Originally released in 1983, the Les Paul Studio's stripped-down ethos offers a less ornate, yet genuine American-made Les Paul with traditional tonewoods, a fast '60s-style neck and a pair of Gibson's Modern Classic 490R/498T pickups.
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The Les Paul Traditional Pro II gives you to-die-for vintage looks and feel with added coil-splitting and an onboard user-adjustable 10dB boost for a versatile array of incredible humbucking and single-coil tones.
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Today's Les Paul Standard is crafted with all the classic ingredients that have made this guitar a legend-with modern upgrades including an asymmetrical SlimTaper neck profile, coil-splitting, phase reversal and a Pure Bypass switch.
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With all the fat, sweet, snarling Les Paul tone that purists love, the Traditional plays, sounds and feels like the Les Pauls that today's players grew up listening to and lusting after.
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Available in '50s, '60s, '70s and Studio '70s models, the Les Paul Tribute series captures the look, tone and feel of a great Les Paul from one of three different decades-each stripped down for no-nonsense vibe and incredible value.
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Min-ETune is a compact, battery-powered tuning unit attached to the back of the headstock-an available upgrade on several Les Paul models including the Studio, Signature "T" and Tribute series-that keeps your guitar perfectly in tune.
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In addition to their most popular Les Paul models, Gibson's vast array ranges from guitars equipped with modern digital electronics to classic models inspired by the guitar's earliest production runs.
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Blending timeless tonewoods with high-end appointments, the Les Paul Studio Deluxe II boasts built-in coil-splitting and an onboard 10dB boost while Grover tuning machines ensure smooth, accurate tuning.
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