So I have a custom T-Style guitar being built by NyStrum guitars, rendering my current G&L ASAT Classic Tribute a bit redundant, so I am selling it and picked up this girl yesterday. I think between the humbuckers on this, and the 3 single coils on my incoming T-Style guitar, I will have a lot of ground covered
I played through a handful of Gibsons both expensive and not-so-expensive, and this one won out. Partly because the necks on the 2015, as many of you agree, really are terrible. I'm sure I COULD get used to it. But when I am playing open chords (like an open F#m or something where I'm using my thumb) it make it frustratingly difficult on my hand. Who thought it was a good idea?
I've only ever owned an old Epiphone Les Paul and wasn't really too "in tune" with my guitars when I owned it. Can someone answer me a few questions about Les Pauls?
It's currently outfitted with 10s - Is that the norm? Is it like a Telecaster where it needs to be setup every time you have a different string gauge?