Gibson Les Paul Standard
Gibson Les Paul Standard

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

Domstrato 10/22/2011

Gibson Les Paul Standard : Domstrato's user review

" A perfect Les Paul for me"

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This is an American-built in 2008. This is still done on models classiqueet not with the new technology appeared in 2008 to manufacture the handle (Plek).
Its handle is of type '60 very pleasant. The rest is a Les Paul with two humbuckers type Burstbucker Pro. Its color is Ligjt Burst.


The handle is of type '60 as mentioned above and for my part I prefer the handle type '50. But that's a matter of taste and should be tested both at the same time to account for the difference. The small downside is that the lining of the back of the neck because it can become sticky to use (with sweat). This can be resolved either by the intervention of a luthier who will remove some of varnish or after several years of use, the handle will be weathered and no longer suffer from this problem


The sound is that of a Les Paul type rather modern and not vintage, this because of Burstbucker Pro are quite aggressive and have a high output. I for one who likes to play hard rock to 80 years now, they conviennet very well. For the blus its handle is really "creamy" and provides an excellent atmosphere.
For my part I plug this into a Les Paul Marshall JVM and the assembly is excellent.


I use it for one year. I tried many other Les Paul but still imitation and there is still the quality of the brand emerges.
In my opinion it's a guitar that any rock musician must have a once in a lifetime