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

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  • cyrille youngcyrille young

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    Gibson Les Paul BFG LimitedPublished on 03/16/13 at 09:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    mine is a limited BFG bullion burst ... made in USA, tune o matic bridge tailpiece stop bar ... etc. micro BB3 bridge and P90 neck ... the neck is a 50's rounded profile ... two tone volumes, micro switch position 3, which is also badly placed (in place of the second tone), and a very funny Kill-Switch has been placed in the usual position ..

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, it is quite thick round, and very comfortable with its satin side and Wood ... Really nice, it slides alone, especially when it's hot, there hangs or varnish with sweat guitar ... not too heavy because chambered a little thinner than a standard "traditionnal", but less cumbersome ... especially access to …
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    mine is a limited BFG bullion burst ... made in USA, tune o matic bridge tailpiece stop bar ... etc. micro BB3 bridge and P90 neck ... the neck is a 50's rounded profile ... two tone volumes, micro switch position 3, which is also badly placed (in place of the second tone), and a very funny Kill-Switch has been placed in the usual position ..

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, it is quite thick round, and very comfortable with its satin side and Wood ... Really nice, it slides alone, especially when it's hot, there hangs or varnish with sweat guitar ... not too heavy because chambered a little thinner than a standard "traditionnal", but less cumbersome ... especially access to acute ... it's a Les Paul, not need to add .... the sound is "gross" but still good ... the side of satin and unvarnished guitar gives it a "roots", but the sound that comes out is also very roots .. .

    SOUNDS

    The perfect guitar for rock-blues, thick and sharp sound with microphones BB3 in bridge, slamming the middle position, and its very hot and heavy in the neck position with the P 90, and this is where this guitar exchange of a les paul ".... the standard sound are quite extensive ... the BFG plugged into a good tube amp, marshall kind, a good crunch and it is ensured foot rock .... 70's!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have since 2008, and I've tried a bunch of model before buying ... quasi found on the second hand market with only 250 copies released in 2008. Value for money in my opinion excellent, because even if the guitar does not seem finished, this is precisely what gives it its charm, and the sound is really go ...
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