With its Ultra-Modern weight-relieved mahogany body, versatile electronics and stunning finish, it's little wonder that this extremely limited-edition Les Paul Studio Deluxe is in such high demand. The latest descendant of the 1983 original, the pair of BurstBucker pickups offer vintage tone for days, but with coil-split and coil-select options for... Click To Read More About This Product
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With its Ultra-Modern weight-relieved mahogany body, versatile electronics and stunning finish, it's little wonder that this extremely limited-edition Les Paul Studio Deluxe is in such high demand. The latest descendant of the 1983 original, the pair of BurstBucker pickups offer vintage tone for days, but with coil-split and coil-select options for extremely flexible switching on four push/pull pots, plus the Pure Boost circuit, is capable of any exploring new sonic spaces you can imagine.
Body Body Type | Not Specified Cutaway | Single Cutaway Top Wood | Not Specified Body Wood Back and Sides | Not Specified Body Bracing Pattern | Not Specified Body Finish | Gloss Orientation | Right Handed Neck Neck Shape | SlimTaper Nut Width | 1.69 in. (43 mm) Fretboard | Rosewood Neck Wood | Mahogany Scale Length | 24.75" Number of Frets | 22 Neck Finish | Gloss Electronics Acoustic/Electric | Not Specified Other Headstock Overlay | Not Specified Tuning Machines | Grover kidney Bridge | Not Specified Saddle and Nut | Not Specified Number of Strings | 6 String Case | Hard Shell Case Accessories Included | Not Specified Country of Origin | United States
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Comments about Gibson Limited Edition Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:
I played jazz, hard rock, and metal with my first Les Paul in the early 80s and sold it after I enlisted; my primary guitar is a Carvin DC400 I had built specifically for me. Now I play in a contemporary Christian worship band and I needed an option with more versatile tone under clean or crunch conditions, so I wanted another Les Paul. This model provides flexibility with coil tap/selector options, boost, and the electronics are very responsive. It did not take long to adjust to this guitar because the slim taper neck is similar to my Carvin and plays fast and light. Complaints: I struggled a bit with the initial intonation and tuning, the neck area strap button came out during my first worship service, and the battery compartment would not fully open.
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