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Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar

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Gibson Les Paul performance with a modern features and a no-frills attitude.

Gibsons famous Les Paul sound, with updated features and a back-to-basics attitude.The introduction of the Gibson Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar in 1983 offered guitar players all the basic elements of a Les Paul Standard, including a carved top and screaming humbuckers, but without the binding or other frills. Its elegantly simple design enabled it to swiftly become the most popular model of the Les Paul Series. Gibsons Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar takes that stripped-down design to the next level, with upgraded features like the biting, rich tone of a 490R humbucker pickup in the neck position and a BurstBucker Pro humbucker at the bridge position. Dual volume and push/pull tone controls enable coil-splitting for a variety of tones, and chrome-finished hardware, including Grover tuners and Gibson's pioneering Tune-O-Matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece, add a touch of class. These are mounted on an elegantly carved maple top, with a mahogany body for days of sustain. The Les Paul Studio Deluxe is affordable, dependable and built without compromises. The Gibson Les Paul comes with a hardshell case and a limited lifetime warranty. Use the drop-down menu above and to the right to choose colors and other options.

FEATURES
Body
  • Body style: Les Paul carved top
  • Top species: Maple top
  • Back species: Mahogany
  • Scale length: 24-3/4"
Neck
  • 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
  • Fingerboard species: Rosewood
  • Fingerboard radius: 12"
  • Inlays: Figured acrylic trapezoid
  • Frets: 22
Hardware
  • Plating finish: Chrome
  • Tailpiece: Gibson stopbar
  • Bridge: Gibson Tune-O-Matic
  • Tuners: Grover
Electronics
  • Neck pickup: 490R
  • Bridge pickup: Burstbucker Pro
  • Controls: 2 volume, 2 tone with coil-splitting, 3-way toggle
  • Control knobs: Black speed
  • Control pocket cover: Black molded
  • Special features: Quick-connect control pocket assembly
Case
  • Type: Gibson hardshell
  • Case interior: White
  • Case exterior: Black
  • Silkscreen: Gibson USA logo
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GibsonLes Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar
 
4.8

(based on 28 reviews)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Fun to play (5)
  • Good feel (5)
  • Good pick up (5)
  • Good tone (5)
  • Solid electronics (5)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Jamming (5)
  • Practicing (5)
  • Recording (4)
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    • Experienced (5)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

The Sweetest Thing

This is not my first American guitar, nor is it my first Les Paul. But it is my first American Les Paul.

Anyone familiar with Gibson knows the company has been...Read complete review

This is not my first American guitar, nor is it my first Les Paul. But it is my first American Les Paul.

Anyone familiar with Gibson knows the company has been around for more than 50 years and has been supplying some of the world's top musicians with quality instruments throughout. This guitar is no exception. The 490R in the neck has a great clean tone without ever getting muddy, and the BurstBucker in the bridge is brutal when it needs to be, sparkling when it needs to be and always great sounding. By selecting both pickups, dialing back the bridge volume and tapping the neck, you can get a thick Strat sound. For a two-humbucker guitar, there's an amazing array of sounds available. The top is a slightly different color than the back, giving the guitar the illusion of binding. This guitar is more affordable than the LP Standard and sounds a little better in my opinion, and being a fan of the uncovered zebra pickups, looks better too. You won't regret buying this guitar.

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Nice Guitar/hideous odor

The guitar is fine, but the case absolutely reeks of nauseating chemicals (and the instrument takes on that odor, of course). The smell is simultaneously acrid, sweet, and disgusting. I'm NOT...Read complete review

The guitar is fine, but the case absolutely reeks of nauseating chemicals (and the instrument takes on that odor, of course). The smell is simultaneously acrid, sweet, and disgusting. I'm NOT talking about a pleasant new intrument odor; this is revolting (though with hints of vanilla). Whatever the cause (glue?, the plush lining?), the stench is stomach churning and persistent. I've had the case out in the sun for hours, but I can't detect any improvement in the odor. Potential buyers should be forewarned!
The guitar is really nice, with beautiful fretwork.
Gibson needs to get a new case manufacturer or lean on their present supplier.
The case might have to be thrown away.

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(9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Les Paul Studio Deluxe

By Dale Norris

from Detroit

Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

This guitar has it all. The value that your getting with this thing is unreal! I have owned it for a week and am in love with the playability. You can get any sound out of this thing too! The pictures do not do the finish justice, buy this guitar!

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Way To Go Gibson

By GERALD MANLEY

from ohio

Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

Possibly the nicest LP for the money,nice layout,neck,tuners,coil splits,500k pots,nice finish and no pink binding[found on usa production les paul's].I put some seymour duncan seth lovers pickups in it and all is well. Otherwise a 10 all around!!!
This guitar has a lot of great features,60's neck,coil split,500k pots! Mine is a 2009 and has no pc board,newer ones may have one.500k pots are an upgrade over 300k's.Pickups are burstbucker pro: bridge,490R in neck,Grover tuners etc......[490R is not my cup of tea in neck,hence the 9 rating]
Very good,no fit, finish or quality issues...frets are nice,great overall quality
Honest,great value for money spent,use promos/holidays and get more bang for your buck!

(7 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Nice Guitar/hideous odor

By Reverse Snob

from West-central Wisconsin

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Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

The guitar is fine, but the case absolutely reeks of nauseating chemicals (and the instrument takes on that odor, of course). The smell is simultaneously acrid, sweet, and disgusting. I'm NOT talking about a pleasant new intrument odor; this is revolting (though with hints of vanilla). Whatever the cause (glue?, the plush lining?), the stench is stomach churning and persistent. I've had the case out in the sun for hours, but I can't detect any improvement in the odor. Potential buyers should be forewarned!
The guitar is really nice, with beautiful fretwork.
Gibson needs to get a new case manufacturer or lean on their present supplier.
The case might have to be thrown away.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

LP Studio Deluxe Rocks.

By d

from central Fl.

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Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

I like almost everything on this guitar. The sound is strong and the feel is excellent. It stays in tune well and is beautiful to look at. You can get close to many of the sounds you're looking for. It's definitely worth looking into.
I like the body and neck with full gloss like this. Push pull pots are cool. Can get single coil sounds. Not perfect but useable. 60's neck is nice. Not superthin but feels just right. You can fly on this one. Fretwork is awesome. No sharp edges. 490r front pickup is deep and good for blues and singing leads. The Burstbucker pro in the rear is pretty good with a lot of highs and the combo seems to work well. This guitar has a more woody, thicker, type of sound than a regular les paul studio because it's weight relieved, not chambered. It did not come with the quick connect control pocket assembly as advertised though.
Quality was great on this model. They went over it well. I've had a bad experience with a les paul studio some years back and there is no comparison to this model. Excellent. Set up was perfect. I find myself playing nonstop for hours on this. The case is nice too.
I got it on sale which was fantastic. It's worth it even at regular price. Versatile guitar. Only complaint I've had on this whole guitar was that the Burstbucker pro bridge pickup seems a touch dry sounding at times. More vintage I guess. I wondered if the Gibson 498t bridge pickup would be worth putting into this because I play a lot of Sabbath, Maiden, and Boston along with other styles of music. We'll see, but it's fine for now.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The Sweetest Thing

By TheClev

from Ohio

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Pros

  • Beautiful
  • Coil Tapping
  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Pick Up
  • Good Tone
  • Relatively Affordable
  • Solid Electronics

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Jamming
    • Practicing
    • Recording
    • Rock Concerts
    • Small Venues
    • Worship

    Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

    This is not my first American guitar, nor is it my first Les Paul. But it is my first American Les Paul.

    Anyone familiar with Gibson knows the company has been around for more than 50 years and has been supplying some of the world's top musicians with quality instruments throughout. This guitar is no exception. The 490R in the neck has a great clean tone without ever getting muddy, and the BurstBucker in the bridge is brutal when it needs to be, sparkling when it needs to be and always great sounding. By selecting both pickups, dialing back the bridge volume and tapping the neck, you can get a thick Strat sound. For a two-humbucker guitar, there's an amazing array of sounds available. The top is a slightly different color than the back, giving the guitar the illusion of binding. This guitar is more affordable than the LP Standard and sounds a little better in my opinion, and being a fan of the uncovered zebra pickups, looks better too. You won't regret buying this guitar.

    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    The right Les Paul for me.

    By sore fingers

    from Texas

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    Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

    I've always wanted to own a Les Paul, but was always put off by the price and gawdiness of the high-end models. Then came all the talk of Gibson's QC issues on the lower end models so I just stayed away from them for a while. But then I saw this guitar and really liked the simplicity of it. I'm not a huge fan of plastic binding and excessive inlay, so this guitar suits me well. This guitar is a quality Les Paul that sounds and feels like one should, but without all the frilly BS. If the maple top had a little bit more character to it and the finish wasn't so "teardrop" shaped, this guitar would be a perfect. A better set-up would have been nice, too. But that can be taken care of. I can already tell that guitar is going to be workhorse and I look forward to playing it for many, many years.
    This is the first guitar I've owned with coil splitting and I really do like it. I mainly play strats and I love that single tone so being able to get that sound on this guitar is really cool. The bridge pickup is phenomenal but the 490R leaves a little to be desired. It's just a little too muddy with distortion, but actually cleans up quite nicely on a clean channel. The tuners are good ol' reliable Grovers, but I do plan on swapping them out. The tuners that come on the guitar are fine, but I'm not a fan of the shape of the buttons. I think keystones would look much better.
    Very minor dings here and there, but I'm pretty sure that's from people handling the guitar in the store. I don't expect a guitar to be cosmetically flawless anyways. Aside from that, there's nothing mechanically or cosmetically faulty on the guitar. The finish is nice and I can see it looking better with age and normal wear-and-tear. I bought this guitar for the long haul. Intonation was good but the action is a little high so it will need a professional set-up in the near future.
    For the most part, I think you get what you pay for with this guitar. Don't get me wrong. As is, it's a fantastic guitar. But it also serves as a great foundation for making your own upgrades should you decide to personalize it.

    (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    To celebrate Slash's Rock Hall induction, I bought myself a Les Paul.

    Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

    The finish is BEAUTIFUL, the BurstBucker Pro and 490r complement each other well and the coil-tapping gives you a variety of tones most Les Pauls can't get. Replace the strap holders with strap locks and enjoy this gorgeous, great-sounding singlecut.
    Typically, there aren't many features when it comes to Les Pauls. You have a quality instrument with two humbuckers, a mahogany body and some great tone. But for this one, the coil tap is a huge plus. You can get some really cool sounds when you keep the switch in the middle and tap one or both pups. Also, I love having a maple top with a transparent finish. Mine has a really nice wood grain and looks great!
    The only reason this guitar isn't getting a ten is the strap buttons. Gibson makes quality guitars, and you're getting a USA-quality Gibson-which means premium wood, expert craftsmanship and a finish you could lose yourself in. But unfortunately, you WILL need to replace the strap buttons if you don't want to drop your Les Paul and break it. They are tiny and make you feel like your guitar is on the precipice of a damaging fall all the time. It seems like a silly thing for Gibson to skimp on, but be aware this will be an issue.
    Gibson Les Paul with coil tapping? Yes please.

    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Studio Deluxe is righteous

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

    I bought a LPSD from MF and am now 51 days into it or it's mine now. I have to say, as a life long musician who has put some serious coin in Gibsons in the last 42 years, I had no hesitation buying the LPSD, in the Gibson world, $1399 is cheap. I am very pleased with the guitar and would recommend it to anyone regardless of musical stature, it is a solid giggable(word?) guitar. I have the vintage sunburst and it gorgeous, even without binding it doesn't have that cheaper look of the other Studios. Got that Gibson growl and sustain, is a peach to play, I bought it with the feeling that I would play it for a month and return it being the guitar snob I am, but I am keeping her.

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    What a 'Paul!

    By MusicalMoore6

    from Towanda, Pa

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    Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

    This Les Paul is.. wow, something that I never would have EVER thought I would own.

    The Finish is UNBELIVEABLY amazing!

    With the coil splits this guitar sounds better than any Fender, not split the Pick Ups are HOT, Full, and Juicey.

    This guitar will NEVER be sold, NEVER be traded, and I will never need another.

    As an activie musician I will not longer need to bring my Taylor 210e, ES 335, and Strat - Now, I'll just bring the Paul and the Taylor and call it a night.

    Do not hesistate. Just buy it!!!
    Wayyy more than a 10!!

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Amazing

    By Jordan Latas

    from Ohio

    Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

    this guitar is great and will sell easily not that i ever will want to sell it.
    This guitar is amazing dont hesitate i saved my money for a couple years and bought it today.

    (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Like a Custom Made Just for Me

    By Whammer Jammer

    from West Michigan

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    Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

    How can I give it a 10 when the other ratings are less than that? Because I simply have not had a better sounding & playing Paul than this one. I've had three top-of-the-line Epi LP's and five Gibson LP's (including a Standard). This one sounds great, stays in tune and fits my fret hand like a glove. This one will never get traded or sold.
    Grover Tuners - Got 'em
    60's Neck - Yep
    Burstbucker Pro in the Bridge - Check
    490R in the Neck - OK
    Nice Finish - Yummy Cherryburst
    Non-Chambered! - Yes, but swiss cheesed weight relief
    Binding - No, but for the $$$ saved no biggie
    Plek'd - Yes (great fretwork!)
    Tone - In Spades!!!!!!!!!

    Everything that I would personally want in a Custom Shop Gibson except the lack of binding...
    Zero Issues & I don't expect any, but I've only had it a month.
    Great value for a Gibson, but they are still overpriced.

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Stop Looking And Buy!

    By John Lorf

    from California

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    Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

    Again... Great guitar! If I could change one thing, I'd swap the 490R for a second BurstBucker but hey, it sounds great on the clean side playing The Ventures and Dick Dale classics!
    I'm not a long winded guy so... Fantastic guitar at any price! Plays great, looks great and it sounds great! What else could you want? Stop Looking At It And Buy It!
    Made In The USA Fantastic!
    The most bang for the buck... PERIOD!

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    The all night LP

    By F'ster 64

    from Hamburg, AR

    Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

    I've owned several LP's in the past, love the tone, hate the weight. This one takes care of all that plus some. I spent 3 quality hours at a casino gig and couldn't put it down. Only small issue is that the coil taps are useful when run through a Fender Blues Deluxe, practically useless when direct through a Line 6 POD HD. Single coil settings add some snap, but if you want a Tele tone, get a Tele. The Deluxe covers the Fender tones much better than a HSS Strat will do the reverse with stock P/U's. The neck is kind of in between a 50's and 60's profile, real close to my American Tele. Finish on fretboard edges is the only quality flaw, could have been smoother but not a deal breaker. Couple of turns on the truss rod brought the action to life. If you want a true working man's LP that won't break the bank or your back, this is it. Gibson got this one right.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Studio Delux

    By The Jackster

    from VIDOR TEXAS

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    Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

    I got mine last year in September it was one of the first one out at GC. Mine is the red sunburst I pulled the p/u out and it has a 57 classic in the neck and a burst bucker 3 in the bridge. Its heavy not like the regular studio's they feel like epiphone les pauls. There are a couple of thing that are different from the Les Paul Tradional Pro 1 the price 2 the binding, 3 the tuners. Look at the guitars a/b them their the same I like it better with out the binding and the finish is actually better on the Studio Delux,on the Tadional on the back of the guitar it has a flat dull finish on it so the Studio Delux might have started out as a Tradional Pro but didnt make the final inspection and became a Studio Delux. I really like the guitar it stayes in tune I put a pickguard on it to dress it up and put strap locks on it you will need to do that as the stock strap buttons are very small and your strap will come off its a heavy guitar a drop could cause damage. Save a lot of money get this great guitar while there still out there this is the best deal on a Gibson Les Paul period.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Over all very nice guitar

    By PWC

    from Los Angeles, CA

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    Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

    Overall this guitar is better in quality than the Studio and probably as good as higher priced Les Pauls. It really comes down to how well you like the feel of the neck. For me this was what sold me on having to have the guitar (well, that and price). 60's thin neck rather than 59 fat neck. Very conforatable to play (I only had to drop the action a little). As far as sound goes not plugged in it sounds pretty much like any unplugged electric - old electric guitars sound woody and somewhet acoutstical because they have dried out with age - I am sure this one will in 40 years as well. The Guitar has that les paul sustain, an open E vibrates right through the guitar and up to my shoulders. As far as sound plugged in it has Vintage pickups so it's designed for a clear clean brighter sound. Some what brighter than I am used to and the neck pickup was bassier than I prefer and seemed a little muddy on chords. I will be changing pickups to get my prefered sounds. Tweaking the original pickups in hieght or by individal pole screws helps to balance out the tone and the guitar can sound quite nice. There are a lot of Bursbucker-Pro pickup fans out there and they will appreciate that this guitar comes with one in the bridge.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Couldn't have dreamed up a better Paul myself

    By Andy Laughlin

    from Northern California

    Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

    After selling all but one (a faded SG Special) of my guitars online in hopes of finally owning a guitar I loved playing, I made a trip to the local GC, extensively comparing a cross section of mid-to-high end Les Pauls, including several $4,000 and up custom and VOS models. While I was ready to finance whatever guitar spoke to me, regardless of price, the Studio Deluxe was perfect. The model I picked up came in a different color/hardware scheme than Musician's Friend offers (Alpine White with black chrome hardware), but it's the same model you see here. Sixties neck? Check. Full weight body? Check. Steel tuners? Check. Infamous, fire-breathing Burstbucker Pro in the bridge and sweet, chiming 490R in the neck, with coil tapping? Check. Endless sustain? Check! This guitar has everything I could ever want, and nothing I don't need. The finish is flawless, the factory setup was almost perfect (ended up adjusting the truss rod for my heavier strings). I will NEVER get rid of this guitar. Like a true masterpiece, it puts out beautiful, organic clean tones but still sings at searing high gain, with very usable volume and tone knobs. Since I play a single-channel amp this is a must for switching from clean to dirty in my progressive death metal band (yes, metal guitar players love Les Pauls, too). I've been playing for 18 years, both as a hobbyist and professional. I have owned at least 30 guitars in that time, mostly low-end, foreign made models. Anything over a grand is a lot for most players to spend on an instrument. But if you're serious about your musicianship, and willing to part with your walking around money for a while, the Les Paul Studio Deluxe is about the best value you'll find among Gibsons in it's price range.

    (1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    I was not impressed

    By jbmesa28

    from China Grove, NC

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    Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

    I'm docked this guitar because I'm comparing it to my Les paul Traditional. This guitar does not have the tone or the playability. A set up would be very helpful. I've played 3 different ones in stores. It sounded very dead. The guitar looks great and has alot of great features. If you've been playing a long time you know after playing the first chord if the guitar has the tone or not. If you're looking for awesome tone, go for a higher end Les Paul. I wouldn't recommend this guitar to the serious musician.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Brown Sound

    By Just J.

    from RI

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    Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

    This guitars PuPs are very heavy sounding even when the volume and treble are turn way down...This guitar is heavy even though it's been chambered to help with weigh and sustain.The neck is a 60 version thin neck nothing like my Standard. No two ever feel the same when they are hand built.This guitar can imitate the famous brown sound by just playing through with both PuPs cranked...Best USA made guitar and by far their best value. My only complaint would be the Gibson case I received with it (white interior) contradicted itself when I noticed a tag inside the small compartment of the case indicating it was made in China...The case also has a noticeable funky smell to it..Maybe explains the lower price.

     
    5.0

    It was made for me!

    By Broken Trojan

    from Modesto, CA

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    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Fun To Play
    • Good Feel
    • Good Pick Up
    • Good Tone
    • Solid Electronics

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Jamming
      • Practicing
      • Recording
      • Rock Concerts
      • Small Venues

      Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

      I have been saving for a Les Paul for a little while, finally got it!.....best guitar purchase for me so far....this baby has great action & tone...super fun to play. Les Pauls are still the sexiest guitars ever made...in my eyes

       
      5.0

      Beutiful Guitar

      By will

      from San Diego, CA.

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      Pros

      • Fun To Play
      • Good Feel
      • Good Pick Up
      • Good Tone
      • Solid Electronics

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Jamming
        • Practicing

        Comments about Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar:

        This guitar is every thing I was hoping for and more. Not a single problem with the finish. Action was pretty close out the box, all guitars need at least a little tweaking when you get them. It plays beutifully, and looks great. The only thing it is missing in my opinion is binding. Not a bad comprimise for the price. I will be keeping her forever.

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