Gibson Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar
In line with the first Gibson Les Paul Studio 1983, the 2013 model offers some essential changes.
Gibson Les Paul Studio creates in 1983, to have an entry-level instrument having all the main features of the reference model, the Les Paul Standard.
The Les Paul Studio in 2013 and has a sculpted and carved mahogany body to which is attached a table in maple. The body is provided with resonance chambers developed by computer whose characteristics were developed after analysis of the vintage Paul. While reducing the guitar, this process amplifies the sound volume by increasing the natural resonance of the bass and midrange frequencies. The body of the Les Paul Studio is slightly narrower than that of the reference model, emphasizing slightly rendering lower midrange of the instrument at the expense of serious, at the same time giving it a clean punchy sound.
As always on the Les Paul, the solid mahogany neck is glued to the body in the process of mortise and tenon that transmits vibrations to the body and all the sustain provided by inning. With 22 frets, it adopts the 50's profile. The great scarcity of Rosewood encourages manufacturers to opt for other wood, rosewood is now reserved for high-end Custom Shop models: accordingly, the key of the Les Paul Studio 2012 is Granadillo Exotic. Known by the nickname "Wood singing", it replaces easily rosewood, both aesthetic and acoustic properties are similar.
The two humbuckers original Gibson (490R & 498T, microphones which each magnet has the same number of turns of son who retain the grain of the famous PAF 50s, but with a higher level of output) and combo bridge-tailpiece (Tune-O-Matic Nashville & Stop Bar) complete complement this new Les Paul Studio 2013.
Gibson Les Paul Studio Specifications:
Consult a Product Specialist