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

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  • fab72fab72

    Gibson Les Paul FirebrandPublished on 02/29/08 at 02:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    From first glance, one notices immediately the table flat, has a Les Paul is not like other

    Almost a SG but with the shape of the Les Paul
    Otherwise the finish is worthy of Gibson, you will find on the net amricain the right notes in her finishing and quality.

    UTILIZATION

    Trs enjoyable use a Les Paul "classic", the handle is flatter (closer to the handle of a PRS), and especially the dtail immediately striking is that it is lgre more, long live the flat table.

    SOUNDS

    It dates from 1980 fvrier otherwise, and for spcificits, it does change in PARIS, the EMG P90 t poss him with the volume buttons to push-pull to switch from single to double coil, it increases the col…
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    From first glance, one notices immediately the table flat, has a Les Paul is not like other

    Almost a SG but with the shape of the Les Paul
    Otherwise the finish is worthy of Gibson, you will find on the net amricain the right notes in her finishing and quality.

    UTILIZATION

    Trs enjoyable use a Les Paul "classic", the handle is flatter (closer to the handle of a PRS), and especially the dtail immediately striking is that it is lgre more, long live the flat table.

    SOUNDS

    It dates from 1980 fvrier otherwise, and for spcificits, it does change in PARIS, the EMG P90 t poss him with the volume buttons to push-pull to switch from single to double coil, it increases the color palette of sounds.

    So my opinion on this subject is not valid for a classical Firebrand

    OVERALL OPINION

    Hi, any opinion on this guitar n'tant set, I come to a OPDs, as one of the lucky (I think) the owner of this Les Paul Firebrand.

    So it comes from the United States, brought in 1993, and I bought in 1995, so 13 years I have.
    Otherwise the big sound is the substain Gibson, the total, with the key original Les Paul unconventional, Mark Gibson, among other etched into the head impresses.

    So a good purchase that I do not regret at all, a high-end guitar, for a reasonable price the era, 5000 Frcs.

    For more questions Do not hesitate
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  • ghighighighi

    Gibson Les Paul FirebrandPublished on 08/04/08 at 10:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The typical configuration of the Gibson Les Paul: two double coils. The table is flat which is surprising, but helps to reduce the instrument, making it more comfortable. The finish is a non-varnished, and the Gibson logo is engraved, not painted on the head. Note that the pickup selector at the bottom, near the pots (which is more convenient), and not as tall as the other Les Paul. The neck is glued type with ebony fingerboard please!

    UTILIZATION

    The access is through the highs as all the Les Paul is the only downside that I will, because for the rest of this handle is a bomb! In my life I've tried guitar guitars! But then the handle as comfortable as "soft", so easy (a highway)…
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    The typical configuration of the Gibson Les Paul: two double coils. The table is flat which is surprising, but helps to reduce the instrument, making it more comfortable. The finish is a non-varnished, and the Gibson logo is engraved, not painted on the head. Note that the pickup selector at the bottom, near the pots (which is more convenient), and not as tall as the other Les Paul. The neck is glued type with ebony fingerboard please!

    UTILIZATION

    The access is through the highs as all the Les Paul is the only downside that I will, because for the rest of this handle is a bomb! In my life I've tried guitar guitars! But then the handle as comfortable as "soft", so easy (a highway) I've never met! It is simply fabulous. Even Ibanez (who handles easy to play yet) did not arrive at the ankle. And for a touchdown, the ebony fingerboard is amazing.
    Sound: Gibson. Of sustain, warmth, expression, and the irreplaceable serious micro Gibson: velvety, expressive, soft.

    SOUNDS

    Note that I grew i made this customized scratch (bought used) by a luthier (Scamps in Roubaix) who did a fabulous job. Cutting a second notch (which makes it a bit like a Lag Roxanne), the varnish, replaced by a double treble Di Marzzio (for a little more attack in the register), replace the pots with push / pull in order to switch to single coil with all possible combinations, build a vibrato Kalher (model "suspended" to avoid having to dig the table)

    OVERALL OPINION

    The result is that this race has kept scratching sound start, and extended his record as an exception, more vibrato is truly a marvel, and still handle the MEGA FABULOUS!
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