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Les Paul Studio Guitars

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  1. $150 Price Drop
    Gibson 2017 Les Paul Studio T Electric Guitar
    $1,349.00
    Open Box:
    $1,079.20
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    Gibson 2017 Les Paul Studio Gold Series Electric Guitar
    $1,439.00
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    $1,151.20
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    Gibson 2017 Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar
    $1,349.00
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    Epiphone Goth Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar
    $349.00
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    Epiphone Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar
    $359.00
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    Epiphone Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar
    $359.00
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    Epiphone Limited Edition Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar
    $349.00
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  8. $280 Price Drop
    Gibson ES-Les Paul Studio Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar
    $2,519.00
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    Gibson 2016 Les Paul Studio HP Electric Guitar
    $1,659.00
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    $1,479.20
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    Gibson 2016 Les Paul Studio T Electric Guitar
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    $1,199.20
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  11. Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe IV Electric Guitar
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    $1,159.20
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Since 1952, the Les Paul has been reintroduced many times in different finishes and wood types. While the essential characteristics of what makes a Les Paul so great have always remained the same, different versions of the guitar definitely have more high-end features than others. Take for example, Les Paul Studio guitars. Similar to a Les Paul Standard but boasting many upgrades, the Les Paul Studio guitar has made its way into the hands of incredible players since it hit the music scene in 1983.

In this catalog you'll discover that Les Paul Studio guitars are available in a wide variety of pickup colors and pickup configurations. In fact, both Gibson and Epiphone offer Studio Les Pauls, so whether you're an amateur hobbyist or a stage pro, you'll find something to your liking here. If it's a Les Paul in the $300-$500 range that you're looking for, check out a top-rated model like the Epiphone Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar in Alpine White. Newly designed in 2004, Epiphone Studio guitars have a thick body, scorching open-coil humbuckers, a rosewood fingerboard and a LockTone stopbar tailpiece. From its easy playability to its great sustain and crunchy tone, the Epiphone Les Paul Studio is a near-steal given its generous price.

Now if it's a Gibson that you're after, there are plenty of best sellers in the Studio Series ranging from $750 to $1500. Need a suggestion? Take a look at the Gibson 2016 Les Paul Studio Faded Series Electric Guitar. This axe is available in your choice of four hand-sprayed nitro "faded" finishes to appear slightly aged. Other unique features include: a rounded '59 neck profile, a graph tech nut for optimal sustain, two Burstbucker Pro humbuckers and a tune-o-matic bridge with stopbar for quick string changes. Straight out of the gig bag, the Gibson 2016 Les Paul Studio Faded Series Electric is ready to rock your socks off.

And your Les Paul Studio guitar options go well beyond the two models mentioned. In addition to solid bodies, you'll even come across a Semi-Hollow Studio Electric Guitar that's a perfect blend of tradition and innovation. So go ahead and make your move - from their beautiful mahogany bodies to their top-notch bindings and maple tops, Les Paul Studio guitars are truly a sight to behold and hear.

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