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Gibson [Guitar of the Month - April 2008] LP-295 Gold Top
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News Gibson [Guitar of the Month - April 2008] LP-295 Gold Top

LP-Shaped Guitar de la marque Gibson appartenant à la série Guitar of the Month

Gibson introduces the April release in its "Guitar of the Month" series, the Les Paul 295 Gold Top model.


The Les Paul 295 Goldtop features the wider Florentine cutaway normally found on such models as the Byrdland and the ES-175. The guitar also features hand-painted, cream colored pickguard with gold flowers and split parallelogram inlays along with a chrome Bigsby tailpiece.

The body is solid mahogany with a maple top and single-ply binding, smoothed with Gibson’s classic Goldtop finish. The headstock is also bound in single-ply cream binding and sports Gibson’s traditional holly symbol. The neck is the standard Les Paul mahogany neck with a '50s rounded profile and rosewood fingerboard.

In the neck position, Gibson’s '57 Classic pickup delivers warm, full tone with a balanced response, packing that classic Gibson PAF humbucker crunch.

The new Les Paul 295 comes with a custom Guitar of the Month case.
MSRP is $4,399 and in limited quantity.
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