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

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  • The best electric guitar in my life

    Gibson Les Paul Studio FadedPublished on 02/19/11 at 15:38
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    USA

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    Les Paul Studio Faded worn cherry

    USE

    Handle very pleasant.
    Weight: not as heavy as my old LP Studio and therefore more pleasant on hard
    Access to acute right
    Sound: a dream! Gibson sound, true, pure instantly!

    SONORITS

    I played for 35 years in rock records, blues, pop and classical. I can play everything on this guitar. Crystal clear and warm rhythms to raging solos passing even by pieces of classical guitar.
    I use a masrchall lamps. This guitar provides all Gibson sounds. For the price, this guitar is a marvel.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it for a year and I admit that I use much less my Deluxe Stratocaster US since I have this......
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    USA

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    Les Paul Studio Faded worn cherry

    USE

    Handle very pleasant.
    Weight: not as heavy as my old LP Studio and therefore more pleasant on hard
    Access to acute right
    Sound: a dream! Gibson sound, true, pure instantly!

    SONORITS

    I played for 35 years in rock records, blues, pop and classical. I can play everything on this guitar. Crystal clear and warm rhythms to raging solos passing even by pieces of classical guitar.
    I use a masrchall lamps. This guitar provides all Gibson sounds. For the price, this guitar is a marvel.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it for a year and I admit that I use much less my Deluxe Stratocaster US since I have this guitar. It is much better than the normal Gibson LP Studio I possdais there a few years, and in addition, unlike the First, it takes much better tuning.

    This guitar is a revelation: the standard Gibson sound to 600/700. It is becoming very beautiful faded version smells the wood elsewhere. Book in a gibson chest with white velvet inside.

    If you rvez his real Gibson, but can not or do not want to over 2,000 in a standard, go without hsiter acqurir for this guitar.
    In electric I possd an Ibanez (also very good scratch), a LP studio, three stratos US, but this is the best electric I have ever had.
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  • Gibson Les Paul Studio FadedPublished on 01/28/10 at 07:42
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  • Gibson Les Paul Studio FadedPublished on 04/10/10 at 07:44
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    Manufactures Nashville, TENESSEE

    BODY Mahogany Finish Worn Brown

    NECK Mahogany
    Profile: '59 Les Paul Rounded
    Junction sleeve / body 16ME the box

    Rosewood BUTTON
    Scale: 628.6 mm (24 3/4 ")
    Frets: 22
    Nut Width head: 42.8 mm (1 11/16 ")
    Repres kind of NACRS keys Trapzes

    HARDWARE Chrome
    Tailpiece: Stopbar
    Bridge: Tune-o-matic
    Knobs: Black Speed ​​Type

    ELECTRONIC
    2 microphones Gibson Burstbucker Pro
    Contrles: 2 volume, 2 tonalities, slecteur microphones 3 positions

    Strings: Brite Wires (pulling: .010-.046)

    USE

    Despite the lack of polish we walk on the handle which is very ergonomic.
    It is extremely lightweight for a Les Paul, its shape is......
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    Manufactures Nashville, TENESSEE

    BODY Mahogany Finish Worn Brown

    NECK Mahogany
    Profile: '59 Les Paul Rounded
    Junction sleeve / body 16ME the box

    Rosewood BUTTON
    Scale: 628.6 mm (24 3/4 ")
    Frets: 22
    Nut Width head: 42.8 mm (1 11/16 ")
    Repres kind of NACRS keys Trapzes

    HARDWARE Chrome
    Tailpiece: Stopbar
    Bridge: Tune-o-matic
    Knobs: Black Speed ​​Type

    ELECTRONIC
    2 microphones Gibson Burstbucker Pro
    Contrles: 2 volume, 2 tonalities, slecteur microphones 3 positions

    Strings: Brite Wires (pulling: .010-.046)

    USE

    Despite the lack of polish we walk on the handle which is very ergonomic.
    It is extremely lightweight for a Les Paul, its shape is very pretty (but it is seen dj knows that we know what we research ...) However, the access to the treble is a bit difficult but as almost every Les Paul you tell me.


    SONORITS

    I will not dwell too much on that because CONSIDERING me even as "beginner" I do not want to distort the notice.
    I'll just say that it is perfect for my style of music (Pop, Rock, Metal ... as in an apartment, I play a little Vox AC4TV lamps 4w but I have not tested with a pedal effect, but investment is underway.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    This is my first electric guitar (well you fuck you !!! not like some friends we have told me ^^), I use it for less than a month and I am tr s a happy Needless to say ...
    For Gibson, I do not find it overly expensive price, I prfr a Les Paul Junior with a single microphone and only 50 cheaper so I think I do it again this choice is in h siter.
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  • Gibson Les Paul Studio FadedPublished on 04/10/10 at 11:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Nashville manufactures TENESSEE model 2010

    BODY Mahogany Finish Worn Brown

    NECK Mahogany
    Profile: '59 Les Paul Rounded
    Junction sleeve / body 16ME the box

    Rosewood BUTTON
    Scale: 628.6 mm (24 3/4 ")
    Frets: 22
    Nut Width head: 42.8 mm (1 11/16 ")
    Repres kind of NACRS keys Trapzes

    HARDWARE Chrome
    Tailpiece: Stopbar
    Bridge: Tune-o-matic
    Knobs: Black Speed ​​Type

    ELECTRONIC
    2 microphones Gibson Burstbucker Pro
    Contrles: 2 volume, 2 tonalities, slecteur microphones 3 positions

    Strings: Brite Wires (pulling: .010-.046)

    USE

    Despite the lack of polish we walk on the handle which is very ergonomic.
    It is extremely lightweight for a Les Paul, its......
    Read more
    Nashville manufactures TENESSEE model 2010

    BODY Mahogany Finish Worn Brown

    NECK Mahogany
    Profile: '59 Les Paul Rounded
    Junction sleeve / body 16ME the box

    Rosewood BUTTON
    Scale: 628.6 mm (24 3/4 ")
    Frets: 22
    Nut Width head: 42.8 mm (1 11/16 ")
    Repres kind of NACRS keys Trapzes

    HARDWARE Chrome
    Tailpiece: Stopbar
    Bridge: Tune-o-matic
    Knobs: Black Speed ​​Type

    ELECTRONIC
    2 microphones Gibson Burstbucker Pro
    Contrles: 2 volume, 2 tonalities, slecteur microphones 3 positions

    Strings: Brite Wires (pulling: .010-.046)

    USE

    Despite the lack of polish we walk on the handle which is very ergonomic.
    It is extremely lightweight for a Les Paul, its shape is very pretty (but it is seen dj knows that we know what we research ...) However, the access to the treble is a bit difficult but as almost every Les Paul you tell me.

    SONORITS

    I will not dwell too much on that because CONSIDERING me even as "beginner" I do not want to distort the notice.
    I'll just say that it is perfect for my style of music (Pop, Rock, Metal ... as in an apartment, I play a little Vox AC4TV lamps 4w but I have not tested with a pedal effect, but investment is underway.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    This is my first electric guitar (well you fuck you !!! not like some friends we have told me ^^), I use it for less than a month and I am tr s a happy Needless to say ...
    For Gibson, I do not find it overly expensive price, I prfr a Les Paul Junior with a single microphone and only 50 cheaper so I think I do it again this choice is in h siter.
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  • Gibson Les Paul Studio FadedPublished on 11/19/14 at 10:00
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    made in uSA, the rest looks very close to a les paul ... do not you think?

    UTILIZATION

    the handle should do it, for me it was not easy because I come from the world Ibanez handle highway .....
    the most important is the wear low, head in the air, piuce above the handle. in this position, it is easy to sort the riff from Led Zeppelin!

    SOUNDS

    it rumbles villain immediately behind a good drive channel. and it's still sweet in neck pickup and clear and warm.
    a short pleasure

    OVERALL OPINION

    certe this is not a standard, a traditional or a custom. but it sends severe.
    for that price it takes for easy page! ...
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    made in uSA, the rest looks very close to a les paul ... do not you think?

    UTILIZATION

    the handle should do it, for me it was not easy because I come from the world Ibanez handle highway .....
    the most important is the wear low, head in the air, piuce above the handle. in this position, it is easy to sort the riff from Led Zeppelin!

    SOUNDS

    it rumbles villain immediately behind a good drive channel. and it's still sweet in neck pickup and clear and warm.
    a short pleasure

    OVERALL OPINION

    certe this is not a standard, a traditional or a custom. but it sends severe.
    for that price it takes for easy page!
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  • It has everything a great

    Gibson Les Paul Studio FadedPublished on 09/23/14 at 07:06
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    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very deep and well rounded, ideal for those who like to play thumb on top.
    The weight is very reasonable (the body is recessed in part)

    SOUNDS

    Mine is in monttée Burstbucker pro original.

    After you try the traditionnal a buddy (mounted classic 57), I find that the price difference is not reflected in the sound. Mine has a brighter, more rock, but whether is be completely different character.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Very good guitar, no regrets.
  • Affordable jewelry

    Gibson Les Paul Studio FadedPublished on 02/15/14 at 12:37
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    Mine is dating a model 2010 purchased from a luthier there of that one week (February 2014). Okay so on components, vary depending on the year, supplier, etc ... Note that the LP Studio Faded were not equipped with maple table before 2012.
    For my part:
    • Factory USA (that's normal from a Gibson tell me ...)
    • Mahogany Body
    • Mahogany
    • Mahogany
    • Rosewood fingerboard
    • Two humbuckers Burstbucker pro
    • A Tune-O-Matic
    • chambered body (so hyper light, and it's nice to death on a Lespaul!)
    For mechanical Gibson Deluxe is noted above, I could not tell you more, but they are very precise and takes into tuning.
    • 22 frets
    • 2 volume / 2 tone controls and a 3 pos'
    • In......
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    Mine is dating a model 2010 purchased from a luthier there of that one week (February 2014). Okay so on components, vary depending on the year, supplier, etc ... Note that the LP Studio Faded were not equipped with maple table before 2012.
    For my part:
    • Factory USA (that's normal from a Gibson tell me ...)
    • Mahogany Body
    • Mahogany
    • Mahogany
    • Rosewood fingerboard
    • Two humbuckers Burstbucker pro
    • A Tune-O-Matic
    • chambered body (so hyper light, and it's nice to death on a Lespaul!)
    For mechanical Gibson Deluxe is noted above, I could not tell you more, but they are very precise and takes into tuning.
    • 22 frets
    • 2 volume / 2 tone controls and a 3 pos'
    • In terms of finishes, the guitar is simply painted with a fairly thin veneer, again we must love, you do not have the shiny, and the guitar is a little less protected, but the color remains pretty cool

    UTILIZATION

    • Regarding the handle, it is round enough and very comfortable, my luthier did a perfect job at the settings, I find it easier to play a Ibanez after every guitarist has his preferences, personally I ' totally agree.
    • In terms of usability, in terms of form, it will not be easy, this is what a LP ... Access in acute is not easy but the solos are feasible with more or less ease. For weight, as I said above, the recess and nail play, but it is very light compared to a traditional LP, your back and shoulders will thank you: D
    • Beauty is very easy to tame, knobs that match, two microphones with their own personality, very efficient mechanical ...

    SOUNDS

    As mentioned just above, microphones each have their own personality, of course with a pickup more access to acute and its pretty square and a round neck pickup rather hot, with a system based on the bass, perfect sound for playing the clean.
    Rather I play, rock blues, metal, and heavy metal, and it happens to follow me in all these records! Very comfortable on small cushy blues, with a pretty decent sustain, and a very warm sound, even for warm tones it is also very comfortable on the rock Guns N Roses, and even after playing metal, hardcore limit, it also stroll, well proportioned bass as acute, depending on your settings in any case I do not have to worry with some beatdown.
    I mainly play on my Blackstar HT-20 with an Ibanez TS9 that I use boost.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been a week that I have, and I am constantly on so this guitar is great, difficult to pass such a skyscraper. You Gibson quality at your fingertips with a fairly good price.
    I took a big blow to heart, because I wanted the base point me to a Flying V or a PRS SE Custom 24, a simple test on this LP and I wanted to embark.
    If the choice was to do it again I would do it again, especially for the price, and maybe I would consider the change a little, by putting a pair of active pickups or something like that (bouuuh sacrilege: D)
    Maybe I would put a caveat for varnish too fragile, although I love its appearance, but this is really to quibble and not put him 10/10 everywhere
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  • this is a good guitar

    Gibson Les Paul Studio FadedPublished on 02/03/14 at 10:12
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    This is a made in usa course. Pickups are a 490R and 498T (the same as a standard). The handle is "equipped" trapezoids and not points, as the "special".
    In short it almost everything a great.
    The only downsides are that I would: - polish too thin and too fragile wood (therefore less sustain) There really is a big difference with a standard on these two points..
    The good side is that it is lighter than standard and there is less wrong between the shoulder blades at the end of concerts (or rpeter).
    I would advocate change for mechanical sperzels (those that were originally fitted are just a little), but it is only a personal opinion.
    I think this is a guitar that offers......
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    This is a made in usa course. Pickups are a 490R and 498T (the same as a standard). The handle is "equipped" trapezoids and not points, as the "special".
    In short it almost everything a great.
    The only downsides are that I would: - polish too thin and too fragile wood (therefore less sustain) There really is a big difference with a standard on these two points..
    The good side is that it is lighter than standard and there is less wrong between the shoulder blades at the end of concerts (or rpeter).
    I would advocate change for mechanical sperzels (those that were originally fitted are just a little), but it is only a personal opinion.
    I think this is a guitar that offers excellent value for money and allows a quality instrument in the hands for a reasonable price.
    Of course if you can buy a standard or custom do not hesitate!

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is less "slippery" than a standard because of the varnish.
    Ergonomics are good, easy access to acute.
    The relatively light weight is nice.
    I play on a double corp marshall JCM 900 (dual reverb, 5881) I manage to have a good sound.

    SOUNDS

    I used to play as a "fat" sound as the zz top. For "clear" sounds, nothing beats my strat.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for several years and this was my first gibson.J 'have since been the aquisition of a standard sg and I abandoned too often my "les paul".
    I do not have the money at the time to buy a more expensive guitar, and my les paul studio faded worn brown allowed me to have a gibson at a reasonable price.
    I've attached we spent hours together and I do not revendrais, although today I have other guitars.
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  • An entry-level will seduce you!

    Gibson Les Paul Studio FadedPublished on 02/03/14 at 11:33
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    A guitar made in USA nice appearance (Gibson requires), an easel tune-o-matic, a thick neck that will, like the rest of this guitar seduce you. Today, this log I miss when I play other guitars! Belle has 22 frets, and is equipped with two microphones Gibson for me.

    Caution: for pickups, they change depending on the model. The "Studio Worn" models were actually made to taste companies who commanded. Basically, Thomann perhaps not choose the same options as Woodbrass when they ordered from Gibson. Some models are equipped with Burstbuckers, other 410 ... Be careful when buying. Mine is equipped with 490R and 490T (memory ...)

    At the settings: a three-position switch (Channel /......
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    A guitar made in USA nice appearance (Gibson requires), an easel tune-o-matic, a thick neck that will, like the rest of this guitar seduce you. Today, this log I miss when I play other guitars! Belle has 22 frets, and is equipped with two microphones Gibson for me.

    Caution: for pickups, they change depending on the model. The "Studio Worn" models were actually made to taste companies who commanded. Basically, Thomann perhaps not choose the same options as Woodbrass when they ordered from Gibson. Some models are equipped with Burstbuckers, other 410 ... Be careful when buying. Mine is equipped with 490R and 490T (memory ...)

    At the settings: a three-position switch (Channel / Channel-Bridge / Bridge) and 4 knobs (volume and tone for each pickup)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle ... What Channel! I love it, it is very polished and I love to feel the wood in the palm of my left hand. It is very pleasant and recalls the sensation Takamine acoustic "type". The body of the guitar is both thick and small (I mean the size of the table that surprised me: it looks pretty cute and it denotes the image we have of it when you see the Slash play ... However, it is the standard size of the LP).

    The guitar is fairly light: Yes, it's controversial but the body of LP Stud is dug ... So supposedly less sustain but also less heavy. Everything is paid, it will me me like that!

    Access to acute ... If everybody does it, is that it is doable! the heel of the neck is fairly well embedded so we can enter the most acute, the famous D which ends the round notes.

    I get the sound good?
    Yes! of course! mics are good, although the knobs allow customize the sound! Some tips though:

    Micro-acute (pickup), volume and tone background: lots of power, the "crados" sounds are cool (rock-hard-metal carefree), with a large distortion, we fly. For soloing in clean, it is also a good config.
    Intermediate-Position: Good for rhythm in clean, its quite deep, rich and accurate. In OD / Disto, I prefer to use the bridge pickup.
    Serious-position (neck pickup) in clean, it is necessary to thoroughly tone if all identity is lost, the sound is flat, little exploitable. With the tone background, we gain serious (logique. ..), the sound hollow and perfectly accompany a song with some arpeggios for example. Last config that I recommend: the neck pickup, with a neatly trimmed distortion (V EQ for example), cut and tone you THE SOUND OF SLASH!

    SOUNDS

    In terms of sound, I began to meet higher ...

    They suit my style of sound, I'm in love anyway (I do not deny you). I love the distorted sounds (which does not mean it does it), I use several types of distortion:


    Disto-integrated lamp Marshall VS8080: top top top, we will rock to rhythmic "metal" worry, we'll squish the british takeoff of a Boeing.

    DS-1 on a clean, why not ... At all ... Crunch but it's still acceptable.

    Akai Deluxe Distortion-equivalent to the distortion of Marshall, although remaining more versatile (it easily passes through to the rhythmic clash or to sounds worthy of AC / DC but I favor the powerful and bold sounds ... forgive the little).

    Big Muff Pi-: Huge sound bluesy-filthy very nice.

    After combining, and size is found ... Microphones leave a large enough field of action.

    You do everything with this guitar almost (you do not have the sound of Keith Richard, whatever your config but you get close easily by cutting).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this guitar for 5 years (already? I love him like the first day).

    I tried many models I was tempted by a variety of models, being at the time at the beginning of course (and as always), I was looking level: Fender, BC Rich (forgive the little), Tele , SG, LP of all kinds ... This guitar has captivated me since his display, she had to cease to continue to subjugate me to let discover tame.

    If you have at least a chance to try, make, let yourself be charmed. She did not stamp a Custom, and I do not have the means to pay me. It does not interest me too little: I found my guitar, with a nice face, a sound that I like and that suits me.

    The value for money is great and I think Gibson is not to leave equivalent. I remake that choice closed my eyes and keep this guitar for a long time.

    (Minor Downside: the Switch which is quickly worn changed for 10 € ...)
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  • excellent guitar

    Gibson Les Paul Studio FadedPublished on 02/03/14 at 13:30
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    for features, refer to the page gibson ...

    UTILIZATION

    first contact was both very nice and very disappointing. Indeed, the frets were not sanded the edges of the handle and I messed fingers while qques days before the luthier are put order. but it is the only thing that was wrong. I also sanded the handle and it is more pleasant way.
    other than that it is a Les Paul and access to means remains acute, everyone knows.
    yet it is lighter than the old because the body is "chambered". thus gaining qques hundred grams ...

    SOUNDS

    Burstbucker pro pickups are excellent. they allow a clean game as well as well pourrave! strings used are 9-42 that allow impressive bends!
    electronics......
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    for features, refer to the page gibson ...

    UTILIZATION

    first contact was both very nice and very disappointing. Indeed, the frets were not sanded the edges of the handle and I messed fingers while qques days before the luthier are put order. but it is the only thing that was wrong. I also sanded the handle and it is more pleasant way.
    other than that it is a Les Paul and access to means remains acute, everyone knows.
    yet it is lighter than the old because the body is "chambered". thus gaining qques hundred grams ...

    SOUNDS

    Burstbucker pro pickups are excellent. they allow a clean game as well as well pourrave! strings used are 9-42 that allow impressive bends!
    electronics is very correct. it is mounted on a printed circuit board and traffics like "change the knobs and capabilities" should not be very practical ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    after 2 years of daily use I do not get tired, on the contrary! and nothing unpleasant happened. she shares my solo time with a classic vibe squier telecaster '50 that I love too. two very different and complementary guitars.
    I am very happy with this purchase and would do it again without doubt.
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