Gibson Les Paul Studio 2015

By January 21, 20152015, New Release
Gibson Les Paul Studio 2015 Desert Burst

The Gibson Les Paul Studio 2015 is an affordable stripped-down Les Paul with classic fat tones to coil splitting & a great tone that looks better than ever. In 2015 Gibson have taken the LP Studio up a notch with some great new features…

Made with a “Modern” weight-relieved Mahogany body has a lower profile that has been topped with a beautiful piece of figured Maple. The Mahogany slim taper neck with Rosewood fingerboard has been made slightly wider to provide you with a more modern feeling guitar. Loaded into these incredible woods you have a set of Gibson 57 and Gibson 57+ pickups with coil split options and orange cap capacitors to make sure your tone is consistent so your guitar won’t change night to night.

New and Improved in 2015…

  • Gibson G FORCE™ Tuning System: Faster, more accurate, additional tunings
  • Zero Fret Adjustable Nut (patent applied for): Added action adjustment
  • Wider neck and fingerboard: Increased playing area with same string spacing
  • Comprehensive wood selection and grading: Rarest and finest materials for best instruments
  • Thicker Rosewood Fingerboard: Increased mass for sustain
  • Pearl Inlays: Better appearance and value
  • Smoother sanded, buffed and oiled fingerboard: Improved playability and feel
  • Comprehensive Setup (Lower Frets, Improved Plek, Intonation): Silky smooth action and bending, improved intonation
  • Improved contact output jack: Secure contact and uninterrupted signal
  • More robust cables: Stronger signal strength
  • Les Paul 100th birthday signature: Honoring a genius with a facsimile of his actual signature taken from a pickguard autographed by Les.
  • Les Paul Hologram: Authenticity and tribute
  • New & Improved Hardshell Case: Improved protection (up to 15 foot drop), sleek, ergonomic, made in USA
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Gibson Les Paul Studio 2015 Manhattan Midnight
Gibson Les Paul Studio 2015 Desert Burst
  • Body Material: Mahogany
  • Top Material: B-grade Maple
  • Weight Relief: Modern
  • Average Weight (body only): 2.36 kg / 5.2 lbs
  • Body Contour Carve: slight
  • Neck Material: 1-piece Mahogany
  • Neck Profile: Slim Taper
  • Scale Length: 62.865 cm / 24.75″
  • Fingerboard Material: 1-piece Rosewood
  • Fingerboard Inlay: Trapezoid Mother of Pearl
  • Number of Frets: 22
  • Headstock Angle: 17 degrees
  • Nut: Zero Fret Adjustable Nut (brass)
  • Binding: none
  • Side Dots (Color): White
  • Number of Pickups: 2
  • Rhythm: 57 Classic
  • Lead: 57 Plus
  • Magnet Material: Alnico #2 (smooth)
  • Coil Winding Process: Machine Wound
  • Controls: Lead Volume, Lead Tone, Rhythm Volume, Rhythm Tone
  • Control Type: Push/Pull 500K Non–Linear
  • Tuning Keys: G FORCE
  • Tuning Keys Material: Zamak
  • Tuning Ratio: 40:1
  • Bridge: Tune–o–matic
  • Bridge material: Zamak with satin nickel plating
  • Tailpiece: Stop Bar
  • Tailpiece material: Zamak with satin nickel plating
  • Control Knobs: Black supreme grip speed
  • Truss Rod Cover: black bell hot stamped white “Studio”
  • Colors: Manhattan Midnight, Wine Red, Desert Burst
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One Comment

  • swedgatch says:

    Controversy raises its ugly head!
    I picked up one in desert burst as the price fell once the 2016 line was announced.
    Good guitar? Yes (obviously, it is a Gibson)
    New for 2015 features? Yes (changes not appreciated by “Les Paul Purest”)
    Good Investment? Yes (Any guitar from a famous maker made for only one year will go up in value. Being built in the U.S. only helps)

    I am not a fan of change, but when certain changes allows me to purchase a quality instrument that plays and sounds exceptional with the added advantage of being able to purchase this instrument at 50% off the retail price new, then this seems to me to be a “no-brainer”.

     

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