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Gibson Les Paul Studio 60′s Tribute Electric Guitar, Satin Ebony

Gibson Les Paul Studio 60′s Tribute Electric Guitar, Satin Ebony

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Gibson Les Paul Studio 60′s Tribute Electric Guitar, Satin Ebony

Gibson Les Paul Studio 60's Tribute Electric Guitar, Satin Ebony

  • Chambered Mahogany Back, with Carved Maple Leading
  • Slim Taper 60′s style neck profile
  • two Gibson P-90 Sigle Coil pickups with “orange Drop” Vintage style capacitors
  • Includes Deluxe Gig Bag

Think you can’t afford a genuine Gibson? Effectively, feel again! The iconic Les Paul style is enhanced with a torrified maple fingerboard for added definition, and the solid mahogany back adds a dark stained back for added beauty.

List Price tag: $ 1,399.00

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  1. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic Guitar, February 28, 2012
    This review is from: Gibson Les Paul Studio 60′s Tribute Electric Guitar, Satin Ebony (Electronics)

    Buy this guitar. Do it. I promise you’ll love it. You see some negative about it, but this is from people who think that binding and shiny paint is worth more than another $1,000. It’s not. On stage, this guitar looks amazing. I like the stripped down studio look. It was made to rock. If you love P-90s, you will love this guitar. If you don’t know what P-90s sound like, go play some. Don’t buy this and get upset because they don’t sound like humbuckers. This is a Gibson though-and-through. The quality is there, the sound is there and the looks are there. This is an amazing guitar. If you want to spend more for looks, then do it. Don’t buy this because it’s cheap, buy it because you love it. I wanted a new guitar with P-90s but I didn’t want a Les Paul because I hate the weight. This solved both of those problems.

    I will note a few cons:
    - It will probably need a set-up. My action was pretty high.
    - It comes with a gig bag. If you travel with your guitar, you will be constantly nervous. Prepare to pay another $80 or so to get a hard case. Or find one used.
    - I am not in love with the slightly worn through look on the top edge and the bottom horn. It’s not a big deal. I just don’t love it, but it’s ok.

    That’s it. I can’t think of anything else I don’t like about it. It’s all love here.

    One last note on the paint. This is a satin finish (I have the ebony). It’s actually pretty nice looking. It’s not super shiny like a regular studio, but not cheap looking like a Goth Les Paul/Epiphone. It has a little bit of a gloss to it, but it’s pretty matte. I like it. It looks tough. I was worried about the finish until I opened it. It’s great.

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