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  • victhebigvicthebig

    Guitar legend in his legendary!

    Gibson Les Paul Standard (2002)Published on 08/11/12 at 22:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    -Mahogany body with flamed maple top AA

    Cavity-resonance? It is not trusted because the 2003 standards are known to the weight quite big (about 4 pounds)

    Mahogany neck-

    Rosewood-22 Cases

    -Humbucker Gibson USA Burstbucker Pro

    Bridge-Tone Pros Chrome Nashville

    UTILIZATION

    The neck and action are very pleasant, even to notice when I bought this guitar used mounted in .009, making it easy for bendings ...

    The sustain is monstrous, and I am familiar with Les Paul! The sound of approaching customs, it may be the age of wood that has a say (9-10 years)

    My tests were performed on three amps Mesa Boogie combos (including mine Express 5:25), and on my Peavey Bandit 112…
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    -Mahogany body with flamed maple top AA

    Cavity-resonance? It is not trusted because the 2003 standards are known to the weight quite big (about 4 pounds)

    Mahogany neck-

    Rosewood-22 Cases

    -Humbucker Gibson USA Burstbucker Pro

    Bridge-Tone Pros Chrome Nashville

    UTILIZATION

    The neck and action are very pleasant, even to notice when I bought this guitar used mounted in .009, making it easy for bendings ...

    The sustain is monstrous, and I am familiar with Les Paul! The sound of approaching customs, it may be the age of wood that has a say (9-10 years)

    My tests were performed on three amps Mesa Boogie combos (including mine Express 5:25), and on my Peavey Bandit 112 transisto

    SOUNDS

    Very versatile guitar,
    - It looks clean in an acoustic
    - In crunch and overdrive is a queen,
    - In distortion even if it provides needed boost and remove a bit of serious.

    Brief sound largely pays back pain you have when you play standing.
    To provide a groooosse strap!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought it yesterday in opportunity, in exchange for my ES339.
    Having tried, and so possessed. a lot of the pauls, this one is one of the best, next to the Les Paul Supreme and Les Paul Custom.

    Maybe it's not the easiest guitar to play,
    but the sound and sustain that come out are totally captivating.
    Aves .009 strings were also snapping this side fenders ...
    In short,
    yum yum yum
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