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Gibson '59 Les Paul Koa Limited
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LP-Shaped Guitar from Gibson belonging to the Les Paul series.

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  • Jack ShnorJack Shnor

    Gibson '59 Les Paul Koa LimitedPublished on 02/13/10 at 19:25
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    GIBSON CUSTOM SHOP SERIES USA E-Guitar
    Korina Body, figured Koa Top, Mahogany Neck, Ebony Fretboard, Pearloid Trapeze Inlays, 628 mm Scale, 2 Humbucker Pickups, Color Natural, incl. Case Weight: 4Kg.
    2 micro "classic 57"

    UTILIZATION

    is a lespaul 1959, the handle too. is ideal for me: stick and body are a set of "compact" and rigid (it feels), access to gus? but for a good ca strato shoed better.
    sound in the early days (a few months) is good, polyvalant, but after 6 months on loan, sound currency, it prnnent more body, they become more precise and more presence.

    SOUNDS

    Versatility is the word that suits him best. I played on a Vox AC30 CC2X is all rock, it can fa…
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    GIBSON CUSTOM SHOP SERIES USA E-Guitar
    Korina Body, figured Koa Top, Mahogany Neck, Ebony Fretboard, Pearloid Trapeze Inlays, 628 mm Scale, 2 Humbucker Pickups, Color Natural, incl. Case Weight: 4Kg.
    2 micro "classic 57"

    UTILIZATION

    is a lespaul 1959, the handle too. is ideal for me: stick and body are a set of "compact" and rigid (it feels), access to gus? but for a good ca strato shoed better.
    sound in the early days (a few months) is good, polyvalant, but after 6 months on loan, sound currency, it prnnent more body, they become more precise and more presence.

    SOUNDS

    Versatility is the word that suits him best. I played on a Vox AC30 CC2X is all rock, it can faure jazz, blues or whatever, but I play rock and that's it!
    micro are perfectly balanced and is a pleasure and privileges to enjoy such a guitar. I feel even play better than before!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Thoman buy from January 2010 4555
    How would you rate the report qualitprix?: Guitar special is the tuit rectengulaire and without inscriptions like "gibson custum. it's discreet and it smells good.
    ? With exprience, you do again this election? yes
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