The 1968 Gibson Les Paul Custom Electric Guitar includes a beautifully carved maple top, chambered mahogany body, lavish white/black body binding, single-piece mahogany neck with rounded profile, and ... Click To Read More About This Product
The 1968 Gibson Les Paul Custom Electric Guitar includes a beautifully carved maple top, chambered mahogany body, lavish white/black body binding, single-piece mahogany neck with rounded profile, and a long-tenon neck joint. The bound ebony fretboard has 22 frets and pearl block inlays. The headstock has a classic split diamond inlay. Hardware and electronics include a pair of '57 Classic humbuckers that give it bark and bite while dual volume and tone controls and 3-way pickup switching give you tonal versatility.
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I own the Triburst color and I have had it for 2 yrs. I am real happy with the feel of the neck and playability and the sound of the 57' humbuckers specially when overdriven.
This is a awesome les paul , it got the chambered body, it's the first time I see a chambered LP custom , the great that the pickups are the 57's , so it sounds realy great , and it still is confortable and feels great as a lp custom. I realy recommend this guitar , it plays and sonds great and the finish is what you can expect from the Gibson custom
There's a lot of guitars out there playing Rock and the Blues, but they just don't have that bite and warmth of a Les Paul Custom. This is not to say that the Les Paul is not just as at home playing Jazz or Country, because it is. From slide to finger picking to flat picking the Les Paul sounds rich and full. If you're looking for your signature sound you owe to yourself to strap one on and give it a try it might open the door to a whole new world of musical expression, it did for me.