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Gibson Les Paul Special DC
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Gibson Les Paul Special DC

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

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vincentj vincentj
Publié le 09/02/06 à 12:27
Made in USA
2 single coil pickups P90
Stop-bar bridge and tune-o-matic
Body / Mahogany neck 22 frets plutt flat.
Good finish throughout is when even a gibson.

UTILIZATION

Channel super easy, CASC ais to compare my 22 boxes lespaul.
Super lgre.
The sound: Rock and much sharper than the double coils, to snore a little but hey you get used to it except in studio (de rigueur noise gate)!

SOUNDS

While the note is forcment Max is a skyscraper that has!
In a marshall jtm45 is the exta, bold and brilliant time, the P90 is the missing link between the simple fender humbuckers and ...

OVERALL OPINION

A super skyscraper for rock and blues music and even more extreme.
I got it for 650 Euros hand and I have no regrets.
She is new 1200.
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