Gibson Les Paul Tribute - Satin Honeyburst

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The Les Paul Tribute captures the vibe, feel and tonality of a traditional Les Paul and is available in four classic finishes. A rounded maple neck prole and ultra-modern weight relief make the Gibson Les Paul Studio Tribute a pleasure to play. A mahogany body, maple top and pair of 490 R & T humbucking pickups with Alnico II magnets provide classic tone, power and sustain.

Finishes Available: Satin Tobacco Burst, Satin Iced Tea, Satin Honeyburst, Satin Cherry Sunburst

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• Body: Mahogany
• Top: Maple
• Weight Relief: Ultra-Modern
• Neck: Maple
• Profile: Rounded
• Nut width: 1.695" / 43.05mm
• Fingerboard: Rosewood
• Scale length: 24.75" / 628.65mm
• Number of frets: 22
• Nut: Graph Tech
• Inlay: Acrylic Trapezoids
• Bridge: Aluminum Nashville Tune-O-Matic
• Tailpiece: Aluminum Stop Bar
• Knobs: Gold Top Hats
• Tuners: Vintage Deluxe w/ Keystone Buttons
• Plating: Nickel
• Neck pickup: 490R
• Bridge pickup: 490T
• Controls: 2 Volumes, 2 Tones & Toggle Switch
• Case: Gibson Soft Shell

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Closest StoreMississauga, Ontario
Would recommend trying as many of these as you can before buying. I had to try at least 6 before finding one without either rough frets or VERY noticeable/infuriating static interference due to poor shielding in pots. Kind of questionable how some of these get out of the factory. That being said, when you find that one, its a real treat to play. Great Gibson sound, very happy I hung in there to find a good one.
Posted by Marc on Jun 9, 2022
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Great Guitar but.....0 of 1 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreCambridge, Ontario
I have had this guitar for about 5 weeks now and I do really love the tones I can get from it. I haven't recorded with it yet but I have played several gigs. The 490 pickups are perfect for what I need. Versatile enough to play every song in my set. The only drawback is the fret work leaves a lot to be desired. The frets are rough and definitely need to be dressed properly. I have picked up a few since I got mine and this seems to be inconsistent. SOme have great frets and some do not. Gibson needs to work on this or L&M needs to be checking this before they guitar leaves the store.
Posted by Chris on May 4, 2022
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Closest StoreBrantford, Ontario
I am mainly a Fender guy. I own 2 custom shop, a tele and a strat as well as a brad paisley road worn silver tele. \nIn the past I've owned les paul R7 and a traditional gold top. However my humbucker needs aren't as much as playing single coil. But I wanted a humbucker guitar for certain songs on stage and to play around with at home but not a big investment in a gibson custom shop or even a standard. I love how understated the finish is as it fits in nicely next to my journey man relic custom shops and the road worn. Don't want to pretty an LP upstaging my fenders. The maple neck with very thin finish feels great (even better than my custom shops) I think I got lucky with mine as the action is very low and buzz free. The frets are very smooth with no sharp edges. Very light for an LP. All these are bonuses for me. Its a very clear, articulate tone. Its got some brightness to it that has a nice snap, reminiscent to my Fenders. A bonus for me. I think this is the first guitar with a factory setup that I have not had to adjust or have set up at all. I like very low action and usually factory setups aren't good enough for me but this one is. \nAnd 2 bonuses, I got this one right out of the box, so I'm the first to touch it. Beautiful honeyburst finish. Looks almost like a goldtop that faded. And the second bonus, I guess because its Gibson month it was on special for $1,499 instead of $1,599
Posted by Terry on Apr 25, 2022
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Closest StoreSydney, Nova Scotia
First and foremost - a huge shout out to Lilith at L&M in Sydney, NS for over the top service (as always)🤘🤘 I've owned and played other Les Paul guitars. 1973, Standard, Faded, Ultimate and Studios and they were great but I love this guitar. Ive always felt like you have to bond with your instrument and this was instant. I haven't done anything to it. Bought it, took it home and plugged it in. I love it. I love the simplicity, playability and tones. I feel like this us the perfect gigging guitar for an old blues-rock guy like me.
Posted by Jamie on Apr 10, 2022
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A great player's guitar2 of 2 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreNorth York, Ontario
I love the guitar. I can't rationalize buying a Standard or Custom, but I got the Tribute off demo and with one buckle scratch in the back it was a very good deal.\n\nThe guitar is well-constructed with good attention to detail - eg, all the glued seams are tightly set and clean, the finish is even, frets are good all the way up the neck. This particular guitar needed a bit of setup to get the action down a bit without buzzing but that may be a function of its having been a demo.\n\nThe pickups are great and highly versatile. The bridge is punchy without being too harsh and the neck has amazing mids. With the tone rolled off a bit the neck gives a great jazz tone.\n\nFeatures are as advertised - nothing fancy, just your typical LP design and controls. The soft case is nice although the Gibson case candy was a bit of a let-down; there's a cheesy strap that looks and feels like it cost $10.\n\nThis is my destination LP - I don't plan on replacing or "upgrading" it as I can't imagine how a more expensive LP could play or sound better.
Posted by Phil Doyle on Dec 16, 2021
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Really Gibson?8 of 9 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreSt. Catharines, Ontario
Guitar looks and sounds good.
Problems are many.
Static thru amp if you move guitar around while you play that's coming from back cavity covers. It's documented just check YouTube.
The action on mine is very high even after 2 pro setups by certified Gibson tech.
Also the strings bite HARD into the back of the bridge between bridge and tailpiece. Even with tail piece raised almost as high as she goes.
If you " HAVE" to get a Gibson Les Paul save a while longer and get at least the Studio. It's 10x better than this thing.
And just a heads up I'm not a newbie that doesn't know what's up with a " good guitar" I've been playing since 1975.
I can't recommend this to others as I can't begin to express how disappointing this guitar is.
Posted by Eric on Jun 9, 2021
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Closest StoreWinnipeg (Pembina Hwy.), Manitoba
Bough it today. WOW killer fnnnn guitar. Thanks to the staff at Pembina for the great service and friendliness over the years. 🤘
Posted by Bruce peters on May 24, 2021
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Closest StoreLongueuil, Quebec
jai la 2017, j'adore. je l'ai acheté chez un competiteur paprceque a l'époque, je ne connaissais pas L&M et maintenant que je connqis, le competiteur ne recois plus mon argent😉 1 défaut à la guitare: le block inlay de la 3e fret a décollé apres 1 an, je l'ai apporté au L&M de Longueuil et ils m'ont réparé sans frais, meme si Gibson me disait que ce n'était pas couvert par la garantie. Payé 1100$ en 2017, meilleure guitare électrique que j'ai eu dans ma vie. Le manche avec son fini mât est incroyable, on sent les grains du bois. À force de jouer avec, le fini devient très lustré où ma main et mon avant bras touche, j'adore comment elle vieilli.
Posted by yan blondin on Dec 14, 2020
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She?s a keeper4 of 4 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreVancouver, British Columbia
I have owned this guitar in satin cherry burst for 10 days and I am in love with it. It is so comfortable to play. Plugging it into my amp I don’t notice any noise or feedback. Take the Les Paul studio which is a beautiful guitar too, take away the nitro finish and save yourself a few hundred dollars. The tribute series is awesome. The soft case included with this guitar is deluxe, the lining and leather exterior are outstanding. The folks at the Vancouver location always have something perfect for me.
Posted by Randy Bobandy on Nov 2, 2020
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Love it, but not at first!11 of 12 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreCourtenay, British Columbia
I'll start off by saying that I'm a Fender guy and in my 28 years of playing, I've played very few Gibson guitars. They always felt really foreign to me as most had chunky necks that were hard for me to get used to. I did know that there was a tone in there that was magical so always wanted one for my collection.
The Tribute line seemed like the best bang for the buck in that it had the guts of the classic LP's but without all the extra adornments which I didn't need. I prefer satin finishes over gloss and while the binding is nice, I felt the way they did the maple top on this model had a binding-like feel to not miss it.
Knowing that Gibson has had a string of "bad years", it seemed that they were on the up and up and getting a 2019 model wasn't nearly as risky as it was in the recent years before that.
I called the nearest music shop that had one in stock, located 45 mins from me, but due to COVID-19 I couldn't play it first. I had a 30 day window to return. Due to the circumstances, I bought it and took it home having never played it or giving it a once over. L&M assured me that it was "loosely" set up and had no sharp frets etc.
I got it home and immediately discovered it was the most unplayable guitar I had ever played. Action was brutally high, the truss rod was way off, the pots crackled, the frets were sharp, etc. I could go on. I have no idea how L&M allowed this model to hit the sales floor like this and assume that while it could have been ok leaving the Gibson factory, the trip and climate changes may have pronounced the issue with the sharp frets but the overall setup should've been taken care of by L&M.
It was a beautiful looking guitar and had no finishing defects so I made my mind up to pay for a setup by someone locally I trusted. If I still didn't like it, it was going back.
I got the guitar back post setup and it was a night and day difference. It took a little getting used to coming off of my Fenders, but the neck is far from chunky as I had previously experienced on older LP's. It won me over rather quickly and I absolutely LOVE this guitar now. The tones are far darker than my Fenders so I need to re-EQ my amp a bit but the tones are ever so sweet. Everyone who's heard me play it comment on how nice it sounds.
It was very close to going back based on L&M's lack of attention to detail, but I'm glad I kept it as it now plays as nice as it looks and sounds.
Posted by Ryan on Oct 13, 2020
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Solid guitar1 of 6 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreGuelph, Ontario
It’s a Gibson, so if you get the guy in the factory doing his job you’ll get a solid guitar. I lucked out. The 490 pickups are decent and if you don’t care about flashy finish on your guitar the tribute is perfect.
Posted by Rico Sanchez on Sep 23, 2020
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Poor quality for Gibson4 of 13 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreLaval, Quebec
Very disappointed with this guitar. Sharp frets higher up the neck. All the pots as well as the switch are noisy.. Bridge pickup is not parallel to strings, one end of the pickup almost touches the strings and the other end is about 1/8 inch away. I don't think there is any quality control at Gibson. You get a nice picture of the guitar on the bench, but the guy probably just takes the picture and puts it in the case as is. Buy a Godin for $500.less and get high quality and great sounding guitar. My first and last Gibson.
Posted by Robert on Sep 12, 2020
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guitare excellente qualité5 of 9 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreLaval, Quebec
je voulais une Gibson pour trois chose sa beauté le son et sont maintient j arrive chez moi, un essaie en magasin mais c est pas pareille comme chez nous, je la plug dans mon fender blues junior wow wow wow le son rock qui est sorti de cette guitare ma jeté par terre sans pedal rien my god quelle belle achat vraiment pas déçu de cette belle Gibson les pickup vous donne ce que vous entendre sur les disques des grand artiste qui utilise les les Paul belle finition sans trop , juste parfait heureux d en avoir une dans mon trio ma fender stratocaster performer ma godin A6 ultra et une Gibson tribute 2020
Posted by pierre on Jun 23, 2020
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Closest StoreToronto (Bloor St.), Ontario
Love this guitar wished I could buy another
Posted by Richard on May 9, 2020
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Closest StoreOwen Sound, Ontario
Worth every penny purchased it online from Long and Mcquade, but discovered one day later that it was on sale from Long & McQUade form $1599.00 to $1499.00.
Posted by Richard O'Rourke on Apr 23, 2020
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Hi Richard, I just refunded you $113 under our price protection policy. Enjoy your guitar!

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Closest StoreSt. Catharines, Ontario
I have had this for a year now. It seems it is just breaking in. I am very impressed with the build quality and overall sound. I love the sound of these pickups, they just work with this guitar. They have a snappy tone to them, a mid range bump with good note definition, which I like. The top looks cool with a nice grain. The mahogany body on mine is one piece. The maple cap is 2. I had to do some tweaking to this guitar to set it up the way I like. Once I dialed it in, oh man, this thing plays so nice. I have a 74 es 335 which is a gem. This holds its own along side it. I would not hesitate to tell someone to buy one. Not as flashy as a Standard, but looks great and is very playable. I've used it at gigs and I've recorded with it. Pro guitar. Try as many out as you can and then buy one. You can't go wrong.
Posted by Scotty on Mar 10, 2020
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Are Gibson "Outsourcing"?10 of 10 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreBrantford, Ontario
It took Gibson to hit almost bottom, people's perception, to manufacturer a quality build. For the cost this instrument is wonderful. No frills just the basics but well made, old school. Set-up out of the box, playable. Sound, what are you plugging it into? All great. Me, I love the neck. lastly, most important, it stay's in tune! imagine that. Jake and all the staff at Brantford, awesome!
Posted by Clyde Brown on Oct 27, 2019
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