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Gibson 2014 Les Paul Studio Pro Electric Guitar
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The upscale guitar joins the anniversary celebration with some sweet upgrades.

The Gibson 2014 Les Paul Studio Pro Electric Guitar celebrates Gibson's 120th Anniversary in style. It has a mahogany body with modern weight relief and a maple top. The mahogany neck has a '60s slim taper. The bound rosewood fingerboard has a compound radius, trapezoid inlays and sports a 120th Anniversary banner at the 12th fret. Other key features include 57 Classic and BurstBucker pro pickups, push/pull coil split with orange drop capacitors, max grip speed knobs, vintage-style tuners, Graph Tech nut and chrome tune-o-matic bridge. Includes case.

Gibson 2014 Les Paul Studio Pro Electric Guitar Features:

  • Body: Mahogany /“Modern” weight relief
    Top: AA Maple
    Neck: Mahogany, ‘60s Slim taper
    Fingerboard: Compound radius bound rosewood with trapezoid inlays
    Hardware: Chrome tune-o-matic, with Grover Kidney tuners
    Electronics: 57 Classic and Burst bucker pro, push/pull coil split with orange drop capacitors
    Finish: New candy/pearl paint with high gloss lacquer
    Plastics: Black max grip speed knobs
    Case: Vintage Brown Hardshell

    Special 120th Anniversary Features
    Banner inlay on all instruments at the 12th fret
    Max grip speed knobs
    New extra large strap button
    Undercut fret over binding on all bound guitars
    Cleartone coated strings
    Graph Tech nut
    Cryogenic treated fret wire for longer life and corrosion resistance
    Historic Brown/Pink case

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  • Don't let the lower price fool you!

    As reviewed by tiberius on 8/31/2014

    The 2014 Gibson Les Paul Studio Pro 120th Anniversary guitar is much better than the more expensive models, I tried just about all of them and this Les Paul Studio Pro model is by far my favorite, especially with the slimmer tapered neck, it's absolutely perfect and hard to put down once you start playing it. Please don't let the lower price fool you, sure, it doesn't have the fancy double binding and other fancy cosmetics, but in my opinion it actually looks better without the binding. It sounds perfect for country music to heavy metal and everything in between. Save your hard earned money and invest in a high quality tube amp and you'll see for yourself what I'm talking about. For you die-hard single coil Fender lovers, the answer is YES, you can make it sound just like any Fender with it's push/pull coil split, and don't forget the orange drop capacitors. For beginner to pro, you can't go wrong with this baby.

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  • Looks and Plays Like A Dream

    As reviewed by Dalton Mayer on 5/15/2014

    I originally went into Guitar Center expecting to buy a Gibson Les Paul Studio VG Flame Top. After playing that for about half an hour and looking it over, I was a little disappointed. I then browsed the wall for other LPs and the Gibson 2014 Les Paul Studio Pro Electric Guitar in Tobacco Burst Candy caught my eye. At first the Pro just looked nicer: all chrome hardware, maple top, and a beautiful finish. When I played it, I felt it was all around better as well. It was a little lighter, which is always nice for a Les Paul because they tend to weigh more than most guitars. The action was so smooth and fast, the neck and frets felt perfect and allowed to slide up and down with ease. The resonance was amazing, anything I played from chords to notes sounded and held their sound and tone for as long as you can expect, unplugged or plugged into the Orange amp I tried it out on in store. I?ve had this guitar for about 2 months now and it still looks, plays, and even smells like it did when I first bought it! I adore this guitar; I look at it and admire it a lot throughout the day, every day. I play it almost daily and it stays in tune very well, I only need to retune it about once or twice a week. I normally would have changed the strings by now (8 weeks) but they still feel and sound like new so I guess I?ll wait another month or so. It came with the brown Gibson hard shell case with pink lining and it fits perfectly and safely. If you have the money I would highly recommend getting this guitar. Even if you don?t have the money, I applied for a Guitar Center Gear Card and that helped pay for a lot of it. I?ve wanted a Gibson Les Paul for about a decade and I?m so excited to finally have such a beautiful one. I definitely recommend the Tobacco Burst Candy, it?s so beautiful, and it looks like it?s worth twice as much as I paid. I hope anyone thinking about getting a Les Paul will highly consider getting this model and finish.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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  • Looks Amazing and Plays Just as well

    As reviewed by Lee on 11/7/2014

    $1,400 is a lot of money for me to spend on a guitar, but this was worth easily that much and more. I got the teal blue candy color, which is the most beautiful paint job I've ever seen on a guitar. The frets on mine were well sanded and didn't cause any discomfort while playing, and the 50's style neck makes stretches that much easier. That being said, the thinner neck is slightly weaker than a standard 60's style. This thing plays so fluidly, it's easier to play than any other guitar I've ever played, including Ibanez and Schecter guitars of around the same price range. The coil tapping ability makes this the most versatile guitar out there for under $2,000 that I've found- and it sounds and plays better than most all of them, too. The action is comfortable and the guitar is light. I've owned this guitar for about 6 months now and it hasn't faded in any way, it's been able to handle any style of music I throw at it, from heavy metal to blues. The only down side I can find is that, since I use bends on almost every lick, the guitar has to be re-tuned too frequently. Overall this is by far the best guitar for its price.

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