Since Donnie asked...
Here's my 1992 Gibson Les Paul Standard:
It's covered with dings, scratches, and dents, has a repaired headstock break and a bunch of buckle rash. I need about ten more years before it really starts to look properly broken in. I've got four bands and fifteen years worth of gigs on this thing.
It's got a neck pickup from a 70's Ibanez Artist, and a first run Seymour Duncan Seth Lover in the bridge (first run is signed by Lover and Duncan on the baseplate). I use this in my cover band, so it's very much a pickup choice that let's me cover a bit of everything; it sounds great whether we're playing classic rock, pop, country, or modern rock. When I was playing metal on it, it worked well with a Jazz/Custom set.
2011 Gibson Buckethead Les Paul Studio.
496R Neck pickup and a 500T bridge. Push-pull tone knob splits the bridge(found that out about a week after I had it ). Baked maple board. 27" scale. Over sized chambered mahogany body w/ maple cap. Oversized headstock. Schaller locking tuners. 24 frets, etc...
LOVE this thing to death! Sounds fucking fantastic. Made it's live gig debut last night and the most common compliment I got was "That thing is FUCKING AWESOME!"