Gibson Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar,Worn Cherry Satin
Gibson Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar,Worn Cherry Satin – Product Description:
Introduced nearly 25 years ago as a guitar for the studio musician, the Les Paul Studio has become one of the most desired Les Paul guitarss for its tremendous harmonic and sonic capacities, and is coveted by musicians from all genres of music. Now we have the Gibson Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar in Worn Cherry Red. No frills, no nonsense. The Les Paul Studio gives you all the great tone and sustain you expect from a set-neck Les Paul but without all fancy cosmetics. Just pure Les Paul.
Nothing but tight, seamless fittings and superior workmanship.
Fast and Comfortable Rounded Neck Profile
Gibson’s traditional rounded neck profile (which graces the neck of each Les Paul Studio Faded) is a thicker, rounder profile, emulating the neck shapes of the iconic Les Paul Standards of the late 1950s. Each neck is machined in Gibson’s rough mill using wood shapers to make the initial cuts. But once the fingerboard gets glued on, the rest–including the final sanding–is done by hand. That means each neck ends up with ever-so-subtle differences that make each one as exceptional and unique as the next.
Gibson’s Burstbucker Pro Pickups
Gibson’s drive to recapture the magic of the original “Patent Applied For” humbucker pickups of the 1950s culminated with the introduction of the Burstbucker line in the early 1990s. Those Burstbuckers–Types 1, 2, and 3–successfully captured the subtle variations of true, classic humbucker tone with historically “unmatched” bobbin windings and Alnico II magnets.
In 2002, Gibson followed this innovative accomplishment with yet another breakthrough in pickup design–the Burstbucker Pro, designed specifically for the new Les Paul Standards. The Burstbucker Pro features an Alnico V magnet (instead of the Alnico II), which gives you slightly higher output and allows preamps to be driven a little harder to achieve a more natural break-up. Like all Burstbuckers, the Burstbucker Pro has asymmetrical coils true to the original PAFs, which supply a more open sound.
The Burstbucker Pro Neck is wound slightly less than the original PAFs, while the Burstbucker Pro Bridge is slightly overwound for increased output. The Burstbucker Pro pickups are also wax potted to allow loud volume pressures with minimal feedback. As with all Gibson pickups, every part is precisely manufactured at Gibson USA in Nashville, Tennessee, insuring tight, seamless fittings, and superior workmanship.
Features classic Les Paul trapezoid inlays.
Classic Les Paul Design
Rosewood fingerboards and trapezoid inlays have been a mainstay feature on Les Pauls ever since the models introduction in the 1950s, and the fingerboards on Gibson’s Les Paul Studio Faded are no different. They are constructed from the highest grade rosewood on the planet. Each piece of wood is personally inspected and qualified by Gibson’s team of skilled wood experts before it enter the factories to be fitted onto the necks.
The resilience of this dense and durable wood makes these fingerboards extremely balanced and stable, and gives each chord and note unparalleled clarity and bite. Additionally, the 12-inch radius of the fingerboard provides smooth note bending capabilities and eliminates “dead” or “choked out” notes. The traditional trapezoid inlays are made of figured acrylic, and offer a classic “pearl” look. They are inserted into the fingerboard using a process that eliminates gaps and doesn’t require the use of fillers.
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