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TYPE LES PAUL, LP-Shaped Guitar from Maison.

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Maison TYPE LES PAUL tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Maison
  • Model: TYPE LES PAUL
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/02/2003

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Maison TYPE LES PAUL user reviews

Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 3 reviews )
 2 reviews67 %
 1 user review33 %

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

Made in ???, 22 frets, 2 humbuckers handle al, 2 volumes, 2 tonalities. The manch is relatively close, I will return.
My goal is simply to confirm the good impression left by other opinions.


The handle is excellent. Relatively thin, very pleasant. This is one of the strengths of this guitar.
Ergonomics? it is a copy LP with its advantages and disadvantages.
The sound? Everything will depend mic you choose, the original pickups n'tant not really the height of violin making. But precisely this violin will go up a nice cot lesser instrument.


So actually, I confirm the prcdents opinion, the microphones change is necessary. The quality of violin making very interresting this improvement. I install the BareKnukles, and guitar may take any scope. Because it really is an excellent copy of Les Paul. I was able to comprarer for several months with LTD-EC1000 and even if I have a penchant for EC1000, the House is really close. The quality of the handle (al and the fund is a lot to do.
After, according to the microphones utiliss all sonorits are possible, as the basis of quality.
For my part, I get a palette of very intrressante sounds.


I use it for 6 months, and I could compare it with other guitars, LP or not. This is really a good choice for a very ocasion MODR price. For aficionados of trademarks, the pb may come from the logo that does not begin with a G ..... !!!
It's really a good copy LP. I will not criticize other guitars, but I'm just glad to say that I have almost as much fun playing it as a LTD-EC1000.

ordinass's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" a real guitar pro"

korea two humbuker


mild and pleasant round super fast and sound really great


I play blues rock ca is the distortion of a clear pat through the overdrive
kustom amp 100 on gfx


7 years g esseillé one lp studio boff bin too heavy not easy to find a good sound

guitarman13's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Made in Korea by Cort factory, such as Epiphone, 22 frets, 2 humbuckers, tune o matic bridge, 2 volume, 2 tone, 3 position selector, mahogany set neck, mahogany body, maple table, rosewood fingerboard


E trs handle is enjoyable, thinner than the original, somewhat in the spirit of that of an SG, the Access in AIGS, well, it's a Les Paul, with all that entails, it is a little more than the original gre (no doubt the quality of the wood of poorer quality than its big sister, and the table also Paisse least), but even when it is quite heavy. For audio, the original pickups are a little weak, but the violin is good enough to consider a change in pickups, which I did. I installed a kit Seymour Duncan SH1 and SH4 bass in needle and split both by individual push-pull knobs on the volume.Et of it day and night with the original pickups. The sound is round and full with the neck pickup, clean sounds are great for arpges, reducing AIGS, we get the correct sound for jazz trs, once it's perfect for Splitt blues, with new ropes was almost like a slap tlcaster!, In intermdiaire was just over DEFINITIONS but a little less round, split the two microphones, you funk and casseroles to the Toto, then we move on SH4, and the sound is dffinitivement rock, with lots of harmonics. At the top is saturated for blues, rock and hard in a Marshall lamps, sustain is Submitted, harmonics explode on the SH1, you can take without problem for Gary Moore, splits the sound of great clarity and trsdfini, while keeping a round (Listen Poppa Chubby Bad connection to give you an ide). I use the little trs combination of two microphones in saturated sound seems a little too FFAC.


Once the pickups changed, it is perfect for blues, rock and hard. If you play more mtal, mount instead of EMG or Di Marzio, more appropriate. I play mostly live console, through a Digitech RP7. I always leave the background tone, and volume too, most often, the sound comes alone. With my setup, I have 8 sounds available, but I use the above position 1 (neck pickup) in duplicate for some solos saturj'adore Gary Moore), but also simple sound is especially trs but excellent, position 3 in saturated pupart also for solos and all the rhythmic and hard rock. In his clear position 1 (splits or not is great for all arpges and blues with just a little crunch. The position will serve me well as two rhythmic "folk" tantt Splitt tantt not.


I have 6 years, I changed the pickups to anne dernire.J adore the neck thinner than the original, the wood of the tabe is sufficient to support quality a translucent coating, the mcaniques are oil bath, but the hardware (dor estde average quality. I paid 450 euros in 1999, because I have been able to get a discount greater than Epiphone equivalant on more CHRE and with mcaniques standard. With the resumption of my old guitar (a Yamaha RGX) model came back 330 euros, 240 euros more microphones to anne dernire or 570 euros for a guitar that sounds perfectly over my ears and a Les Paul polyvaente 4 times chre.D agree, I do not have the prestige of the brand, but for the price This guitar is no equivalent on the market and I would do without this choice hsiter!

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