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LP-Shaped Guitar from Gibson belonging to the Les Paul series.

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  • Gibson Les Paul CustomPublié le 02/24/09 à 12:22
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    Who does not know them?

    USE

    Idem

    SOUNDS

    We like it or not ...

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    A word to talk about the Les Paul Custom that everyone knows: I scrutinized from all angles a LP Custom Silverburst 2007 a buddy just bought.
    The findings are alarming: the gradient is irregular, table multiplied binding ruling from the slapdash, the serial number (CS ... since these models are from the "custom shop" Gibson) briefly buffered in using white paint that has drooled all over .. I still can not believe (I play on a Orville By Gibson LP Custom, the finish is well above the current Gibson) ... Otherwise, it sounds the same, nothing wrong about that.
    Decidedly, spend more than €......
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    Who does not know them?

    USE

    Idem

    SOUNDS

    We like it or not ...

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    A word to talk about the Les Paul Custom that everyone knows: I scrutinized from all angles a LP Custom Silverburst 2007 a buddy just bought.
    The findings are alarming: the gradient is irregular, table multiplied binding ruling from the slapdash, the serial number (CS ... since these models are from the "custom shop" Gibson) briefly buffered in using white paint that has drooled all over .. I still can not believe (I play on a Orville By Gibson LP Custom, the finish is well above the current Gibson) ... Otherwise, it sounds the same, nothing wrong about that.
    Decidedly, spend more than € 3,000 for not better finish the sub-brand Epiphone (I'm not exaggerating, I have an Epi LPC 2008 recently to have fun with the violin), there is cause to regret his decision. The "Custom Shop" Gibson actually sounds like a commercial argument, youtube videos show a factory mass production and gigantic workshops ... We are far from the image "artisanal" we would like to make us swallow. The price / quality ratio is one of the most Aberant I saw .. (the seller was also too dismayed, but before the request of a fan of Adam Jones, you have to work).
    I like Gibson, but Gibson in his greatness. Gibson and visibly in recent years are often the image of the LPC CS ... Gibson made good guitars, but you have to get several years back ... a member of AF often said "the price is forgotten, the quality remains "... wait a few years to see the head of Gibson 2000s ...
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  • Gibson Les Paul CustomPublié le 03/26/09 à 12:51
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    - In which country she does doing? (USA, Japan, Mexico, France ...)
    Mine is a 2008 model, makes the Custom Shop (it seems to me that before 2004, these guitars were produced in standard workshops)

    - How many frets, what kind of microphone and their configuration?
    22 frets, 2 humbuckers 490R / 498T

    - What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
    Fixed bridge

    - What are the rglages (volume, Tone slecteur micro ...)?
    A volume / Tone by microphones + three switch positions
    These components are of very good quality made to last in time.

    - What type of race?
    Hose-like rounded which is well in hand

    USE

    - Is the handle enjoyable?
    Question subjective .... personally......
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    - In which country she does doing? (USA, Japan, Mexico, France ...)
    Mine is a 2008 model, makes the Custom Shop (it seems to me that before 2004, these guitars were produced in standard workshops)

    - How many frets, what kind of microphone and their configuration?
    22 frets, 2 humbuckers 490R / 498T

    - What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
    Fixed bridge

    - What are the rglages (volume, Tone slecteur micro ...)?
    A volume / Tone by microphones + three switch positions
    These components are of very good quality made to last in time.

    - What type of race?
    Hose-like rounded which is well in hand

    USE

    - Is the handle enjoyable?
    Question subjective .... personally I'm more comfortable on the handle on a flat handle typ Ibanez. Once rgl action is very low and without frieze.

    - The access to acute (desti- nations most recently freight) is it easy?
    Is clearly not an ergonomic guitar on this map. But ... I personally played some solos between the 20th and 22nd in the box so I mad.

    - Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
    The guitar is heavy (4.6kg) but with a good strap passes, even during long RPTES or concerts.

    SONORITS

    - Appropriate your style of music?
    I play mostly rock so it fits perfectly. Whether its clear or on saturated it provides!

    - With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?
    Laney VC30 + Blackstar HT Dual

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    - How long have you use it?
    I use it for 6 months.

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    I like the particulirement sonorits and aesthetics of the guitar.
    I like less weight and ergonomics compar a Start, but it is a sacrifice to make if you like the sound.

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    Oh yes ... I had two Gibson LP Standard + Japanese (Tokai, Bacchus, OBG ...)

    - How do you report qualitprix?
    Clearly bad new. As used against it is rather good.

    - With the exprience, you do again this choice ...?
    Oh yes, it's perfect.

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    Regarding the advice I've read below:

    - Those who complain about the finish: a guitar to try before you buy. When we can put more than 2000 in a guitar one is more 50 train ... Indeed some guitars are poorly finished, but at the Custom Shop (> 2004) is rather rare.

    - Dissolves varnish guitar .... and everything is cast: why did you buy, you'd lose money? With the varnish, it is actually soft, marks quickly, but the nitro lacquer allows you to leave the wood to breathe (unlike plastic coatings that form an opaque shell around the guitar).

    - Those who say c'tait better before ... I have a lot of custom test before taking mine and he has very bad models in all periods. It must arrter with gnralits in this genre and TRY!
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  • bad

    Gibson Les Paul CustomPublié le 10/24/13 à 07:53
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    In what country was she made? (USA, Japan, Mexico, France ...)?
    I hope USA.

    see the documentation for the other questions.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is it nice? a little big
    Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)? heavy

    Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy? it is a Les Paul
    Gets it easy to sound good? it is a Les Paul (!)

    SOUNDS

    Are they suitable for your style of music? Yes
    With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play? Mesa Boogie Lone Star Special

    What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "bold", ....)? Rock / rather saturated

    What are the sounds you prefer, any
    you hate? nothing

    OVERALL OPINION

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    In what country was she made? (USA, Japan, Mexico, France ...)?
    I hope USA.

    see the documentation for the other questions.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is it nice? a little big
    Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)? heavy

    Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy? it is a Les Paul
    Gets it easy to sound good? it is a Les Paul (!)

    SOUNDS

    Are they suitable for your style of music? Yes
    With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play? Mesa Boogie Lone Star Special

    What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "bold", ....)? Rock / rather saturated

    What are the sounds you prefer, any
    you hate? nothing

    OVERALL OPINION

    Since 2006, I have others and I tried a lot.
    I bought this guitar in 1984 that we stole it that I notice a model of 1978, and since I played on other guitars and I finally make up my mind I ordered a to Paris and I waited almost 6 months to get it and I am very disappointed, because the problem of "microphonic" kept me up sound and I ended up going to a luthier and then spend 80 € varnished which is poorly done besides every 3 years must go through the box maker to correct the handle and I wonder if we did not sell me a Chinese version at the importer Gibson Pigalle (I even the certificate that comes with it). this is a guitar that I like and it sounds pretty nice to play whatever the handle a little big for my taste (1950).
    Brief view of the problems I will never buy a new guibson if I want vraiement it will be one of 70 see 80.
    How would you rate the quality / price? Too bad

    With experience, you do again this choice? absolutely not
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  • A classic

    Gibson Les Paul CustomPublié le 09/18/13 à 09:12
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    Guitar USA, year of manufacture approx. 1984.

    Les Paul Custom with all the specific characteristics of this guitar, microphone and acastillage gold.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel super nice, fast. You can adjust the set of strings closer to the frets that it borders.
    The guitar is heavy, like all Les Paul of this type.

    SOUNDS

    Sound without distortion is OK but not great, a little "muddy" for my taste. on the other hand with distortion ... it moves!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Guitar bought in 1992, used. I replaced the nut that was the problem. I bought this guitar because having a Gibson was a dream kid. I have since bought other guitars, luthiers in particular, and Gibson has lost its glam......
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    Guitar USA, year of manufacture approx. 1984.

    Les Paul Custom with all the specific characteristics of this guitar, microphone and acastillage gold.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel super nice, fast. You can adjust the set of strings closer to the frets that it borders.
    The guitar is heavy, like all Les Paul of this type.

    SOUNDS

    Sound without distortion is OK but not great, a little "muddy" for my taste. on the other hand with distortion ... it moves!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Guitar bought in 1992, used. I replaced the nut that was the problem. I bought this guitar because having a Gibson was a dream kid. I have since bought other guitars, luthiers in particular, and Gibson has lost its glam ... A Trussart or DBZ Bolero bill are equal or better and their sound and look are on top!
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  • Excellent but very exclusive

    Gibson Les Paul CustomPublié le 07/13/13 à 08:06
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    U.S. 1978 model
    wilkinson nut (I would not do more ....)
    3 original pickups
    Trimmings origin

    UTILIZATION

    very typical round
    heavy as lead ... (mahogany)
    access les paul ....
    excellent but very typical, no clear highs to Start ...

    SOUNDS

    TriAxis preamp and amp mesa 20x20

    OVERALL OPINION

    25 years of use!
    purchase price in 1988 no news (600 €!)
    No seller ............
  • A marvel that has not aged since soon 60 years

    Gibson Les Paul CustomPublié le 06/12/13 à 15:21
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    Main characteristics:

    Gibson Les Paul Custom, ebony black, gold hardware.
    Made in the USA (Gibson Custom, Nashville, TN).
    Body: Mahogany (without resonance chambers, but with "classic" 8 holes strategically placed to reduce a little-and-weight-balance a little-guitar)
    Table: Maple
    Neck: Mahogany
    Key: * Richlite
    Profile: 1950's Rounded
    Body-neck joint: glued, Long Neck Tenon
    Frets: 22 types
    Scale: 24.75 "
    Nut: Corian (acrylic polymer) technology plek
    Head with inlay "plit diamond" pearl
    Pickups: Two Gibson humbucker pickups. Pickup: Gibson 498T double coil Alnico V Humbucker. Neck Pickup: Gibson 490R double coil Alnico II Humbucker
    Controls: 1 volume by......
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    Main characteristics:

    Gibson Les Paul Custom, ebony black, gold hardware.
    Made in the USA (Gibson Custom, Nashville, TN).
    Body: Mahogany (without resonance chambers, but with "classic" 8 holes strategically placed to reduce a little-and-weight-balance a little-guitar)
    Table: Maple
    Neck: Mahogany
    Key: * Richlite
    Profile: 1950's Rounded
    Body-neck joint: glued, Long Neck Tenon
    Frets: 22 types
    Scale: 24.75 "
    Nut: Corian (acrylic polymer) technology plek
    Head with inlay "plit diamond" pearl
    Pickups: Two Gibson humbucker pickups. Pickup: Gibson 498T double coil Alnico V Humbucker. Neck Pickup: Gibson 490R double coil Alnico II Humbucker
    Controls: 1 volume by micro, 1 micro tone, 3-position selector
    Bridge: Gibson TonePros Locking Tune-o-matic Nashville
    Tailpiece: Gibson TonePros Locking Stopbar
    Tuners: Grover Kidney Tuners
    Gold hardware
    Color: black, white 3-ply binding table, back, head, easy to handle
    Verni: nitrocellulose gloss (gloss)
    Black pickguard with white binding two folds (just confusing as it should be with the rest of the guitar)
    Accessories: Gibson Custom Shop case black (Made in Canada)
    Original strings Gibson tie 010046


    UTILIZATION

    A Les Paul "classic" as it has "flaws", if true, well known in terms of ergonomics game: heavyweight, no cutting of the body with a stop at the back that you mark the coast access difficult to acute after the 15th to 17th case, an imbalance (moderate) to the lower body (straplocks recommended), maybe a toggle switch located less than a Stratocaster when you want to instantly switch from a microphone to a other ... The varnish-beautiful-is rather weak (sensitive to scratches etc..) And appears "sticky" or rather an indefinable sensation not necessarily pleasant at first touch (when you sweat a little etc..). All this is clear enough when we played so far on Fender Stratocaster ... and then little by little to tame the beast, for it is really this: you get used to it (fits?) ... The handle patina and touch is excellent and it is really nice, very comfortable. The weight is a bit forgotten (except perhaps if you play long standing? A very good belt as the Gibson Modern Vintage and guitar seems to have lost two pounds, and more!) ... And visual and sonic character does the rest: what a sound!

    SOUNDS

    What a sound! What sustain! Both pickups are typed, various complementary. One begins to finally-use volume and tone of the guitar to build his own sound. Beautiful clean tones, round, a pickup more powerful, sharp and with a clean soul snapping a middle position as it should ... with little equipment, but if possible, good quality, perfect guitar for blues, rock, heavy-blues/heavy-rock that I love, but ultimately versatile enough to play a little all styles (except perhaps classical and heavy metal instrumental shredders ...).
    My amp: Hughes & Kettner TubeMeister TM18H with baffle TM112C (simplicity, and the rest of the guitar is a good set!). Additional Effects: Suhr Riot distortion for more "modern", TC Electronic Hall Of Fame (reverb) and Boss CE-5 Chorus Ensemble (+ wah Fulltone). With all (just) that: simple-including volume and tone of the Custom-to an already great range of interesting sounds settings.
    I love all the sounds of my Les Paul!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for eight months, and learning my guitar, week after week, makes me love him a little more each day! The defects erase the pleasure felt by playing and listening to the sound it provides. Its warm, delicate vintage without being ridiculous in modern records, preferred to that of a '57 and a '58 Goldtop YOUR tested in parallel. Forgotten my old Ibanez JS100! As for my American Deluxe Stratocaster: I still love its beautiful clear sound and comfort, but I naturally put to play Hendrix and the Red Hot Chili Peppers on my Les Paul ... it is a sign that never fails! I love everything about this guitar, even the button Richlite *: after the disappointment of not having a good old noble wood fibers, I find it rather elegant (dark color, very close to the wood) and comfort really extra (over the material will probably be better in time for the wood). A little too fast here wear gold finish where the left hand is placed in most cases, but good brands will wear it a vintage charm, recalling that she was born in 1954 and accompanied the whole story rock, and still accompanied by beautiful way today.
    More classic, typical, Les Paul Standard today; excellent despite significantly lower than signatures and other prestige lines price is a choice I do it again, finally with a good quality / price / performance, with a little history (Gibson, the Rock) that was in the hands ...
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  • Excellent guitar, but shovel handle

    Gibson Les Paul CustomPublié le 05/22/13 à 10:44
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    Manufacturing Rican for a custom that seems logical, fixed bridge as almost all the Les Paul, 4 knobs (volume and tones) and a selector microphones.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle ... I will never make me. This beautiful Les Paul was a pickaxe handle or shovel as you want. Not very easy to play, or it must have giant hands.
    I did not like it at all this round and that is why I sold it ...
    The sound is huge, everything sounds very rock ... whatever the choice of micro config (neck or bridge or both), but good with a good amp that goes without saying.
    Access to acute is not great for my taste .. I prefer by far the stratabound ... much easier to use.
    Other fault ... the handle varnish......
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    Manufacturing Rican for a custom that seems logical, fixed bridge as almost all the Les Paul, 4 knobs (volume and tones) and a selector microphones.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle ... I will never make me. This beautiful Les Paul was a pickaxe handle or shovel as you want. Not very easy to play, or it must have giant hands.
    I did not like it at all this round and that is why I sold it ...
    The sound is huge, everything sounds very rock ... whatever the choice of micro config (neck or bridge or both), but good with a good amp that goes without saying.
    Access to acute is not great for my taste .. I prefer by far the stratabound ... much easier to use.
    Other fault ... the handle varnish after a few songs live becomes unplayable due to the sweating. The hand grip and it becomes very uncomfortable to play ... no more fun for me.

    SOUNDS

    Sound side, as mentioned above, no complaints ... big sound very fat and well defined even if slightly mushy ... it sounds good rock or hard rock. That said it is also capable of enquiller blues or any other style.
    Aside his lens .. you pass ... there is no way to have a decent clean sound ... well always comparing with a strat for example.
    I use a Bogner Ecstasy 101B amp which is a reference for those who know this amp ... with the rock sounds were at the party! again, for clean sounds, I changed guitar ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I played less than a year ... because after playing many different guitars and high quality, I have not had fun. I prefer by far my EVH Wolfgang (U.S.) or my Charvel Custom Shop and are far easier to play and sound clear as well (even better for what is one of my Charvel Legacy).
    So I bought this guitar because it was a myth and I wanted to have one, but frankly, except the sound was good, the rest ... blah ... very heavy, a pickaxe handle, a handle uncomfortable as varnish, lacquer which marked easily on the body ... well no ... frankly, I do not do it again this choice despite the high production quality .. it can not remove them. But it stops there!
    PS / it seems that there are 50 'thinner and easier to play such sleeves ... to test.
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  • Excellent, we must have at least one

    Gibson Les Paul CustomPublié le 05/21/13 à 00:56
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    Made in the USA - depending on the serial number engraved on the handle, you know the exact place and date of manufacture - I bought new in December 1982 PARIS 14, at Gaïté Music (I think the store n longer exists, unfortunately). This is not really the color I wanted, but it was only this one promotion (20%) and I took it as a Marshall JMC 800 single body. Paid 8,800 francs (which corresponds to about 3000 euros today).

    I tried a few times because I was immediately conquered by the sustain due to the weight of this guitar. It weighs its weight. The handle is extra thin, flat enough ... the strings are very low, but it does not frieze ... you can play it fast enough on the handle. I......
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    Made in the USA - depending on the serial number engraved on the handle, you know the exact place and date of manufacture - I bought new in December 1982 PARIS 14, at Gaïté Music (I think the store n longer exists, unfortunately). This is not really the color I wanted, but it was only this one promotion (20%) and I took it as a Marshall JMC 800 single body. Paid 8,800 francs (which corresponds to about 3000 euros today).

    I tried a few times because I was immediately conquered by the sustain due to the weight of this guitar. It weighs its weight. The handle is extra thin, flat enough ... the strings are very low, but it does not frieze ... you can play it fast enough on the handle. I love it.

    Plugged into a tube amp, you immediately recognize the sound of the Gibson Les Paul Custom ...

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super nice.
    Easy access to acute and sublime.

    SOUNDS

    You can play everything with: Hard rock, funk, jazz, metal, but it may also be preferable to have active pickups ...

    I love all the sounds as well pickup, neck pickup or mix of both.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I always handle is always the same, the sound too. Probably due to some scratches waistband and other buttons.
    This was my second guitar after Aria Pro 2. I've had a Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster which is different but also excellent. By the same.

    Although today it may be worth 3000 euros (I do not know) I think this guitar has nothing to do with the other great guitars Fender, Ibanez etc ...

    Without hesitation I would do this choice.
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  • Gibson LP cutsom 1979

    Gibson Les Paul CustomPublié le 05/18/13 à 13:05
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    With a Les Paul custom GIbson 1979 aged red wine, handle very typical late 70's Gibson ... ebony fingerboard 22 frets, pickups T TOP (tim shaw), highly rated microphones!

    UTILIZATION

    Quite late innings against other GIbson other times by ... weighs against its weight, 4.9 kg for mine .... 2h show we feel the past ...

    SOUNDS

    Sound level is the foot ... the best sound you can get! its a dream we quickly forget the weight ... Gary Moore / Slash and company ... we find the grain! anyway mine equipped with T TOP (vintage) because recent studies have a more modern sound ....

    OVERALL OPINION

    purchase without regret! ...
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    With a Les Paul custom GIbson 1979 aged red wine, handle very typical late 70's Gibson ... ebony fingerboard 22 frets, pickups T TOP (tim shaw), highly rated microphones!

    UTILIZATION

    Quite late innings against other GIbson other times by ... weighs against its weight, 4.9 kg for mine .... 2h show we feel the past ...

    SOUNDS

    Sound level is the foot ... the best sound you can get! its a dream we quickly forget the weight ... Gary Moore / Slash and company ... we find the grain! anyway mine equipped with T TOP (vintage) because recent studies have a more modern sound ....

    OVERALL OPINION

    purchase without regret!
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  • An instrument of legend ... who wins!

    Gibson Les Paul CustomPublié le 09/17/12 à 08:59
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    Usual characteristics of a LP.
    Regarding the specific model, it is white with black triple binding, the hardware is gold, the microphones are 490R and 498T humbuckers ... and the oysters are large rectangles.

    With regard to natural wear: beige varnish turns fast enough, the golden leaves room for the rigging of the silver chafing ... it slips nicely with the game Question of view, but I find more and more beautiful.

    This is very subjective, but for me it is simply aesthetically perfect, this is THE guitar! And it is largely for this "aura" we chose this guitar.

    UTILIZATION

    Gibson Les Paul, it's been! So I'll just remember the aspects that must be overcome to tame the myth:

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    Usual characteristics of a LP.
    Regarding the specific model, it is white with black triple binding, the hardware is gold, the microphones are 490R and 498T humbuckers ... and the oysters are large rectangles.

    With regard to natural wear: beige varnish turns fast enough, the golden leaves room for the rigging of the silver chafing ... it slips nicely with the game Question of view, but I find more and more beautiful.

    This is very subjective, but for me it is simply aesthetically perfect, this is THE guitar! And it is largely for this "aura" we chose this guitar.

    UTILIZATION

    Gibson Les Paul, it's been! So I'll just remember the aspects that must be overcome to tame the myth:

    This is a guitar heavy, we feel that it has been on the back :)
    The patent (beautiful!) Glue a little at the rear of the handle.
    The angles are not saving the right forearm.
    Access to acute (from the 15th fret) is complicated.

    This is really not a guitar "comfortable", or a bear, or play!
    And installation of ... straplocks is simply indispensable as the size of attachments is ridiculous.

    But right before his meme talk, we forgive him these details immediately as we feel that the object is held between the hands is not a simple guitar ... It's hard to describe, it was love at first sight or not :)

    I had heard of problems holding agreement certe, but after a very légé shot at the lime of Sol nut it has been exemplary.

    SOUNDS

    I'll avoid the pile of superlatives .... But p .... n! this sound, this sound .... this is beautiful: ')

    For a brief description:
    The microphone is particularly acute flattering saturated, there is a real grain perfect for all styles of Rock. Volume 10, tone 10 is Gibson's big!
    The microphone is more suitable for serious cleans sound is round, it is soft while maintaining a true presence. Here the tone control makes sense, it is very clean.

    Overall, it was a fat and rich. To imagine the weaknesses, the sound is not enough for slamming funk, and not accurate enough for metal.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years, and I'm never bored. Difficult to crack for another guitar after this one.

    I was on a Ibanez JS100 forward, easy to play relaxed. And honestly, the week that followed the purchase of the Gibson made me doubt as the difference in comfort was huge. But after this adaptation time, hard to go back ... What a pleasure to play, what sound sensations!
    Another black spot, I was not far from discomfort when completing the check ... I still have cold sweats.

    But hey, this is THE LEGEND, it deserved: a little muscular shoulders, is forgetting rash on the forearm, we eat potatoes for a few months, and a serious Gymnastics hands for access to Acute ... and it is finally adopted.

    Being reasonable, there is necessarily better or cheaper ... being reasonable. But how regret purchasing this kind of jewelry: D!
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