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Orville Les Paul Standard
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Orville Les Paul Standard

LP-Shaped Guitar from Orville .

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Orville Les Paul StandardPublished on 11/14/08 at 00:21
(Originally written by buissonDJ/translated from Audiofanzine FR)

Made in Japan from 1985 to 1995
22 frets, two humbuckers
Tune o matic
Tone and volume controls
Slim C neck

UTILIZATION

Very slim neck with a nice varnish.
Access to upper frets... It's a Les Paul but look at Gregor Hilden on You Tube, it seems he has no problem with it and what a tone!
Awesome ergonomics.
The sound depends on many things: pickups, amp, the guitarist himself, but this beast is ready to bite and to purr: the lutherie is perfect.

SOUNDS

This guitar is conceived for blues and rock but it's also good for hard rock with an adequate pair of humbuckers!!
Hand-wired tube amp.
Every single clean or crunch sound...…
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(Originally written by buissonDJ/translated from Audiofanzine FR)

Made in Japan from 1985 to 1995
22 frets, two humbuckers
Tune o matic
Tone and volume controls
Slim C neck

UTILIZATION

Very slim neck with a nice varnish.
Access to upper frets... It's a Les Paul but look at Gregor Hilden on You Tube, it seems he has no problem with it and what a tone!
Awesome ergonomics.
The sound depends on many things: pickups, amp, the guitarist himself, but this beast is ready to bite and to purr: the lutherie is perfect.

SOUNDS

This guitar is conceived for blues and rock but it's also good for hard rock with an adequate pair of humbuckers!!
Hand-wired tube amp.
Every single clean or crunch sound is possible with the adequate pickups... the adequate knob settings and effect pedals...
I love its warm and round mids... the accurate low-end for rhythm parts... The neck is good for this.

OVERALL OPINION

10 years.
I love the gold top which is the true color of the 50's.

I tested over 50 different models (Blade, Ibanez, Fender, Burny, Navigator ESP, etc.)
I wouldn't hesitate to buy it again.
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coromoncoromon

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Orville Les Paul StandardPublished on 01/26/14 at 06:44
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Lespaul a full and heavy.
exactly.

UTILIZATION

Light radius, comfort and sustain insured
not too thin nor too tight either.
ideal for me.

SOUNDS

By purchasing I had the idea to change the pickups, just in case.
When I tried to dry (without plug) I heard the wood and the beautiful and resonant violin.
When I plugged in, I was delighted with the sound and I kept everything original.

OVERALL OPINION

My best Lespaul at any point of view.
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bobmorane06bobmorane06

Orville Les Paul StandardPublished on 09/16/07 at 04:37
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Japan by Gibson to counter the copies that were beginning to seriously overshadow Gibson ...
The only notable difference with a "real" Gibson is the key is rosewood instead of ebony in microphones and electronics are rigorously the same for both models by Orville Gibson.
In fact it's a gibson!
For the record those who do not know ORVILLE was the first name of Mr Gibson ...

UTILIZATION

Well we have all the advantages and recovered all inconvegients a les paul .... poor access to acute, but big sound!
9 for access to acute ...

SOUNDS

The sound ???..... Deadly!
In addition, if you come across one with a long tenon, which is my case, there's a good chance she buries...…
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Made in Japan by Gibson to counter the copies that were beginning to seriously overshadow Gibson ...
The only notable difference with a "real" Gibson is the key is rosewood instead of ebony in microphones and electronics are rigorously the same for both models by Orville Gibson.
In fact it's a gibson!
For the record those who do not know ORVILLE was the first name of Mr Gibson ...

UTILIZATION

Well we have all the advantages and recovered all inconvegients a les paul .... poor access to acute, but big sound!
9 for access to acute ...

SOUNDS

The sound ???..... Deadly!
In addition, if you come across one with a long tenon, which is my case, there's a good chance she buries many "real" les paul .... indeed sustain is terrible, better than on my PRS custom 24 89 Factory Pre! Prices for a 3 to 4 times cheaper!
Short of the ball is serious!

OVERALL OPINION

I have been 6 months now .... I'm crazy! I sell jamma! and believe me the guitars you name it ....
Unbeatable value for money but ca may change as they began to be known and they do makes more ..... and they are rarer than thousands of gibson for sale.
I do it again this choice and I recommend ...
Only complaint ..... the weight .... Sami the gibson ...

EDIT 07/2009:
Still in love with the scratches ... I saw a few in past occasions, but here y 'have more and prices have mounted damn!
it is a great value, but they cost the price of a gibson now, is quality in the appointment?? (On gibson course!; _) <img class="smiley" src="https://fr.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="biggrin" />
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buissonDJbuissonDJ

Orville Les Paul StandardPublished on 09/26/08 at 23:23
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- Made In Japan (MIJ)
- Freight medium
- Tune o matic
- Volume Tone
- Round end

UTILIZATION

- Good grip with a well-varnished "rolling" even with perspiration
- Access limited to acute .. it is a Les Paul.
- The weight is comfortable sitting and the guitar is very well balanced.
- The sound with humbuckers ad hoc .. is just fantastic

SOUNDS

Blues, Rock, Heavy ..
- Tube amp ..
- Everything is possible by adjusting the knobs and the amp ..
- I love the power of the riffs and lead notes in the blues lines are "hot" .. there is nothing wrong, big sustain.

OVERALL OPINION

- 10 years
- The best value for money, the least .. its rating rises but snobbery Gibson...…
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- Made In Japan (MIJ)
- Freight medium
- Tune o matic
- Volume Tone
- Round end

UTILIZATION

- Good grip with a well-varnished "rolling" even with perspiration
- Access limited to acute .. it is a Les Paul.
- The weight is comfortable sitting and the guitar is very well balanced.
- The sound with humbuckers ad hoc .. is just fantastic

SOUNDS

Blues, Rock, Heavy ..
- Tube amp ..
- Everything is possible by adjusting the knobs and the amp ..
- I love the power of the riffs and lead notes in the blues lines are "hot" .. there is nothing wrong, big sustain.

OVERALL OPINION

- 10 years
- The best value for money, the least .. its rating rises but snobbery Gibson shade.
- Yes over 50!
- Perfect, amazing view
- Yes without thinking.
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  • Manufacturer: Orville
  • Model: Les Paul Standard
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 03/30/2006

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