Gibson Les Paul Studio '60s Tribute
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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iamqman 09/29/2011

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

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The Gibson Les Paul studio is a budget friendly Gibson guitar that allows the budget musician to get an extremely great sounding instrument. This is a throwback addition to the 60s Les Paul studio guitars. This features to P90 pickups which gives it that particular sound that's very different than the sound of a humbucker pickup.

These guitars are chambered to get a have a little bit of a hollow sound is not to be as rich and deep as a solid body Gibson Les Paul guitar. The neck is a 60 slimmer neck so if you played the 50s neck it's going to be a little bit sooner than that neck and not as chunky and sick. The radius is 12 inches and you have 22 frets.


Gibson Les Paul Studio '60s Tribute LTD Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:

* Finish: Worn Cherry Burst, Nitrocellulose
* Top: Maple
* Back: Mahogany
* Body Type: Chambered
* Neck Species: Mahogany
* Neck Profile: '60s Slim Taper Style
* Fingerboard: Rosewood
* Frets: 22
* Radius: 12"
* Inlays: Figured Acrylic Trapezoids
* Nut: Corian, 1.695" Width
* Slots: Gibson PLEK System
* Tuners: Vintage Tuners with Pearloid Buttons, Nickel
* Tuning Ratio: 14:1
* Bridge and Tailpiece: Nashville Tune-O-Matic with Stopbar, Chrome-plated Zamak
* Knobs: Gold Top Hat with Chrome Inserts
* Pickguard: Aged Cream
* Pickups: P-90 at Neck and Bridge
* Control Plate Cover: Smoked "see through" Acrylic
* 2 Volume Controls, 300k Linear
* 2 Tone Controls, 500k Non-linear
* Toggle Switch: 3-way Switchcraft with Creme Plastic Tip
* Gig Bag Included


I really like the color of this guitar primarily because of the warned honey sunburst that it has. It looks very vintage and just has a classic look to it. The P90 pick up is pretty good and if you are into the P90 pick ups then you're really going to dig this guitar. It has a full tone even know it is chambered so it's going to be a great guitar especially for the price. It is good to be a particular sound is to be different than a Gibson Les Paul that has home bikers install. So be prepared to sound different than any other Les Paul that/or Jimmy page would play.


At new you can find guitars for right around $850 which is a steal the price if you ask me. It's a great introduction into the Gibson family so at this price it's a pretty good pick up. So I would recommend this to anyone looking to get a solid sounding Gibson Les Paul at a great price. Plus of you need a P90 guitar then this isn't a lot of money to update your guitar collection.