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  • Gorgeous guitar!

    Gibson 1959 Les Paul Standard VOSPublished on 11/29/11 at 15:14
    The Gibson Les Paul guitar is a nice warm guitar that fits in pretty much any style music to throw in. It has a nice fat chunky neck and a great sustain that makes it very pleasing to anyone he uses a overdriven pedal into an amplifier or just an all-out overdriven tube amplifier. When you combine it to humbucker pickups that are in these guitars with a nice thick weight and mahogany wood coupled with a nice heavy duty high gain amplifier you can get a great sound for hard rock and metal and pop music.

    UTILIZATION

    Specifications

    Gibson VOS '59 Les Paul Reissue - Figured Top

    * 1 11/16" wide nut
    * Bound Madagascar rosewood fingerboard
    * Period correct trapezoid inlays
    * ......
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    The Gibson Les Paul guitar is a nice warm guitar that fits in pretty much any style music to throw in. It has a nice fat chunky neck and a great sustain that makes it very pleasing to anyone he uses a overdriven pedal into an amplifier or just an all-out overdriven tube amplifier. When you combine it to humbucker pickups that are in these guitars with a nice thick weight and mahogany wood coupled with a nice heavy duty high gain amplifier you can get a great sound for hard rock and metal and pop music.

    UTILIZATION

    Specifications

    Gibson VOS '59 Les Paul Reissue - Figured Top

    * 1 11/16" wide nut
    * Bound Madagascar rosewood fingerboard
    * Period correct trapezoid inlays
    * Vintage-style, vintage-profile fret wire
    * Historically accurate thin fingerboard binding
    * Historically accurate carved arch
    * Period correct height of the binding in the cutaway
    * Accurately sized back control pocket route
    * Historically accurate 1/2-inch wire channel from toggle switch to control pocket
    * 5/8-inch heel with accurate heel shape
    * Correct distance between pickups
    * Historically accurate bridge, tailpiece, and control holes
    * Correctly tapered headstock with tuner holes in a straight line
    * 3/8-inch back-edge radius
    * Period correct shallow neck angle for lower bridge height
    * 8.45 pounds overall guitar weight

    SOUNDS


    I love the tone of these guitars because they have a great sustain and chugging ability when you palm mute the strings. It has a nice feel and overall a nice wait for hard rock and metal sounds. Usually these guitars are featured in many of the pop rock and metal scenes but they're able to clean up somewhat decently but not nearly as bad as good as a Fender guitar can clean up. They generally don't use a Gibson Les Paul guitars and a clean setting because the weight and tone of it doesn't really get at sparkling clean chiming tone. But when you get some good overdriven sounds with this guitar you're to be in musical heaven.

    OVERALL OPINION


    You can find a Gibson Les Paul guitar in pretty much any retailer online and just about every guitar shop in the world. The one of most easily recognize guitars and many of today's new modern boutique guitar builders have used to Gibson Les Paul body shape as a reference point with her own designs. I love the sound of these guitars because are great for recording and digging and they're certainly a players guitar. You can be abuse them and that still stay true and right to you day after day of playing.
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  • Gibson 1959 Les Paul Standard VOSPublished on 10/11/11 at 20:36
    These guitars just shimmer with good old class and nostalgia. These guitars all though quite expensive still have a look and feel to them that no other guitar that Gibson produces can match. These guitars have such a great tone that is just an essential part of music history. The look of the the guitar itself is such a gem and the flamed maple top it just top notch.

    UTILIZATION

    Carved maple top
    Solid, non-weight relieved mahogany back
    Single-ply cream binding
    Thin toggle switch washer and jackplate
    Nickel hardware
    ABR-1 bridge and stopbar tailpiece
    1-piece mahogany neck with long tenon
    22-fret rosewood finger board
    Acrylic trapezoid inlays (accurate shape and color)
    ......
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    These guitars just shimmer with good old class and nostalgia. These guitars all though quite expensive still have a look and feel to them that no other guitar that Gibson produces can match. These guitars have such a great tone that is just an essential part of music history. The look of the the guitar itself is such a gem and the flamed maple top it just top notch.

    UTILIZATION

    Carved maple top
    Solid, non-weight relieved mahogany back
    Single-ply cream binding
    Thin toggle switch washer and jackplate
    Nickel hardware
    ABR-1 bridge and stopbar tailpiece
    1-piece mahogany neck with long tenon
    22-fret rosewood finger board
    Acrylic trapezoid inlays (accurate shape and color)
    Single-ply cream binding
    1959 rounded neck profile
    24-3/4" scale
    1-11/16 nut width
    Vintage tulip tuners
    BurstBucker pickups
    CTS pots and bumblebee capacitors
    2 volume, 2 tone, 3-way selector

    SOUNDS

    These guitars sound fantastic in any setting imaginable. The fire burst is nice but not anywhere near the price they are asking for this instrument. This guitar has a '59 spec rounded neck to this is going to be a pretty fat neck. The neck used at the time were pretty round compared to the 60's necks. Some people will like that and others will not. This guitar has a great feel overall and just very easy playability. I really like the amp with a high gain amp of some kind. If that be a Marshall or a Mesa Boogie or even a Bogner amp these guitars just shine.

    OVERALL OPINION

    These guitars are pretty expensive and at new price they go for well over $5000 so this is not a beginner guitar and for most people this is well out of the the budget. I guess this is for pros and enthusiasts. Overall it is a very cool instrument and one that has been regarded as one of the very best years for any guitar made.
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  • Gibson 1959 Les Paul Standard VOSPublished on 09/12/07 at 17:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Gibson custom shop 1959 les paul standard reissue
    year 2006
    1959 rounded neck
    ABR-1 + aluminum stop bar
    Burstbucker an easel round 2
    washed cherry
    3.9kg
    Hard Case custom shop

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is typical of a 59, I tried an original, it's practically the same thing, a little thinner than a rounded 50's serial, it is ideal for all hands, even small ones.
    the set up was good for pulling the original Gibson 10-46, I change for 9-42. cellulose varnishes tend to stick with sweat in summer, but mainly because of the Japanese climate (I live in Tokyo) is the only negative I can find.

    SOUNDS

    For all styles of music, can be less for the metal, the bridge pickup is......
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    Gibson custom shop 1959 les paul standard reissue
    year 2006
    1959 rounded neck
    ABR-1 + aluminum stop bar
    Burstbucker an easel round 2
    washed cherry
    3.9kg
    Hard Case custom shop

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is typical of a 59, I tried an original, it's practically the same thing, a little thinner than a rounded 50's serial, it is ideal for all hands, even small ones.
    the set up was good for pulling the original Gibson 10-46, I change for 9-42. cellulose varnishes tend to stick with sweat in summer, but mainly because of the Japanese climate (I live in Tokyo) is the only negative I can find.

    SOUNDS

    For all styles of music, can be less for the metal, the bridge pickup is slightly less potent than the handle. but the sound is very balanced, very sensitive and subtle, you hear exactly what your fingers are. Plugged into a Marshall 1959 HW or a Fender Vibralux is a machine back in time ...
    but connected to a Boogie or a Carvin and the sound is modern.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I play the guitar for 30 years, I have other Gibson Les Paul Standard with Bigsby, 1275 EDS, SG standard. This one is the best, of course it is expensive, about 600,000 yen in Japan, although it does not play alone, it makes you become a better musician, your sound, your personality changes to the guitar sounds. It is very transparent, subtle, sensitive. All these qualities make this guitar is finally not so dear as that. I often read that the instruments are too expensive, that manufacturers are thieves that on the backs of poor musicians, but good instruments have always been expensive, a Les Paul originally was expensive already. $ 300 in 1960.
    surely I would do the same choice.
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  • Gorgeous!

    Gibson 1959 Les Paul Standard VOSPublished on 09/14/11 at 13:22
    This is just an awesome guitar, from the weight the feel and balance, the wood, the overall just utter impression of this guitar is just amazing. It has a fantastic beautiful look and the tone is just to die for. This guitar which is a Gibson Les Paul if one of the most iconic guitars that is out there in an music industry. It's a great hard rock and metal guitar I can get really warm and fat tones. It's a fun guitar play as well when you are any band setting because of it's awesome prowess and prestige.


    UTILIZATION

    These guitars are very easy to set up as far as dialing in a big tone with it. You have two humbucker pickups each also with two volume controls and two tone control......
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    This is just an awesome guitar, from the weight the feel and balance, the wood, the overall just utter impression of this guitar is just amazing. It has a fantastic beautiful look and the tone is just to die for. This guitar which is a Gibson Les Paul if one of the most iconic guitars that is out there in an music industry. It's a great hard rock and metal guitar I can get really warm and fat tones. It's a fun guitar play as well when you are any band setting because of it's awesome prowess and prestige.


    UTILIZATION

    These guitars are very easy to set up as far as dialing in a big tone with it. You have two humbucker pickups each also with two volume controls and two tone control knobs. Also a pick up selector to select between each of the tube humbucker pickups. The neck on his guitars are pretty chunky thick neck and the body is made out of mahogany wood as well as the neck. On top you have a rose wood fretboard which balances out the tones of the guitar very nicely.


    SOUNDS

    These guitars match very well with high gain amplifier setting and especially in marshal amplifier of some sort. I really like the tone of this at the fire with these guitars primarily because it gives a good chunky thick hard rock tone. My favorite amplifier with this guitars probably at Marshall JCM 800 amplifier. Couple that with a nice delay or chorus pedal and you got some good rocking hard rock tones.

    OVERALL OPINION


    I recommend anyone to own a Gibson Les Paul at some point in their guitar playing career. It's extremely versatile guitar and a fun guitar to write music with. These guitars can vary from guitar guitar on the weight and feel love it so I suggest trying one out before buying.
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  • One classic guitar

    Gibson 1959 Les Paul Standard VOSPublished on 09/12/11 at 20:42
    The Gibson Les Paul and has to be one of my absolute favorite guitars is everything created. It has a great feeling a great tone and is extremely versatile from for any style of music. These are mahogany paste body and neck woods with a rose would fretboard. With two humbucker pick ups installed with two volume control knobs into tone control knobs. You can pretty much dial this guitar into fit any music that you're playing. These are great guitars for cover music or an assortment of different styles of music. You have a great tone and a great voicing for just rock 'n roll period.

    UTILIZATION


    Body & Hardware:
    Carved figured maple top

    Solid, non-weight relieved mahogany back
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    The Gibson Les Paul and has to be one of my absolute favorite guitars is everything created. It has a great feeling a great tone and is extremely versatile from for any style of music. These are mahogany paste body and neck woods with a rose would fretboard. With two humbucker pick ups installed with two volume control knobs into tone control knobs. You can pretty much dial this guitar into fit any music that you're playing. These are great guitars for cover music or an assortment of different styles of music. You have a great tone and a great voicing for just rock 'n roll period.

    UTILIZATION


    Body & Hardware:
    Carved figured maple top

    Solid, non-weight relieved mahogany back

    Single-ply cream binding on top

    Thin toggleswitch washer & jackplate

    Nickel hardware

    ABR-1 bridge, lightweight aluminum stopbar

    Neck & Headstock
    1-piece mahogany neck w/ long neck tenon

    22-fret rosewood fingerboard

    Acrylic trapezoid inlays (accurate shape and color)

    Single-ply cream binding

    1959 rounded neck profile

    24-3/4 in. scale length, 1-11/16 in. nut width

    Holly headstock veneer

    Vintage tulip tuners

    Electronics & Strings
    BurstBucker 1 (R) and 2 (T) pickups

    CTS pots and bumble bee capacitors

    2 volume, 2 tone, 3-way selector switch

    Vintage Reissue .010 strings

    Includes Custom Shop case, and certificate of authenticity.

    Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
    Faded Tobacco
    Shipping Weight: 24 lbs
    Shipping Dimensions: 44 x 18 x 7 in
    Iced Tea
    Shipping Weight: 24 lbs
    Shipping Dimensions: 45 x 18 x 7 in



    SOUNDS


    These guitars will fit in any amplifier sound that you have. Try using a clean amplifier or a overdriven high gain amplifier even a moderate gain amplifier this guitar will sound trading any setting that you ask. It has a great feel for rhythm or soloing and you can use an assortment of effects or overdrive or distortion pedals to really dial-in the perfect tone to match your amplifier. This is the kind guitar that you only wish you could have we first started out playing guitar. If you're lucky enough to own a guitar like this when you first started out in your pretty lucky person. This is it an elite type of guitar for someone he's a professional or someone is spent enough time playing who knows exactly what they're looking for.

    I pretty much like these guitars primarily in a hard rock tone setting. The music that I generally play into me nothing sounds better than this guitar and a marshall style amplifier. The connection that you get with this guitar and a martial voicing amplifier is just a perfect match to my years. It has a great balance and great chemistry with those amplifiers. Don't get me wrong these guitars will sound good and pretty much any setting that you have. They sound great with Sandra amplifiers just as well. But to my ears nothing sounds better than a high gain amplifier and primarily a Marshall amplifier with these guitars.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I highly recommend this guitar to anyone wanting to step up into the area of great tonal territories. These are great guitars for hard rock all the way down to indie rock and contract country music. You can find them pretty easily on the classifieds or use markets. There's a lot of these guitars out there so I suggest playing one before you buy. They are expensive so the used market is the way I would go.
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  • Classic styling and tone

    Gibson 1959 Les Paul Standard VOSPublished on 08/13/11 at 18:02
    The Gibson 1959 model is one of the more popular models that Gibson has reissued. In reality, it's not that different from the other models they have. The guitar features a mahogany body with a maple top, mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, trapezoid inlays, pickguard, binding, hard tail bridge, two humbuckers, two volumes, two tones and a three way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The inlay work on this was done nicely. There were no fillers or anything like that in there like I've found in some lower end Gibsons. The nut itself was cut properly, although the string gauge that was put on this guitar was wrong. Someone put 11s on it, and they were a touch too big for the nut on the......
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    The Gibson 1959 model is one of the more popular models that Gibson has reissued. In reality, it's not that different from the other models they have. The guitar features a mahogany body with a maple top, mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, trapezoid inlays, pickguard, binding, hard tail bridge, two humbuckers, two volumes, two tones and a three way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The inlay work on this was done nicely. There were no fillers or anything like that in there like I've found in some lower end Gibsons. The nut itself was cut properly, although the string gauge that was put on this guitar was wrong. Someone put 11s on it, and they were a touch too big for the nut on the bass side. The fretwork itself seemed to be great with no annoying edges slicing your hand or uncrowned frets.

    SOUNDS

    This guitar was killer, but it had aftermarket pickups installed in it. The guitar had a JB and a Jazz installed. The JB in the bridge is awesome for everything from blues to metal. It can really do every genre, it's that versatile. The mahogany body helps keep the JB sounding fat, and the bass on it is perfect enough to where it's not super tight to where it sounds sterile but it's also not super loose to where it sounds flabby. The Jazz in the neck is like a cleaner, more polite 59. It has a bit more treble and sounds a bit more linear, but it delivers some awesome clean and lead tones. I find that it's a bit clearer sounding than the 59.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I'm a huge fan of the aftermarket pickups that were put in this. They really gave it some life, but I'm more of a heavy metal player, so keep that in mind. If you're looking for that classic Gibson sound, you'll probably want to keep the stock pickups that were installed from the factory.
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  • Crazy nice top

    Gibson 1959 Les Paul Standard VOSPublished on 07/21/11 at 18:49
    The VOS instruments are part of the Vintage Original Spec instruments that Gibson makes. Basically, they're like pre-aged finishes from the factory that look awesome. The guitar features a mahogany body with a maple top, figured mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, trapezoid inlays, pickguard, binding, hard tail bridge, two humbuckers, two volumes, two tones and a three way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar was put together fairly nicely. The first thing that pops out at you is the flame, and it looks amazing. There were no issues with the nut. The best way to tell is to simply play it. If you keep noticing you're going out of tune and it "pings" when you tune, that means......
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    The VOS instruments are part of the Vintage Original Spec instruments that Gibson makes. Basically, they're like pre-aged finishes from the factory that look awesome. The guitar features a mahogany body with a maple top, figured mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, trapezoid inlays, pickguard, binding, hard tail bridge, two humbuckers, two volumes, two tones and a three way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar was put together fairly nicely. The first thing that pops out at you is the flame, and it looks amazing. There were no issues with the nut. The best way to tell is to simply play it. If you keep noticing you're going out of tune and it "pings" when you tune, that means the nut is cut improperly. The fretwork was also pretty good on this. I was able to achieve relatively low action without any real issues. The binding work looked nice, and the chrome hardware didn't have any tarnish on it.

    SOUNDS

    The guitar sounded pretty good. The pickups aren't really my thing, to be honest. The pickups are standard Gibson pickups, but they seem to work for most. The bridge pickup has some nice bite to it, and it has some decent output. I find they lack the character for heavy metal, but they can work for 80s metal. The neck is a bit too bright for me. I like a thick, fat sounding neck tone, and these generally have a bit too much bite for me. However, they're clean sounding, and that works awesome for clean tones.

    OVERALL OPINION

    If you can afford one of these, I highly recommend you get one. They look great, sound good and play amazingly well. The biggest thing would be the price difference compared to the other models out there, but it's worth it if you find the right one.
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  • Crazy nice top

    Gibson 1959 Les Paul Standard VOSPublished on 07/15/11 at 17:37
    The VOS instruments are part of the Vintage Original Spec instruments that Gibson makes. Basically, they're like pre-aged finishes from the factory that look awesome. The guitar features a mahogany body with a maple top, figured mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, trapezoid inlays, pickguard, binding, hard tail bridge, two humbuckers, two volumes, two tones and a three way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar was put together fairly nicely. The first thing that pops out at you is the flame, and it looks amazing. There were no issues with the nut. The best way to tell is to simply play it. If you keep noticing you're going out of tune and it "pings" when you tune, that means......
    Read more
    The VOS instruments are part of the Vintage Original Spec instruments that Gibson makes. Basically, they're like pre-aged finishes from the factory that look awesome. The guitar features a mahogany body with a maple top, figured mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, trapezoid inlays, pickguard, binding, hard tail bridge, two humbuckers, two volumes, two tones and a three way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar was put together fairly nicely. The first thing that pops out at you is the flame, and it looks amazing. There were no issues with the nut. The best way to tell is to simply play it. If you keep noticing you're going out of tune and it "pings" when you tune, that means the nut is cut improperly. The fretwork was also pretty good on this. I was able to achieve relatively low action without any real issues. The binding work looked nice, and the chrome hardware didn't have any tarnish on it.

    SOUNDS

    The guitar sounded pretty good. The pickups aren't really my thing, to be honest. The pickups are standard Gibson pickups, but they seem to work for most. The bridge pickup has some nice bite to it, and it has some decent output. I find they lack the character for heavy metal, but they can work for 80s metal. The neck is a bit too bright for me. I like a thick, fat sounding neck tone, and these generally have a bit too much bite for me. However, they're clean sounding, and that works awesome for clean tones.

    OVERALL OPINION

    If you can afford one of these, I highly recommend you get one. They look great, sound good and play amazingly well. The biggest thing would be the price difference compared to the other models out there, but it's worth it if you find the right one.
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  • Great craftsmanship

    Gibson 1959 Les Paul Standard VOSPublished on 07/10/11 at 19:13
    The 1959 Standard is probably one of the more overlooked standards out there ever since the 1960 came along and solidified the Standard line, but the 1959 is no slouch. In fact, it's nearly the same as the 1960, so I'm not sure why the 1960 got all the credit. The guitar features a mahogany body with a maple top, mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, trapezoid inlays, pickguard, binding, hard tail bridge, two humbuckers, two volumes, two tones and a three way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    This is pretty much your standard Les Paul that everyone loves, and this thing was dead mint in every way. The finish was flawless, and I didn't notice a single flaw in it, including fine clear......
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    The 1959 Standard is probably one of the more overlooked standards out there ever since the 1960 came along and solidified the Standard line, but the 1959 is no slouch. In fact, it's nearly the same as the 1960, so I'm not sure why the 1960 got all the credit. The guitar features a mahogany body with a maple top, mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, trapezoid inlays, pickguard, binding, hard tail bridge, two humbuckers, two volumes, two tones and a three way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    This is pretty much your standard Les Paul that everyone loves, and this thing was dead mint in every way. The finish was flawless, and I didn't notice a single flaw in it, including fine clear coat scratches. The binding on this was dead on, too. The inlay work was as great as ever. The nut itself was cut great, and I didn't experience any tuning issues on this. The fretwork itself was top notch, too. I was able to get some sick low action without any issues, and it still resonated quite nicely.

    SOUNDS

    The stock pickups in this guitar were decent. They were nice and fat, which I enjoyed. I find myself going for fatter tones lately as I move away from my alder bodied super strats. The bridge pickup, however, wasn't muddy. I was able to get some good clarity going on, and it even delivered a cool clean tone. The neck pickup was decent, but I wish it had more power. I think I'm just too used to the higher output pickups for soloing as I was struggling with certain things such as legato and other techniques like that.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is really a standard Les Paul that you've all played before. The difference is that this guitar has better quality control than the other ones out there. I found that these Custom Shop models tend to be some of the best Gibsons that they offer. That goes for both quality and tone. You should have no issues buying used.
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  • The best guitar I've owned

    Gibson 1959 Les Paul Standard VOSPublished on 04/30/11 at 10:06 (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For details, visit Gibson:

    http://www2.gibson.com/Products/Electric-Guitars/Les-Paul/Gibson-Custom/1959-Les-Paul-Standard-VOS/Features.aspx

    For options:

    - Gloss Finish
    - Color Burst Stanley
    - Table Hard Rock Maple
    - No pickguard
    - Stock handpicked Yamano
    - RS Electronics Guitarworks Premium Bee Capacitors
    - Pickups Throbak SLE-101

    UTILIZATION

    I love the Les Paul and especially the 59, so my opinion is very subjective.

    She is one of Les Paul's rather small with a weight of 3.86 kg on the scale.
    I find them comfortable, easy to play, etc ... So I will not dwell on this point.

    SOUNDS

    Here is the big slap! this is my third 59. I have two other WCR pickups......
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    For details, visit Gibson:

    http://www2.gibson.com/Products/Electric-Guitars/Les-Paul/Gibson-Custom/1959-Les-Paul-Standard-VOS/Features.aspx

    For options:

    - Gloss Finish
    - Color Burst Stanley
    - Table Hard Rock Maple
    - No pickguard
    - Stock handpicked Yamano
    - RS Electronics Guitarworks Premium Bee Capacitors
    - Pickups Throbak SLE-101

    UTILIZATION

    I love the Les Paul and especially the 59, so my opinion is very subjective.

    She is one of Les Paul's rather small with a weight of 3.86 kg on the scale.
    I find them comfortable, easy to play, etc ... So I will not dwell on this point.

    SOUNDS

    Here is the big slap! this is my third 59. I have two other WCR pickups equipped with vintage and Cable Kits WCR.

    Before plugging the guitar I played acoustic and I quickly noticed that she sounded great and sounded much louder than my two other Les Paul that are not yet shovels.

    Once connected the impression is confirmed! guitar breathes and sounds very vintage. It is very easy to get sounds like "Since I've Been Loving You" by Led Zep with this atmosphere and that its three-dimensional in that jurisdiction. I had the opportunity to try an original 59 and this guitar really comes close! It is a very clear, living with a harmonic richness rather extraordinary

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just have it today. I think it's clear in my opinion. it became my favorite guitar after 30 seconds!

    I am very familiar with the Les Paul Custom's (I have several) Shop and it is particularly noteworthy.

    The choice that I will ever be is never to buy in Europe (Store or VPC) and buy my next Les Paul's from the same U.S. seller who carefully selects the play and provides valuable advice on instrument choice based on taste.

    And it's cheaper than Europe, even with shipping and customs!
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