Gibson Les Paul Standard Faded '50s Neck

Gibson Les Paul Standard Faded '50s Neck

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Les Paul Standard Faded '50s Neck, LP-Shaped Guitar from Gibson in the Les Paul series.

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Gibson Les Paul Standard Faded '50s Neck tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Gibson
  • Model: Les Paul Standard Faded '50s Neck
  • Series: Les Paul
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/29/2005

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Gibson Les Paul Standard Faded '50s Neck user reviews

Average Score:4.7( 4.7/5 based on 5 reviews )
 4 reviews80 %
 1 user review20 %

Fabreeg's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" An excellent standard!"

Gibson Les Paul Standard Faded '50s Neck
Made in USA round 50 round maple table, varnishes appear voluntarily ending that leaves the wood with a patina that gives a strong vintage side of a skyscraper who lived. I've fallen for a bfg (barely finish guitar) New in 2007 because I love the exposed wood. The pickups are bbpro zebra. I just used the intermediate position yet preferring slammin sounds of pickup and smoothed over her neck pickup, unlike my bfg or I love using the intermediary between P90 and BB3.


Super nice inning play, fast and well rounded. Intermediate weight between my bfg and non chambered Paul. The form does not allow easy access to acute, but still takes the habit over time.

Simply plug this beast on a good tube amp and play: plug n play, no need to spend hours tinkering with anything. We live the sound of a good standard we expected.


The sound is impressive, with a vicious and sustain the typical grain has a les paul, a warm and fat sound. I think its clear that micro humbucker has fared more honorably, it is clear, pure, and you can hear the notes distinctly even in passing a more crunchy gain. The sounds are a bluesy wish.

Distortion is in ecstasy, a wicked hard rock out of the amp with the ability to play everything, even the doors of the pure metal, because in this particular other ca registry are much better. Yet the palm mute on agreements basic power still put a good slap in the face.


I use it for a week, and I let her go. I had the chance to find a new opportunity in a passionate state that took care of, and a great price. 2300 euro paid by the new owner but sold in 1100 because of the opa has made the time to finish Gibson stocks in 2007 (it had been lowered significantly) Cool for me but not nice for those who have paid a high price ....

Me after that I do not see that the department YOUR custom to go higher, as you will understand, I swear by Les Paul. I waited for 36 rods and I have dreamed about since adolescence.

In short if you want a real paul standard and like me the roots side of the instrument does not bother you, well you put her research, you will be filled.

evastian's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Gibson Les Paul Standard Faded '50s Neck
Les Paul Standard Tobacco Sunburst
21 boxes
sublime guitar!


Channel Extremely enjoyable!
the pleasure of playing is incredible, it is taken in hand and you can feel the beast is tame little by little.
CHAC in acute complicated somewhat when playing standing up .. This has not told me not shocked at all contrary to everything I've read on!
The weight is not as troublesome either! 2 hours of play that is standing by jumping into all the corners, you begin to feel a little pain in the shoulder, but nothing embarrassing!
For his ... Incredible! we are surprised of the first second.


I am playing mostly rock, hard rock, metal from time to time, even quieter stuff and this guitar is definitely perfect!
I associate it with a fender amp and the sound is awesome '!
The are are huge!
the neck pickup in a saturated attack it! good rock, hard rock! the microphone algorithm is really nice, round! for solos as Brian May, the foot!
sound clear him algorithm is EXCELLENT! a great atmosphere!
in treble, the sound is a little dry ... but it is not for a, and this is no problem!


I use it for 4 months and for the world I would change!
it's a beautiful guitar, beautiful, and perfect!
the culmination of a guitarist! "She Will Be mine, oh yeah she will!" that being said, seeing her!
Of course, the guitar is quite expensive! 3000 ... But there are ways to find it cheaper if we look good!
not any after touching a guitar like this, the other no longer exist!
this choice I would do without hesitation!

Fred7582's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Gibson Les Paul Standard Faded '50s Neck
United States manufacturing - micro: Burstbucker Pro - Neck: 50's - Fingerboard: rosewood - 22 frets - Mahogany Body and Neck - Frets: Jumbo mdium - Mcaniques oil bath - chrome hardware - Bridge Tune-o- matic - Rglages: 2 volume / 2 tone - Slecteur: 3 positions - Gibson Deluxe Black Case


The handle is a vritable highway (I like the sleeves a little particulirement round), Access in acute is more than adequate, the guitar is more equilibrated than lgre Gibson's last century (my guitar was bought in 2007 and Canada). It's simple, you plug the amp into a bte (lamps preferences) and the optient SSSSSSOOOOONNNNNN killing !!!!!!!!!!......... ...... a classic guitar N'ROLL ROCK !!!!!


It sounds good trs trs Rock (Les Paul is a first ).... but hey the Blues and Jazz are Frontire!! I play on my amp but diffrent config scne: Carvin XV-112 Amp + pedalboard house (Boss, MXR, Marshall ...) all with the Les Paul and I really m'clate!


I play for a few months! this is my favorite guitar by far (I have also a tlcaster, a stratum, an SG and others LP (a standard Ebony )).... The ratio quality price is good .... trs trs but it must be purchased abroad (United States or Canada). In France the guitars are too US CHRE !!!!!! Because: VAT tax Douanire + + margin + Transport + importer margin music store = TOO EXPENSIVE !!!!!...............

Well for me it is THE GUITAR and I do it again this choice without Sitat!!

dadainparis's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" very good scratch on a budget"

Gibson Les Paul Standard Faded '50s Neck
gibson see site for general characteristics
2009 (chambered) Color Honey Burst


The handle is very nice but a little déroutant.En effect the appearance slightly rougher finish because it takes some getting used. After that slide very well;).
Side weight, mine is chambered so slightly from the Les Paul. For access to acute Gibson is so if you put the guitar below the belt as Slash, is a bit harder to access;). For audio, you must try it already and there is no amp pleasant surprise: It sounds very good, very resonant.


When I purchased the guitar, it had the original pickups (Burstbucker Pro). It sounded good in clean although a little crunchy, but with distortion, with a bit of distortion it quickly becomes a mess. In short the microphones do not value quality acoustic guitar. So I replaced it all and set up a Jimmy Page wiring (that's what I get on all my LP). Here it sounds very good. My group was unanimous: all guitars that I brought (Gibson, PRS, Ibanez Custom Shop) bah this is the one that sounds the best:) So I know I can be lucky but c It's true it sounds.
So to the sounds (after modification)
Sounds clear sound with its warm crystalline LP
Overdrive: Sounds very good good medium
Boost: beautiful bump in the medium
Out of phase: one of the finest I've heard out of phase

I play country, rock, jazz in the group and the scratching is a real Swiss Army knife (even country). After in hard metal and it provides too;)


I scratched the last three weeks. I was looking for a cheap LP with a nice look and sound that bring tears to be able to live without fear of me being shot or to take bread. Mission accomplished.

So for the models I tried (several LP standard, traditionnal Plus, PRS Custom 513 E. Santana strata of Ibanez) I find it a good scratch (good gameplay, its very dynamic).

What I like most about the scratch (after modification) is its Polyval LP with the character. What I like least is the mechanical (when pete rope in concert and they brought no scratches in it is better to backup the mechanical locking).

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