Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe II '60s Neck Flame Top Electric GuitarProduct #H90731 Gibson H90731 AAG Solid Body Electric Guitars https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Advanced wiring gives this one an expanded palette of powerful sounds.
The arrival of the Gibson Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar in 1983 offered guitarists all the essential elements of a Les Paul Standard, including a carved top and humbucking pickups. Its simple yet elegant design quickly helped it become the most popular model in the Les Paul Series.
The Les Paul Studio Deluxe II '60s Electric Guitar raises the bar with the cutting-yet-rich tone of a 490R humbucking pickup in the neck position and a BurstBucker Pro humbucking pickup in the bridge position, which are mounted on a carved maple top with a mahogany back. Both pickups offer coil splitting for single-coil sounds and a boost circuit via push/push switching in the volume controls. “Straight Split” coil-splitting offers pure single coil tone and differs from LP Standards and Studios that have a “Super Tap” coil-tap, which still has a small amount of humbucking. The boost circuit has a user-adjustable 10-dB boost for added power and frequency range for solos, single-note picking and dirty chording (depending on amp settings) and features true bypass that disengages the boost completely, ensuring pure passive Les Paul tone.
The hardware is finished in chrome including Grover tuners and Gibson's pioneering tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece. The Les Paul Studio Deluxe is dependable and affordable — and is built without any compromises. The Gibson Les Paul comes with a hardshell case.
- A user-adjustable 10-dB boost for added power and frequency range for solos, single-note picking and dirty chording (depending on amp settings)
- '60s-style neck shape
- True bypass: disengaging boost completely removes active circuit, ensuring pure passive Les Paul tone
- 490R humbucking pickup in the neck position and a BurstBucker Pro humbucking pickup in the bridge position
- Easy-to-use push/push pots engage coil-splits and boost circuit
- “Straight Split” coil-splitting offers pure single coil tone
- Grover tuners, satin-finished back and sides
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Les Paul Studio Deluxe II '60s Neck Flame Top Electric Guitar Specifications:
- Body style: Les Paul carved top
- Top species: Maple top
- Back species: Mahogany
- Scale length: 24-3/4"
- Neck wood: Mahogany
- Neck joint: Set
- Neck profile: '60s
- Nut: Corian
- Nut width: Standard Gibson: 1.695" ±.050"
- Headstock inlay: Gibson logo
- Silkscreen: Gibson logo + Les Paul model
- Truss rod: Gibson adjustable truss rod
- Truss rod cover: Bell-shaped cover, stamped "Deluxe"
- Fingerboard species: Rosewood
- Fingerboard radius: 12"
- Inlays: Figured acrylic trapezoid
- Frets: 22
- Plating finish: Chrome
- Tailpiece: Gibson stopbar
- Bridge: Gibson Tune-O-Matic
- Tuners: Grover
- Neck pickup: 490R
- Bridge pickup: Burstbucker Pro
- Controls: 2 volume with boost circuit via push/push switching, 2 tone with coil-splitting, 3-way toggle
- Control knobs: Black speed
- Control pocket cover: Black molded
- Special features: Quick-connect control pocket assembly
- Type: Gibson hardshell
- Case interior: White
- Case exterior: Black
- Silkscreen: Gibson USA logo
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- Fun To Play
- Good Feel
- Good Tone
- Solid Electronics
- Very Good Looking
- Rock Concerts
- Small Venues
Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe II '60s Electric Guitar:
When I first saw the guitar it caught my attention because I have never seen such a beautiful design on an Studio, that heritage cherry sunburst is marvelous. But then I played it, man let me tell you I fell in love. The 490R in the neck, BurstBucker Pro in the Bridge, the coil taps, the boost circuit it gives you a wide range of tones, The Les Paul classic Tone but also the sweet tone of a Strat.
-It has a AA maple cap
-It has a rosewood fretboard
-It has grover tuners
-Gloss nitro sides and back
-60`s neck profile
I also own an Gibson 2009 Les Paul Standard and I know it might sound odd but its true, the tone and feel of The Deluxe is way better.
I really recommend this guitar, it has everything and the price tag is very reasonable.
On a side note: I ordered from music123 and man they shipped fast, and the guitar was flawless, great job by them.