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Lloyd 03/21/2005

Gibson Les Paul Standard LH : Lloyd's user review

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Value For Money : Correct
Guitar factory in the U.S.
22 frets, two humbuckers Gibson 490R in the neck and 498T in bridge
+ Stop bar bridge tune-o-matic (gibson anything ...!)
four pots: 1 volume, 1 Tone micro, micro slcteur three positions (from top to bottom: stick / stick + bridge / bridge)
short scale neck (24 "3 / 4), rosewood back trapzes, simple body and neck binding, mechanical gibson deluxe, fly-case gibson brown.

UTILIZATION

Channel trs enjoyable profile plutt "buche" that "highway", but an undeniable comfort!
Access in acute low ais but it is a matter of habit ...
Heavy guitar, plays seated, the body tends to go on rear, no dcoupe or chamfer to facilitate handling, the Les Paul is a rustic instrument!
This gives a good sound very easy, know-how caratristique Gibson, plugs into any amp of good quality, it is impressive Versatile

SOUNDS

It may suit any style of music, casseroles jazzy funk to ground through the mtal or blues, it is extremely versatile.
I had the opportunity to try it on Fender Deluxe, Peavey Classic 50, is the rsulat: The tube amp paul + = yum!
all fawn, its reputable no longer do ...!

Sound:

Sounds clear sleeve and neck + bridge are trs cool, but the bridge is a little too dirty and aggressive
Loadings are beautiful, the crunch pais wish, for mtal, the bridge pickup is really gnial imprcis although a little, but what a grain!

OVERALL OPINION

I have been using one and a half years, and it is really gniale! In addition, the stamp and the myth involved as much as the brand MODEL reinforce the feeling of having an instrument in the hands of legendary!
I played on a lot of drip trays of left-handed, and I now understand why it is panthon the guitar!
Report honnte quality price, but I guess new is quite a queue round the mark, but it also has to be loved ...
With exprience, I would do without this choice hsiter, it's really a guitar to have (or had) the hands!