Gibson Les Paul Standard
Gibson Les Paul Standard

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

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Domi74 04/23/2004

Gibson Les Paul Standard : Domi74's user review


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Guitar made in United States, 22 frets on an enjoyable round profile 60 ', rosewood fingerboard, pickups HB Burstbucker Pro ....... we will not change the world .... It's a Les Paul! !
For cons, the look is fabulous. Fintions trs Soignes table Saddle flame beautiful varnish honeyburst ... the great class.
Only regret ..... they have the virtual pink wig of tuit to put a anthrasite!


The relatively thin profile neck (but be careful it's not a race ... a rest of the Ibanez Gibson) is enjoyable trs. We ofSuite the sensation of playing on a high-end instrument.
Of course, the guitar is the heaviest in the world, play harder, but when you tame rgal bte ... what!


What is obvious (... or plutt ears), is the richness of sound. I have the happiness of another possder Les Paul (Studio MODEL, less upscale), and despite some say that seeing trs little diffrence between the two guitars, I the .... says it has nothing to see!
Yes, a studio is a real Les Paul, with his bold and couillus, but there is always a spce sailing on the sound ... not well Dfine and drooling a little (lot?). L on the Standard, this impression disappears compltement. The definition of it rcupre, brilliance (even if still a chubby), and all shades of games take a fabulous dimension (although they are almost gums with the Studio) . I t really surprised they are so diffrent (sounds) despite their siblings empty. I even feel that the knob is more effective ... In short, a rgal!


Exceptional guitar, sounds rich and Varis (as long as his playing is rich and varied! Of course).
A real rgal whatsoever in clean, crunch, hyper saturated saturated .... always Dfine and singing.
Pay less than 2000 new (yes, there are good plans Pigalle ... thank you guys !!!), I am proud of this acquisition, which I am sure, will only improve to over time ...