Gibson Les Paul Studio Gothic
Gibson Les Paul Studio Gothic

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

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moosers 02/10/2009

Gibson Les Paul Studio Gothic : moosers's user review


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The Gibson Les Paul Studio Gothic was made in the USA and I think it has 24 frets and two humbucker pick ups. It has four knobs for volume and tone control for each pick up. It also has a switch to choose between the pick ups, or to blend them. I believe the make up of this guitar is similar to a regular Les Paul Studio guitar.


The neck of this guitar has a great feel to it. It is smooth and easy to play. It is easy to play up on the high notes and all around the neck of the guitar. It is the average weight and size of an electric guitar and isn't too heavy. It is really easy to get a good sound out of it, as it is a genuine Les Paul!


I really love the sound I get out of my Les Paul Gothic. I use it with a '76 Fender Twin Reverb and a slew of stomp boxes. This guitar is great for getting a quick fat tone - great for loud rock music. The overall tone of this guitar is full and covers the whole range of the guitar nicely. Since both the pick ups are humbuckers, it has an inherent fat tone that can manipulated to sound more bassey or trebeley depending on what you are going for.!!


I have this guitar for about eight years and I got it in 2001. I got a great deal at Sam Ash where they were having a one weekend sale where if you bought this guitar you got the SG Gothic free! One of the best deals of my life, as I still use both guitars regularly. If you can get one used at a good price, you're getting a genuine Gibson Les Paul with a unique look that will probably get more valuable as these get harder to find!