Jaws will drop as you reflect the stage lights around the room with the Gibson Les Paul New Century. The full-body mirror top is complemented by an equally flashy matching mirror truss rod cover and m... Click To Read More About This Product
Jaws will drop as you reflect the stage lights around the room with the Gibson Les Paul New Century. The full-body mirror top is complemented by an equally flashy matching mirror truss rod cover and mirror dot fretboard inlays. Underneath the glam and glitz, it's pure Gibson muscle, though. Constructed with a traditional mahogany body and neck, fast '60s neck profile, rosewood fingerboard, and 490R and 498T alnico humbuckers. Chrome hardware.
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I bought this guitar about 3 months ago, I took it and sat down and played it for a while, it sounds absolutely fantastic, but when you play a show like I do at some rowdy bar, this thing reflects the light yeah its cool and all for the people watching you but with all the reflections you cant even see what string your hitting, so youll have to improvise, other than that it is a fantastic sounding guitar, not so much worth the price, I suggest buying one that doesn't blind you.
when I saw this guitar i said i have to play this guitar.I picked it up and i said wow,it feels like an sg.i plugged it in half expecting it to sound like one and it kicked like a les paul.i'm saving up for it and hope to own it soon.
Not much can be said about a Les Paul that would discourage a customer. It has an "are we there yet?" length of distain and quality that is backed up by almost half a century of success. This new Les Paul reflects Gibson's reputation more than ever with its full-body mirror. Although the mirror can attract many fingerprints of drooling onlookers...Thats whats expected.
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