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Tuning Keys
The headstock of the Don Felder "Hotel California" 1959 Les Paul is equipped with vintage Kluson-style tuners with green "keystone" buttons and stamped-steel covers plated in nickel. Tuning Keys
Trussrod Cover
The truss rod cover on the Don Felder "Hotel California" 1959 Les Paul follows the period-correct "antique bell" shape of the originals, and is made from black and white vinyl plastic. Trussrod Cover
Strap Buttons
The guitar's aluminum strap buttons are the same style and design that Gibson has used since the early 1950s. Strap Buttons
Pickguard
The guitar carries a vintage cream Les Paul Standard pickguard. Pickguard
Bridge
In the image of its predecessor, the Don Felder "Hotel California" 1959 Les Paul carries a Tune-o-matic bridge that is made from zinc and plated in chrome. This bridge provides a firm seating for the strings, allowing the player to adjust and fine-tune the intonation and string height in a matter of minutes. It also yields excellent coupling between strings and body, maximizing resonance, tone, and sustain. Bridge
Tailpiece
Every Tune-o-matic bridge is combined with a separate "stopbar" tailpiece, which is essentially a modified version of the earlier wraparound bridge that's designed to further enhance the connection between the strings and the body. The Don Felder "Hotel California" 1959 Les Paul's stopbar tailpiece is also plated in chrome. Tailpiece
Control Knobs
The Don Felder "Hotel California" 1959 Les Paul's Volume and Tone controls carry historically correct gold "Top Hat" knobs. Control Knobs
Strings
The Don Felder "Hotel California" 1959 Les Paul is fitted with vintage strings, sizes .010-.046.