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

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  • psychebluespsycheblues

    Gary Moore? No!

    Gibson Gary Moore BFGPublished on 08/01/13 at 03:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is marked Made In USA, so I think it's USA made, but my luthier told me that some parts had probably been produced in China, but that is not a bad me-t it says because of his experience in recent years sleeves USA would rather see to it ended badly, with peaks and valleys along the entire length. I trust him, it's his job ;)

    Tune-O-Matic on basic Les Paul.

    Chambered mahogany body with maple table

    Channel type 50 'Mahogany one piece (a Mahogany variety that brings a little more its still hot) with a Baked Maple key as it says on the site, I do not know what it is: S
    It has 22 frets and a 12 "radius.



    UTILIZATION

    The guitar is very light, which is due to t…
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    It is marked Made In USA, so I think it's USA made, but my luthier told me that some parts had probably been produced in China, but that is not a bad me-t it says because of his experience in recent years sleeves USA would rather see to it ended badly, with peaks and valleys along the entire length. I trust him, it's his job ;)

    Tune-O-Matic on basic Les Paul.

    Chambered mahogany body with maple table

    Channel type 50 'Mahogany one piece (a Mahogany variety that brings a little more its still hot) with a Baked Maple key as it says on the site, I do not know what it is: S
    It has 22 frets and a 12 "radius.



    UTILIZATION

    The guitar is very light, which is due to the chambered mahogany body.
    This is not the sound of the Les Paul, but I think it is made for it, he has only to look at her.
    And BFG is short for Barely Finished Guitar, in translation: "Guitar barely finished).

    Then the guitar to a handle type 50 'so it is a bit wide and thick, but compared to a Les Paul-type normal to handle 50' is thinner because the fact that there was no finish removes some thick.
    Before I buy this guitar I played on a Stratocaster Classic Player 60 '(check this guitar is a killer). And when I took this one in hand I was conquered on. The handle seemed nice, it slid very well, the key is perfect.
    Little more body finish that gives an impression of crocodile skin orange, very nice and pleasant to the touch as well. No varnish over so that the guitar will relic look very quickly, which I think is by Gibson.

    While at the controls is simple, the micro switch is in the tone knob instead of the neck pickup, and instead of normal micro switch is a kill-switch.
    The Kill-switch is a gadget that is clear. But it can give good effect in solo and then also to "turn off" the sound of his guitar between songs or other concert.
    But anyway it is not difficult to return to a standard Les Paul electronics above.

    Access to acute is a Les Paul see ... it's not made for it!

    The P90 deserve to be changed for another P90 but better. But all of the P90 there are no exceptions!
    The pickup, a Burstbucker III wants to imitate the sound of the original PAF is great for me, no complaints above.

    SOUNDS

    So there! Big question! Why Gary Moore?
    I mean, this is a guitar made for Rock, Blues Rock see, but in no case of Gary Moore.
    The sound is not heavy enough, there is not enough to sustain the Gary Moore.

    Finally, apart from the somewhat surprising some signature sound is still there, it is not Gary Moore, but it's really good.
    Luckily I did not buy for playing Gary Moore.

    So well, the chambered body brings something special, especially for a Les Paul. The sound is dry and sharp, and not as deep and heavy with a Les Paul Standard.
    This guitar is built for the Rock, and especially the vintage Rock!

    The P90 in the neck is warm and round, with a hint that snap that makes this position a relentless riff machine!
    For solo on the other hand is not great unless you want to make the solo American Woman by The Guess Who.
    The fact that there have not tone allows no adjustment except the volume so it did not quite versatile. But okay, the whole guitar is not made for it,.

    The Burstbucker III, it is dry, sharp, powerful and Blues Rock as one can do it better.
    Again the flexibility is not there, but again it is not made for that, this microphone is to the rhythm Rock, Hard Rock, and especially for the solo, soloist friends then you'll appreciate.
    But beware this is the solo Blues Rock, Rock and Hard Rock only, metalheads and fan Satriani really go your way.

    And the intermediate position, it is quite surprising, since the sound is very warm, round, dry and sharp, but some medium and low pitched very far.
    This position must work well to find a style that allows him to really express. The P90 and Burstbucker III together, I would have never thought of.

    Finally, if you want Gary Moore, go your way.
    If you want metal go your way.
    If you want to make technical demonstration go your way.
    But if you want to make the Blues Rock, Rock and Hard Rock then stop there for a while, take the time to test because you could easily fall in love.
    But that's that for that!
    Lack of versatility that is not annoying because it allows him to be really good Rock.

    OVERALL OPINION

    So I for 1 year.
    I use it every day at least an hour and so far it has all the time suited me, I have never been disappointed noise, aesthetics either, it is very beautiful to look at and pleasant touch.
    But against the finish of the guitar from a mechanical point of view are not extraordinary setting in the luthier when the purchase is to be done if the guitar is really usable long-term.
    I tried another Les Paul, the Gibson, the Burny and other brands because I wanted a standard Les Paul guitar. and surprisingly I bought this guitar to the blind while I tried several before.
    I immediately fell in love with her look! This is vintage without relic, for me it was perfect.

    I bought it used a guy for 500 €, so in the end the value for money is pretty good for me, but not new I find very good.

    Once again I repeat, this is perfect for the Rock, but for anything else!
    If you're a fan of The Kinks, AC / DC, the Stones, the Aeromsith, Lenny Kravitz, Led Zeppelin, Clapton, Cream and other is perfect.
    But all that is not Rock, Blues Rock look elsewhere ;)
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  • MardrosMardros

    A great guitar

    Gibson Gary Moore BFGPublished on 01/25/13 at 00:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This guitar was made in the USA, 22 frets, 1 P90 and Burstbucker 1, 1 kill switch

    UTILIZATION

    Then, the handle is super nice, access to acute is the weight is suitable for Les Paul

    SOUNDS

    Regarding the sounds: OUAWWW! This guitar is simply amazing, both in clean (contrary to what I've read) that distortion. The P90 is excellent, gets super sounds in clean, warm, well rounded and very fat distortion. The Burstbucker he excels in distortion. With a tube amp is a good distortion, this guitar will take you to paradise.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this guitar for 6 months now and I wing a little more each day. But I've had a lot of other guitars (strat us, les paul sta…
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    This guitar was made in the USA, 22 frets, 1 P90 and Burstbucker 1, 1 kill switch

    UTILIZATION

    Then, the handle is super nice, access to acute is the weight is suitable for Les Paul

    SOUNDS

    Regarding the sounds: OUAWWW! This guitar is simply amazing, both in clean (contrary to what I've read) that distortion. The P90 is excellent, gets super sounds in clean, warm, well rounded and very fat distortion. The Burstbucker he excels in distortion. With a tube amp is a good distortion, this guitar will take you to paradise.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this guitar for 6 months now and I wing a little more each day. But I've had a lot of other guitars (strat us, les paul standard ...) and this one is my favorite. In addition, it is simply beautiful but its aesthetic will not appeal to everyone. In short, a great guitar!
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  • KirKillKirKill

    Gibson Gary Moore BFGPublished on 11/01/11 at 13:56
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    For the specs I have nothing to add all is said
    apart is that it is not crude oil varnish, the wood must be treated right is protected
    The kill switch just moves a little bit of tightening and it's good
    No pearl inlay is a shame but hey there's no loss of life either, it remains in the minds of apple GROSS
    Setting level I think a small tour with a specialist will give a different face

    UTILIZATION

    The touch of the handle is very nice as it is not varnished the thickness of the handle is not a true 50 if I have to compare to my Gibson Trad, I would say it is slightly thinner but it ' is surely ought to varnish with less, not against it in an Ibanez Wizard neck for the shred…
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    For the specs I have nothing to add all is said
    apart is that it is not crude oil varnish, the wood must be treated right is protected
    The kill switch just moves a little bit of tightening and it's good
    No pearl inlay is a shame but hey there's no loss of life either, it remains in the minds of apple GROSS
    Setting level I think a small tour with a specialist will give a different face

    UTILIZATION

    The touch of the handle is very nice as it is not varnished the thickness of the handle is not a true 50 if I have to compare to my Gibson Trad, I would say it is slightly thinner but it ' is surely ought to varnish with less, not against it in an Ibanez Wizard neck for the shredder Steve Vai, but when you see Joe Perry, Slash, Buckethead, Ashba, Zakk Wylde, Kirk Hammett ... it is possible to type solos on Les Paul, so it's not mission impossible
    The location of the pickup selector may sound strange but you get done quickly
    The kill switch I think it's more a gimmick than anything else, not bad, but not necessary
    The guitar is lightweight with chambered body
    The balance is questionable

    SOUNDS

    The P90 Alnico 5 it gives a clean sound with enough particularity is indescribably hot, slimy and hairy (shit it reminds me something, dear, if you read me ...) For my part I love that there is a clean specificity found nowhere
    The Burstbuker 3 Alnico II, the most powerful bursbuker then it is hard, it contrasts sharply with the P90's rock it back into the bacon to Mr.
    The split in the middle gives a dimension to the clean / crunch pretty cool
    The coupling of P90 and BB3 has been included on the Dark Fire Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited and surely other, then, we talk about shovel € 2,000 tip anyway
    I used it mainly on a Fender Blues Deluxe

    OVERALL OPINION

    I had it for almost 2 years
    In comparison I had a Gibson Les Paul Studio so I will not talk about my ex Ibanez, Vigier, Musicman that has nothing to do, so compared to my Les Paul Studio BFG I prefer this
    The price / quality ratio is by appointment I had for € 900 in-store cons above is not terrible I saw at € 1190 so there is no ...
    If it again I would rather save my € 900 and took a Gibson Trad OK it's not the same price, right on the other hand I had the guitar back after 3 years of inactivity and I want to make me happy on this one and I admit that I was not disappointed it was a recovery in style
    Since it was sold and I have good memories:)
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  • JoCkEr_cyrilJoCkEr_cyril

    Gibson Gary Moore BFGPublished on 05/18/09 at 12:26
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    Mahogany body dug table Saddle Mahogany neck 22 frets 1950 rounded profile, rosewood fingerboard. Grover bridge stopbar mcaniques two volume knobs and a Tone of microphones: Burstbucker 3 Zebra (humbucker) at P90 and Chevallet the handle electronic: slecteur a 3-position switch and a kill switch factory in United States, book with a very beautiful indoor white tui! BMOL small, my fist the tui was a little game, but nothing serious ...

    UTILIZATION

    above all is a beautiful object trs, nothing to say, it's really nice visually.
    with respect to the handle, not bad, a little too rough when even that did not polish a limited run factory ... it is rather large, rather hard, but eventu…
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    Mahogany body dug table Saddle Mahogany neck 22 frets 1950 rounded profile, rosewood fingerboard. Grover bridge stopbar mcaniques two volume knobs and a Tone of microphones: Burstbucker 3 Zebra (humbucker) at P90 and Chevallet the handle electronic: slecteur a 3-position switch and a kill switch factory in United States, book with a very beautiful indoor white tui! BMOL small, my fist the tui was a little game, but nothing serious ...

    UTILIZATION

    above all is a beautiful object trs, nothing to say, it's really nice visually.
    with respect to the handle, not bad, a little too rough when even that did not polish a limited run factory ... it is rather large, rather hard, but eventually got used to it.
    ergonomics is rotten, the head leans forward, it's just boring trs standing. dcoupes no comfort (normal gibson), but the finish hurt gross frankly forearms, dc low position forces (not necessarily what I like). Access in acute worthy of a gibson dc not great but we know that when we bought. vacuum, it sounds powerful, ca rsons box (thank you to the rooms) ...

    6 / 10, not bad but in hindsight I'm not a fan.

    SOUNDS

    I bought this guitar for my strat complter, so to use rock, hard and drop.
    ADI is not an instrument of proguiste, ca is not prcis drool at all. ca sec attack in the bridge position, big power, good harmonics, the sound is rather full it is. to use that distortion, it's horrible to clean, far too aggressive ...
    intermdiaire position is pretty clean in (round, a little heat, not too runny) and average saturation ... Sounds good, but not much interest.
    As for p90, it is frankly not bad. in clean, trs is round, warm, bubbly and drooling with natural saturation lgre I love! DO, even finding is the trs round, drooling like a lot ... pity that a problem of masses come fuck a big buzz every time I change mics ...

    primarily uses a JVM 410, and tests on a 5150 II and ENGL combo

    honestly it sounds, not like real gary moore because the fingers are not sold. is a skyscraper meant to be powerful, but ultimately you lose a little cot Gibson, unfortunately. again, the buzz of p90 was really really unplayable c'tait gav a high volume, a feedback ca crait crazy

    4 / 10, because even though it sounds, it is not unusual, ca not take the style of Moore and we s'loigne gibson sound, not to mention the scratches cot unplayable because of a feedback, the buzz and all.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had a year and I RERF me to be more accurate

    I bought this machine on a whim, I liked it and I cracked Aesthetics. in retrospect, I'm in love plsu

    The pros: the crude look beautiful, powerful sounds, the p90 without the buzz, the harge of Burstbucker, good sustain without being that of uen standart gibson (trs and away from the true model)

    the -: the fucking buzz, the rotten wiring (the kill switch was rewired for a thousand euros fears ca), comfort lacking, mcaniques that do not take the agreement (10/52 drawing, guitar r rule but after five bends need leads connected)

    THE report quality price is blah, I'll head for ways to sell it to buy a music man petrucci (nothing to do I know). I'm not made for her, but she will please others.

    with all the hindsight J'lui gives a 4 / 10 ... a guitar right, but who lies on his signature ... ca worth the price, there's much better for much less!
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  • gibson92gibson92

    Gibson Gary Moore BFGPublished on 08/30/09 at 00:50
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    UTILIZATION

    handle enough pais
    lgre top weight and ergonomics as
    Access in acute forget it
    the kill switch
    1 / there is no point it turns off the sound
    2 / Moore does not use AC I saw him drop his microphone ... it plays in serious acute and operates the slecteur background (ie scam gibson)

    The sound is good with the mic better than a studio acute
    is exclusive and Rock

    SOUNDS

    Ouli clean sounds are just as Moore has
    I scratched dpend NEHAP that the amp and not the reverse is Gnant
    I tried a Blackstar ...
    It does not sustain yours ... a shame

    OVERALL OPINION

    I also play for and it's not moore ada…
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    see more views of friends and lower aut ...

    UTILIZATION

    handle enough pais
    lgre top weight and ergonomics as
    Access in acute forget it
    the kill switch
    1 / there is no point it turns off the sound
    2 / Moore does not use AC I saw him drop his microphone ... it plays in serious acute and operates the slecteur background (ie scam gibson)

    The sound is good with the mic better than a studio acute
    is exclusive and Rock

    SOUNDS

    Ouli clean sounds are just as Moore has
    I scratched dpend NEHAP that the amp and not the reverse is Gnant
    I tried a Blackstar ...
    It does not sustain yours ... a shame

    OVERALL OPINION

    I also play for and it's not moore adaptbr /> For 1000 euros for the studio as you pay half price the logo of the guitar
    ca 750 euros worth no more
    in addition it does not sound moore
    It smells of money history of Endor ...
    Take a traditional secondhand
    aufait I saw Moore on scne and strat tl gibson
    same sound.
    in the fingers
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  • King LoudnessKing Loudness

    Upscale BFG

    Gibson Gary Moore BFGPublished on 09/04/11 at 19:25
    This version of the Gibson BFG Les Paul is made as a signature model for noted rock/blues guitar virtuoso Gary Moore (R.I.P!) who played in noted bands like Thin Lizzy as well as on his own solo material. However, aside from it being called a Gary Moore signature, it doesn't really have anything about it that makes it that much different from a regular BFG. It features all the same specs as a regular BFG (mahogany construction, rosewood fretboard with 22 frets, P90/Burstbucker pickups and an electronics layout with two volumes, a master tone, regular pickup selector switch and a killswitch.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar is not really any more or less ergonomic than most other Les Pauls I…
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    This version of the Gibson BFG Les Paul is made as a signature model for noted rock/blues guitar virtuoso Gary Moore (R.I.P!) who played in noted bands like Thin Lizzy as well as on his own solo material. However, aside from it being called a Gary Moore signature, it doesn't really have anything about it that makes it that much different from a regular BFG. It features all the same specs as a regular BFG (mahogany construction, rosewood fretboard with 22 frets, P90/Burstbucker pickups and an electronics layout with two volumes, a master tone, regular pickup selector switch and a killswitch.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar is not really any more or less ergonomic than most other Les Pauls I've tried. It is chambered like 90 percent of LPs nowadays, so the weight isn't as bad as some of the heavier LPs like the Traditional or the Custom Shop reisues. However the issues of the neck heel and clunky design aren't any different, so if you aren't a fan of that general design this guitar won't be an improvement. The upper fret access is decent, but not as good as a nice superstrat type ax.

    Getting a decent sound out of this guitar isn't difficult. The P90/humbucker combination provides a decent range of tones that differ from a standard Les Paul and the killswitch is great for modern effects too.

    SOUNDS

    At its core, the guitar sounds like a Les Paul should. It has the typical low end girth that is the mark of a Les Paul, and the thick nature is there whether you are using the P90 or the humubucker. The P90 covers some great jazzier/bluesier sounds and has a grittier and slimier sound than the humbucker, which is tighter and more articulate. The two of them make for a pretty cool combination overall and it allows a best of both worlds sort of scenario for players who love P90s and humbuckers both in their Les Pauls. This is true for both clean tones as well as tones ranging from mild overdrive to heavier distortion settings.

    OVERALL OPINION

    All in all the Gibson BFG Gary Moore is a nice guitar for someone who wants a slightly more classy looking BFG guitar. It's not really different tonally wise compared to the regular BFG, so you're basically getting this one for cosmetic reasons or because you're a GM fan. Either way you can't go wrong, as the BFG is a great stripped down Les Paul anyway.
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  • HatsubaiHatsubai

    Gary Moore's BFG model

    Gibson Gary Moore BFGPublished on 08/13/11 at 19:30
    Along with the normal BFG, there is also a Gary Moore model, and I find that these not only look better, but they tend to play better as well. The guitar features a mahogany body with a maple top, mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, no inlays, pickguard, binding, hard tail bridge, two humbuckers, two volumes, one tone, one kill switch and a three way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The first thing about this guitar that really stands out is that the flame on this pops out a bit more than some of the other models. They're generally solid flames, but I've seen other guitars with better ones. Even Jackson can have more intricate flames. Then again, it all depends on what you're g…
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    Along with the normal BFG, there is also a Gary Moore model, and I find that these not only look better, but they tend to play better as well. The guitar features a mahogany body with a maple top, mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, no inlays, pickguard, binding, hard tail bridge, two humbuckers, two volumes, one tone, one kill switch and a three way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The first thing about this guitar that really stands out is that the flame on this pops out a bit more than some of the other models. They're generally solid flames, but I've seen other guitars with better ones. Even Jackson can have more intricate flames. Then again, it all depends on what you're going for. The nut on this was cut properly, and I had no issues with tuning. The frets were dead on, and the edges felt great. I really dug how this guitar played, and it had a nearly perfect weight, weighing somewhere around 8 to 9 lbs.

    SOUNDS

    The guitar sounds just like the normal BFG, to be honest. There's not a huge amount of difference. You have the humbucker in the bridge, and it delivers a very cool, fat, overdriven tone. It works great in cranked Marshalls, and it really comes alive under gain. However, I wish it had a bit more clarity and punch. The P90 in the neck is awesome for blues lead tones, and you can get some really great cleans out of it too. The kill switch is kinda useless, but if you're a Buckethead fan, you might enjoy messing with it. I find I can get a similar sound with adjusting the individual volume knobs.

    OVERALL OPINION

    These are more consistent than the regular BFGs, but they're also quite a bit more expensive. I find they look nicer, but sometimes the flames on these can be a bit lacking. The setup from the factory was alright, but I'm more of a fan of lower action, so I find myself lowering it on all of these guitars. Regardless, check eBay to try to find a cheap one, but watch out for fakes.
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  • da Vinci78da Vinci78

    Gibson Gary Moore BFGPublished on 12/11/09 at 08:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
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    UTILIZATION

    Channel pleasant finish surprising at first, then we made it very quickly. When you have the legs often sweaty like me, is an asset.
    The frets are fairly thin, I prefer them to fret usually placed on the Les Paul.

    SOUNDS

    The guitar does not excel in clean sounds, according to what it portends.
    However, with the right settings on the amp, and thanks to p90, it is quite possible to get good cleans very thick, you just love those kinds of sounds.

    Guitar tested head Blackstar HT-5 and Tiny Terror Orange 4x12 speaker on.

    It is in this saturated guitar excels. And here I find it funnier to play with the P90, drooling just right, …
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    View previous opinions.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel pleasant finish surprising at first, then we made it very quickly. When you have the legs often sweaty like me, is an asset.
    The frets are fairly thin, I prefer them to fret usually placed on the Les Paul.

    SOUNDS

    The guitar does not excel in clean sounds, according to what it portends.
    However, with the right settings on the amp, and thanks to p90, it is quite possible to get good cleans very thick, you just love those kinds of sounds.

    Guitar tested head Blackstar HT-5 and Tiny Terror Orange 4x12 speaker on.

    It is in this saturated guitar excels. And here I find it funnier to play with the P90, drooling just right, with the biting Burstbucker bridge and enters the bacon without any concession.
    I took a blast to play a few notes of "Europa" (micro serious), "Always on the run" (bridge pickup), "Still Got The Blues" (both).
    Each time, failing to have exactly the same sound as that of my favorite guitarists, I had an authentic sound in the spirit of play and feel very comfortable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    If you want the sound of Gary Moore, already you have to say that we need to get the same graft legs lumberjack Irish, because everything is in the fingers of the man.

    Then we must ask what "period" by Gary Moore is to come closer, as the scarred did not always have the same sound (see his various guitars, amps, etc..).

    If one wants to approach the legendary Gary, then "Still got the blues, it will not take the BFG but the other or another signature model Les Paul with more or less the same characteristics ... and then afterwards will follow at the amp if you're so sharp.

    So, to summarize, if you're looking for the sound of Gary Moore, this model is not the most appropriate, but if you want a good Les Paul with character and original hair, go for it!
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