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Les Paul Modern - Sparkling Burgundy Top

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Les Paul Modern - Sparkling Burgundy Top

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Les Paul Modern - Sparkling Burgundy Top
Les Paul Modern - Sparkling Burgundy Top
Your Price: $3,999.00 CDN
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The new Gibson Les Paul Modern incorporates many contemporary updates that players have embraced such as lighter-weight bodies and innovative slim taper neck with asymmetrical profiles. The Modern fingerboard is crafted with genuine ebony and a compound radius for lower, and cleaner action. The neck/body joint features the new Modern contoured heel for effortless access to the highest frets as well as maximum sustain and stability. Hardware upgrades include Grover locking Rotomatic tuners, clear top hat knobs and BurstBucker Pro and BurstBucker Pro + pickups. The control assembly features 4 push-pull pots to switch between the Gibson humbucker and the single coil P90 sounds, both of which have defined so many genres of music across multiple generations since Gibson invented them, phase switching and pure bypass for functional and versatile sonic variety. The new Gibson Les Paul modern is here to shape sound for future generations.

Finishes Available: Graphite Top, Sparkling Burgundy Top, Faded Pelham Blue Top


Details
• Body: Mahogany
• Top: Maple
• Weight Relief: Ultra-Modern
• Neck: Mahogany
• Profile: Asymmetrical Slim Taper w/ Modern Contoured Heel
• Nut width: 1.695" / 43.05mm
• Fingerboard: Ebony
• Scale length: 24.75" / 628.65mm
• Number of frets: 22
• Nut: Graph Tech
• Inlay: Mother of Pearl Trapezoids
• Bridge: Aluminum Nashville Tune-O-Matic
• Tailpiece: Aluminum Stopbar
• Knobs: Clear Top Hats
• Tuners: Grover Locking Rotomatics w/Keystone buttons
• Plating: Chrome
• Neck pickup: Burstbucker Pro Rhythm
• Bridge pickup: Burstbucker Pro + Lead
• Controls: 2 Push/Pull Volumes (Coil-Tap), 2 Push/Pull Tones (Pure Bypass/Phase) & Toggle Switch
• Case: Gibson Hard Shell

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Best most Versatile Les Paul to date 0 of 0 customers found this review helpful

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Closest Store   Belleville, Ontario
This is a great instrument that can produce almost any sound you might be looking for. Awesome neck provide and the new design allows easy unimpeded access up the neck. Yes, it's expensive but the nameplate says it all; you do get what you pay for.
Posted by Jim on Dec 31, 2022
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What a surprise, in a good way 1 of 1 customers found this review helpful

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Closest Store   Hamilton, Ontario
I bought this Gibson Les Paul Modern because I have back issues and sometimes struggle playing my Standard. I thought it may feel “kinda” like a Les Paul, and sound like a hollow with less sustain given the neck profile and weight relief. I have had this guitar now for just under 6 months and What I got was the absolute best Les Paul I have ever played. The sustain is exactly what you would expect from a Gibson Les Paul and after struggling a little bit to get used to the neck, it is now the neck that I love the most. The different tones that you can get from the push pots will really let you experiment in new ways. Locking tuners as well. It is not a AAA burst, and that may be the only knock, but honestly the metallic charcoal paint is absolutely stunning. Pair that with the darkness of the ebony fretboard, and the soft brown mahogany it is one good looking instrument.
Posted by Jay on Aug 13, 2022
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Best Electric Guitar I ever owned 0 of 1 customers found this review helpful

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Closest Store   Oshawa, Ontario
Recently Gibson remodeled the Les Paul and created the modern line. They narrowed the neck and contoured the body to meet the neck so that it is even and carved to let your hand move to the high notes with ease. The Rock solid weight and true brilliant sustained tones have not been lost. The guitar simply feels comfortable. It is a pleasure to play. The amazing tones and range of sound dynamics from the push pull pot controls add many different sounds for recording and playing live. I was always a Fender Strat style lover. I am converted. This guitar has a beefy and clear articulated sound for both clean and overdrive tones. Simply the best Electric Guitar out there and I am proud to own one. I am now a Gibson Guy! Thank you Gibson.
Posted by JD Sautner on Apr 18, 2022
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Gibson is back! 4 of 5 customers found this review helpful

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Closest Store   Calgary, Alberta
Traded in an older regular Les Paul with the typical burst finish for a red one of these.
Although Gibson seemingly abandoned the Standard for other guitar modern appointments for years at least they went back to what the LP was originally about with classic burst finishes with their 50s and 60s standards with period correct features.
However the modern appointments still have their place to measure up to some of the competition out there. They kept the weight relief, circuit board with plugs and coil taps that some hated, added ebony, clear knobs, locking tuners, all chrome hardware, higher gain pickups, and modernized the neck that is skinny on the treble side yet rounded on the bass side. a black rather than cream pickguard plus a molded heel joint. Different from most traditional LPs but very comfortable. Just hope it sells and Gibson gets past its rough years lately and comes back to the fore.
This guitar has lots of tonal features with the coil taps. The locking Grover tuners are easy to install strings on. They could have used the Richlite on the fretboard as thats modern over ebony or rosewood. I have played a guitar with Richlite. Its similar to ebony but plenty of people hated that too especially as it was meant to mimic ebony. They put it on the LP Customs out of the Custom Shop which to some was a bad idea on a classic iconic guitar. On the Modern it would have made sense. I wish they would have more sparkly colors on these too like Gold or Silver although the Red is awesome. They could have red, brown or blue burst as well.
Soundwise the pickups are great but not very low gain. The coil taps are almost a waste. They are not very single coil sounding but more like a slightly thinner P90. The tone bypass you could almost pull out for soloing as it acts more like a boost, the phase one could be good for quieter strumming or a particular tone for soloing all on its own. The price is a little high too as its more expensive than the 50s and 60s models. Still pretty impressive and I hope these Moderns hold their own in the years to come.
Posted by Music Mike on Feb 21, 2021
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