In the late 1970s, the Custom Van craze defined automotive culture in the same way the Gibson Les Paul Custom defined the sound of rock music.
And both the Street Vans and the Les Pauls of the 1970s have seen a resurgence in popularity over the past few years, prompting this fun mash-up -- the Les Paul Custom "Boogie Van." Each guitar features unique three-tone paint schemes, custom chrome hardware, a 1970s-style three piece maple neck, underwound Super '74 humbuckers, and a hot-stamped truss rod cover with "Boogie Van" artwork.
Stop Bar (tailpiece type), figured Maple (top material)
Nitrocellulose Lacquer (body finish), Stop Bar (tailpiece type), 12 (fretboard radius), Chrome (hardware color), Chrome Hub Cap (knobs), 70s Small D Shape, 0.8" at 1st Fret, 0.96" at 12th Fret (neck shape), Corian (nut material), 2.240", 56.89mm (neck end board width), 10-13-17-26-36-46 (strings)