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Gibson Les Paul Standard Faded '60s Neck
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Gibson Les Paul Standard Faded '60s Neck

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

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«  A good Les Paul every angle »

Published on 09/28/13 at 07:20
Two Gibson humbuckers, a type 60 handle, a breathable paint the wood with a fine polish that patina over the years. To summarize, a real Gibson with a soul!

UTILIZATION

I love the Type 60 round, fine, flat.
The guitar is heavy attention to fragile shoulders.
I play a Marshall Class 5 head and a Marshall 4x12 cabinet.

SOUNDS

While the spirit of the Les Paul in this sound. It is hairy, fat, powerful, muscular.
Blues, rock, crunch, its clear .... she can do anything.

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased new from Woodbrass and sold off at that time (2007), I do not regret my choice. Besides, I still have it. The natural skating this finish is beautiful.
A real Gibson Les Paul with this character so appreciated by many musicians.
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