge which is illustrated in the patent drawing fixed to an Epiphone arch top. The bridge only lasted one year before it was replaced with a fixed bridge.

The guitar shown here is a gold top guitar from that period, showing the original trapeze bridge and P-90 pickups.

The purchased print is a high resolution image and will not have a watermark.

  • 10” W x 8” H
  • Printed on fine archival paper
  • Composite art © 2014 by John M. Pattenden
  • Unframed

 



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Music Notes

Most Western music is based on a system of notation that evolved around 1600 out of earlier practices. The starting point for any opera is the full score, which contains all individual voices and instruments arranged in a specific order on the page. The written music—representing the sounds a composer creates in his head—then comes to life performed by singers onstage and played by the orchestra.

 

 

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