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Les Paul Standard Faded 60s - Vintage Cherryburst

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Les Paul Standard Faded 60s - Vintage Cherryburst
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The new Les Paul Standard 60s Faded returns to the classic design that made it relevant, played, and loved - shaping sound across generations and genres of music. It pays tribute to Gibson's Golden Era of innovation and brings authenticity back to life. The Les Paul Standard 60s features a satin nitrocellulose lacquer finish that gives it the look and feel of a long-treasured musical companion. It has a solid mahogany body with an AA figured maple top and a SlimTaper 60s-style mahogany neck with a rosewood fingerboard and trapezoid inlays. It's equipped with an ABR-1 Tune-O-Matic bridge, aluminum Stop Bar tailpiece, Grover Rotomatic "Kidney" tuners, and gold Top Hat knobs with Silver Reflectors and Dial Pointers. The open-coil Burstbucker 61 R (neck) and Burstbucker 61T (bridge) pickups are loaded with Alnico 5 magnets and hand-wired to audio taper potentiometers and Orange Drop capacitors.

• Body: Mahogany
• Top: AA Figured Maple
• Weight Relief : N/A
• Binding: Single Ply Cream, Top and Fretboard
• Neck: Mahogany
• Neck Profile: Slim Taper
• Nut width: 1.69" | 143mm
• Fingerboard scale length: 24.75" | 1628.65mm
• Number of frets: 22
• Nut: Graph Tech
• Inlay: Acrylic Trapezoid
• Bridge: ABR-1 Tune-O-Matic
• Tailpiece: Aluminum Stop Bar
• Tuners: Grover Rotomatic with Kidney Buttons
• Plating: Nickel
• Neck pickup: 60s Burstbucker
• Bridge pickup: 60s Burstbucker
• Controls: 2 Volumes, 2 Tones & Toggle Switch, Hand-wired with Orange Drop Capacitors
• Case: Gibson Hardshell Case

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What a guitar! 1 of 1 customers found this review helpful

Product Experience   I own it
Closest Store   Québec, Quebec
[en français ci-dessous]\nOh man… where to start? This is one of the best guitars I’ve ever owned, and I’ve owned many over the years. Don’t make the mistake I made. Don’t buy a guitar because of its looks. You may be terribly disappointed down the line. In 2008, I purchased a brand new Les Paul Standard 50s. It was very pretty, but during the 12 years of owning it, I never connected with it. I did not like its sound; it was pretty dark and dull sounding. In addition, I could not stand its sticky glossy nitro finish. As a result, it spent a lot more time in its case than any of my other guitars. I finally gave up and sold it concluding that the Gibson Les Paul was not for me, even though I’ve always loved its design. Then I found this 2022 Gibson Les Paul Standard Faded 60s. I was not attracted to it initially, but a few minutes of playing convinced me. These 60s Burstbucker pickups sound amazing; I now understand what people mean when they say a Les Paul is like a Telecaster on steroids; whether you are on the neck or bridge pickup, or both, it sounds fantastic and has lots of power which can be tamed by simply using the volume and/or tone knobs. And this satin neck! Wow! Such a pleasure to play. I think every Gibson guitars should be offered with a satin neck option. So anyway, do yourself a favor, play the guitars before buying and trust your ears and your fingers, not your eyes. As far as I am concerned, I finally found the guitar I had been looking for.\n\nOh man… par où commencer? Cette guitare est l'une des meilleures que j'ai eues, et j'en ai eu plusieurs au fil des ans. Ne faites pas la même erreur que moi. N'achetez pas une guitare pour son apparence. Vous pourriez être terriblement déçu. En 2008, j'ai acheté une Les Paul Standard 50s toute neuve. Elle était magnifique, mais pendant nos 12 années de « vie commune », je ne m'y suis jamais attaché. Je n'en aimais pas le son qui était plutôt sombre et terne. De plus, son fini nitro brillant, qui était demeuré collant pendant tout ce temps, me déplaisait énormément. Elle a donc passé beaucoup plus de temps dans son étui que n'importe laquelle de mes autres guitares. J'ai finalement abandonné et je l'ai vendue en pensant que la Gibson Les Paul n'était pas pour moi, même si j'ai toujours aimé son design. Puis j'ai trouvé cette Gibson Les Paul Standard Faded 60s en 2022. Elle ne n'a pas attiré au début, mais un essai de quelques minutes m'a convaincu. Ces micros « 60s Burstbucker » sont excellents; je comprends maintenant la signification de l'expression « une Les Paul est comme une Telecaster sous stéroïdes »; que vous utilisiez le micro du manche ou du chevalet, ou les deux, cette guitare a un son extraordinaire et offre beaucoup de puissance qui peut être contrôlée en utilisant simplement les boutons de volume et/ou de tonalité. Et ce manche fini satin! C’est tellement agréable à jouer. Personnellement, je pense que toutes les guitares Gibson devraient être offertes avec un manche fini satin, en option. Pour conclure, n'hésitez pas à essayer plusieurs guitares avant d'acheter, et faites confiance à vos oreilles et à vos doigts, non à vos yeux. En ce qui me concerne, j’ai enfin trouvé la guitare que je cherchais.
Posted by J. F. Remillard on Dec 28, 2022
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Fell in love with a Les Paul again 1 of 1 customers found this review helpful

Product Experience   I own it
Closest Store   Vancouver, British Columbia
I had a Les Paul that was from 2016; I was not a huge fan of it - expected it to be “more”. \n\nWell, this one is a LOT more. I don’t think I could justify the Custom Shop jump vs this new 60s Standard, especially with the faded nitro finish. No lightening - this guitar is HEAVY and it feels great. The neck is classic 60s, and with the satin finish, is like an old friend. \n\nPickups are in the “hot zone”, especially with the body - sustain is beautiful. It looks pretty, and has a dark side of evil that I love. \n\nBonuses: case candy includes the ‘baby photo’ on the bench; booklet; a pickguard if you want that look (I prefer none); and a first that I’ve seen, a super cool Gibson branded multi-tool (sort of like a compact cycling tool, with fold out allen keys, drivers, socket end - very handy!). \n\nGibson is BACK. Make no mistake about it. \nOnly thing I’m changing are the strings from 9-42 to heavier 10-46. This one’s a keeper.
Posted by Grant on Dec 7, 2022
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