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Gibson Les Paul Goddess
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The Goddess packs all the punch of a traditional Les Paul in a light, streamlined body. Comfortable enough to play all night, tough enough to rock th...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Goddess packs all the punch of a traditional Les Paul in a light, streamlined body. Comfortable enough to play all night, tough enough to rock the house. The 490R neck and 498T bridge pickups have clear bobbins revealing the copper windings. Available in stunning burst finishes. Includes Gibson hardshell black reptile pattern case.
- Maple top
- Lightweight mahogany body with reduced size
- Single-ply top binding
- Mahogany neck with 1960 slim-tapered profile
- Ebony fingerboard
- Trapezoid fingerboard inlays
- White fingerboard binding
- Chrome hardware
- Wraparound bridge
- Chrome top hat kinobs
- Auto trim tuners
- 490R neck pickup with clear bobbin
- 498T bridge pickup with clear bobbin
- One volume, one tone, 3-way switch
- Peghead Pitch: 17
- Thickness at 1st Fret: 0.775"
- Thickness at 12th Fret: 0.875"
- Heel Length: 0.625"
- Neck Joint Location: 16th fret
- Scale: 24-3/4"
- Total Length: 18.157"
- Number of Frets: 22
- Nut Width: 1.695"
- Width at 12th Fret: 2.176"
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Love this guitar! Light and a great tone!
I got my Les Paul Goddess in a used guitar shop. It had a few marks on the body but other than that it was fine. I love everything this guitar has to offer. As a small (100lb) female guitarist, the lighter frame and thinner neck offer me more mobility than other Gibson models. Its really easy to tune and restring and the pick-ups haven't needed any extra attention since I bought it in 2008. I use my Goddess through a Marshall amplifier and never once have I thought the sound was anything less than amazing. A bit pricey, but if you find a gently used one its well worth the price.
Great alternative for those who want a lighter and toneful Les Paul. It's got looks and style and a decent-not cheap- price tag. Female students really take to this one, and why not, it's about time they were catered to.
This guitar is amazing. It has amazing tone. I play in an emo/rock band. And this guitar sounds great. The only complaint I have is that it is a little pricey. But it is well worth it.
I bought this guitar couples of days ago.It's amazingly light and has very clear & nice tone.And this guitar looks so nice. Once you see Gibson Les Paul Goddess, you can't help falling in love her. Love Goddess!Seoul, Korea... June
This guitar is great don?t get me wrong there are minor problems, the first day I got it the strings were dinging like crazy I had to do major adjustments and it's not worth that much money. You?re better off with a Gibson sg standard
i have recently moved on from bass to play rythem guitar whilst i sing in a punk/metal band kinda like Bullet For My Valentine and when i was looking for my first guitar (ended up gettin a squire telecaster well it is a starter guitar XD and i would pick it over this anyday)and i tried out this it was terrible the sound is just euuugggghhhhhhhhhhhh cant put it into words i thought gibsons were supposed to b good ive only ever plyed Ibanez(basses anyway)and there so much better