Introduced in 1993, the Nighthawk represented a radical change from traditional Gibson designs. While its maple-capped mahogany body and set neck were reminiscent of the classic Gibson Les Paul, the Nighthawk incorporated a number of characteristics more commonly associated with Fender guitars. But the Nighthawk was not a commercial success; production of all models was discontinued in 1998 after only five years.
This Nighthawk Custom (CST) has a decorated flame maple top. The headstock, body, and neck are bound, and the neck has crown-shaped inlays. The color options were antique natural, fireburst, and translucent amber. The guitar has an M-series mini-humbucker in the neck position and an M-series slanted humbucker at the bridge.
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