Gibson Les Paul Studio '60s Tribute
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Gibson Les Paul Studio '60s Tribute

Les Paul Studio '60s Tribute, LP-Shaped Guitar from Gibson in the Les Paul series.

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onelittlejog 09/26/2011

Gibson Les Paul Studio '60s Tribute : onelittlejog's user review

«  One of the most friendly studio Goldtop! »
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Specifications:

Name: Les Paul Studio '60s Tribute
Category: solidbody electric guitar
Series: The United States Paul Nashville Limited Run
Origin: United States
Body: Mahogany with tonal rooms
Top: carved maple not shown (plain top)
Neck: glued-in Mahogany Quarter Sawn
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Profile Handle: '60s Slim Taper '
Joint body / sleeve: Mortise & Tenon
Frets: 22 Medium Jumbo
Scale: 2475 "
Radius: 12 "
Nut width: 1695 "- 43.05 mm
Nut: Corian (acrylic polymer), notch positioned Plek Technology
Bridge pickup: Gibson single coil P-90
Neck pickup: Gibson single coil P-90
Controls: 1 volume microphone, a micro tone, 3-position selector
Electronics: Volume Linear potentiometers 300k, 500k Non-linear Tone - Switchcraft jack
Bridge: Gibson Tun-o-matic in Chrome Plated Zamak
Tailpiece: Gibson Stopbar Zamak Chrome Plated
Tuners: Vintage Gibson Tuners Perloid Buttons, 14:1 ratio, nickel
Colours: Worn Gold Top, Worn Honey Burst, Heritage Cherry Sunburst Worn, Worn Ebony, Worn White
Verni: satin nitrocellulose
Adhesive: Franklin Titebond 50
Accessories: bag delivered Gibson
Strings of origin: 010 - .046, Genuine Gibson strings
Supplier reference: LPST60WGCH1

UTILIZATION

Channel thinner than on a 50 'tribute, very well for my hands (I'm not bad on my galley lespaul standart or the handle is larger).
The quality of the rosewood fingerboard, pearl and is well (no traces of glue, wood of good quality)
The back of the handle on my slides unless lespaul standart in the palm of the hand, probably had the varnish is a satin nitrocellulose on this one, but it's still a race of very good quality.

The body is in 3 parts on mine (I read that some were in two parts). It is very well done and very quiet (we do note that if you had a look closely, and if one is not novice.)
The body-chamber hollow tone that is in part (under the table) returns to vibrations during the game, with a light amplifier, for example ... it's excellent, and makes the guitar much lighter than a body full.
To be continued ...

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