Les Paul Studio Deluxe Iced Tea

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  1. brianr0131

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    I played one of these killing a few minutes @ Guitar Center today and it was absolutely Incredible. Fit and finish was beautiful, it rang out loud and clear and played like a great Les Paul should play. 60's neck Zebra Pups and coil splits.

    Baked Maple :omg was great looked really nice and felt and sounded fine to me. Probably comparable in sound and feel to ebony if you were to force me to make a comparison. Grover tuners too.

    Wish I had a bunch of extra money, this is a nice guitar. Definitely worth $1399

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    http://www.guitarcenter.com/Gibson-Les-Paul-Studio-Deluxe-Electric-Guitar-106722663-i2170311.gc
     
  2. SG_Seth

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    That's nice looking. Glad to hear it played well too. GC has a $200 of coupon on purchases over $999 in case you needed a little nudge before you take the plunge!
     
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    I bought mine in July , so it has a Rosewood fretboard. Great guitar over all. It satisfied my Les Paul itch .
     
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    They had a Vintage Burst one and an Ebony both with Rosewood. This one sounded a lot snappier.
     
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    Damn, that's sweet...So many LP's, so little time (and money)
     

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