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Gibson Les Paul

by on Dec.27, 2012, under Guitar Talk

Gibson Les Paul ClassicPurchasing a Gibson Les Paul can be a lot of fun and owning this instrument can really help make you sound like a pro. Let’s take a look at some of the finer models and help you determine whether or not they’re right for you.

Gibson Les Paul Studio Faded Electric Guitar

Almost everyone who starts playing guitar is immediately attracted to the electric. It symbolizes rock ‘n’ roll and these instruments are very diverse in their sound. The Gibson Les Paul Studio Faded Electric Guitar has tonal characteristics that break away from traditional sounds. Needless to say, it is perfect for almost any studio musician who is obsessed with controlling their sound in the studio.

This electric guitar is relatively easy-going on the price tag and has a long life expectancy compared to similar models. This means that even if you’re a newbie that you’ll still be able to keep it as your skills increase. This Gibson Les Paul is highly desirable and often preferred by most guitarists who want to cover a wide spectrum of genres.

Gibson Les Paul Studio ’50s Tribute Electric Guitar

This Gibson Les Paul was designed and constructed around a traditional design. It is a tribute to earlier models and has 22 frets with a maple fingerboard. It has a grain texture with a satin finish and is filled with ebony. However, it still remains a traditional and warm texture that isn’t too overbearing on the eyes. In terms of sound, you really can’t go wrong.

Gibson Limited Run Les Paul Studio ’60s Tribute Electric Guitar

This is a solid model that has a mahogany body that a maple top. The wood tone in this electric guitar is very unique and really adds a layer of visual dynamics that won’t be found in other models. It is equipped versatile tuners that are durable and that really help you focus on the sound that you are searching for.

Gibson Les Paul Custom Electric Guitar

This ebony colored Gibson Les Paul was initially introduced to guitarists’ way back in 1954. It was originally called “The Black Beauty” and “The Fretless Wonder” because of its versatility. It has always maintained a higher degree of quality than other models and really stands apart from the other Gibson Les Paul models. Besides ebony, it comes in a few other colors that you can choose from upon purchasing.

Gibson Les Paul Traditional Guitar

You will be surprised when you discover how much playability this model offers. String buzz is dramatically decreased when you purchase the Gibson Less Paul Traditional Guitar and you’ll receive a mahogany body and a pair of hum buckers that are classic and derive from the 1957 version of the older model.  This look helps classic players feel more at home while they are playing.

No solid Gibson Les Paul would be complete without a beautiful maple top and speed knobs that are constructed by Gibson. There is a large deal of chrome located on this guitar and there are whammy bars that will allow you to bend all of the notes at the same time. This electric guitar is something that ’80s rock fans will die for.

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