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Bakaï's review - Gibson Les Paul Studio Faded 2011

Made in Nashville USA
The key is Ogbeche because at the time, Gibson was in the sights of the authorities. They had bought the rosewood smuggling ...
For the rest it is a Les Paul Classic mahogany and maple. The body is hollow (chambered) making it a little lighter guitar.
Gibson also made money on the paint faded but it gives pretty good I think ...
Channel 50 'rounded
The pickups are Burstbuckers pro.
The finishes are really limits. After one week, I have to change a jumper that was torn off. Factory settings are dismal.


The guitar is playable despite a very high share price at the factory. A turn in the luthier is essential.
The guitar has a problem as quickly narrowly I think the mechanics first prize. I have changed for blocking.
The handle is quite nice, the button Ogbeche does not demerit. You must love the sleeves too for what I do.
The knobs react badly.


The bursbuckers are really very good. We're in good fat rock. It's hi gain and it grows!
I think the guitar has good sustain and a good sound.
It suits my style of music but also for blues a little crunchy.
I played on several tube amps and it works with the drive as clean.


I use it for two years. That's my only guitar. I bought it on the net without trying it.
The sound is good but quality / price, we feel that the Gibson logo pays full price.
Except for the pickups, I'm sure we find Epiphone superior.
It's still a good guitar sound good but not great. The finish is very very basic and for the price, no box!