Gibson Les Paul Studio Gothic

Gibson Les Paul Studio Gothic

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Les Paul Studio Gothic, LP-Shaped Guitar from Gibson in the Les Paul series.

14 user reviews

Gibson Les Paul Studio Gothic tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Gibson
  • Model: Les Paul Studio Gothic
  • Series: Les Paul
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 12/07/2004

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Gibson Les Paul Studio Gothic user reviews

Average Score:4.6( 4.6/5 based on 14 reviews )
 9 reviews64 %
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MGR/danny c (peak of progress)07/03/2004

MGR/danny c (peak of progress)'s review"Epiphone Les Paul Studio Gothic"

Gibson Les Paul Studio Gothic
£199 matchett's music, belfast NI

like the other reviewer, the range of distorion is excellent especially when using the treble pickup on its own. never feedsback even when gigging and playin loud. machineheads are great as is the dotless fretboard (love the XII on 12th fret). fretboard is fast and guitar plays amazingly well right up to the 23 fret.

if i was to be super picky... the body IS hard to keep dusat free but that doesnt really bother me that much

excellent for the price, probly the best iv seen. A slightly sharp fret bridge has broken the odd A string but thats just a minor constructio erroe and was easily fixed with sandpaper and dental floss! the dotless frets can take a while to get used to but usoon get nto the habit of using the dots on the top of the neck.

WONDERFUL...if you want a versatile guitar for around £200 that'll last get this one

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MGR/Stephen Coulter06/09/2004

MGR/Stephen Coulter's review"Epiphone Les Paul Studio Gothic"

Gibson Les Paul Studio Gothic
I paid £250 for this guitar.I bught it from Merchant city music in glasgow.

The actions great,And Its really light the tuners (grover 18.1) are great and really finish the guitar off.

The finish (satin Black) is really cool but is very annoying to keep clean cause of finger prints.

The neck is set in and sustains great.the frets are finished off perfectly.

The guitar is great but its a pain in the arse to keep clean the pickups sound great distorted or clean and are perfect for heavy metal

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MGR/Gibson4LIFE's review"Gibson Les Paul Studio Gothic"

Gibson Les Paul Studio Gothic
This guitar is great. I bought this guitar for $1100 at Mr. C's Music Store.

It was a sweet looking guitar. I put a brand new Gibson pick guard with a white trim because i thought it would looknicer. And the bigest thing for me was a put the chrome pick up platesover the humbuckers to give it a little classic look to it. I turned out really really nice. Also what I really like about it is it has extremely good sound clean and distorted.This guitar rules.

There isnt anything i dont like about it. The only thing I would add is the les paul sig. at the head. other than that great guitar. wouldent change anything, but get chrome hardware looks really sweet.

great work with the entire guitar. I like the color of the black.I also have a Ibanez K-7, and Metallicas kirt kammits signiture,along with ESP F-450(Kicks Ass)

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MGR/Antonio Franco12/03/2003

MGR/Antonio Franco's review"Epiphone Les Paul Studio Gothic"

Gibson Les Paul Studio Gothic
I acquired this guitar at Academy of Sound store in Nottingham, UK. I was looking for a fixed bridge/set neck guitar and since I cannot afford a Gibson (yet), I tried some epiphones and then chose this one. I paid 329 £. I was hooked by its dark look and great feel.

It sounds powerful and its finish is great. You can play any style on it but you'll get the most out of it with really heavy tunes.
It has great sustain and the neck is really fast.
The satin finish and the 12th fret inlay are really cool.

It's not very well balanced which is something I'll live with since I like so much everything else about this guitar.
The toggle switch won't take too much Tom Morelo tunes, but I'm gonna change it anyway.

Well it's mahogany all around plus ebony fretboard, which is great combination.
All hardware is black and it has grover tuners also black.
General quality is above my expectations. I only had to adjust intonation a little bit and then it sounded flawless.

If you like BLACK SABBATH, you should buy this guitar.

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