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victhebig's review - Gibson Nighthawk Studio

USA 2011: beginning thus making wooden handle keys bizarre (baked maple or maple roasted)

easel-type strato six jumpers, but better bcp
Telecaster string-through-type (one is used for the twang and sustain)
body and mahogany neck (there are also poplar for the body)
very thin body with belly cut at
microphones and split Burstbucker 2 (bridge) and BB1 (handle)
mechanical KLUSON
factory mounted in 010-042

soft case included, also a mini-screwdriver to bridge


Handle longer than LP Standard Fender tuning types.
Access to acute perfect because the cut is deep.

It is not as fast as my LP up in 009, but it is not bad.
The sound is beautiful, it goes well beyond Telecasters, while keeping the "twang" rock'n'roll potato and egg given by the pickups Burstbucker 1 and 2.


This guitar will definitely inspire me to my songs,
she qque thing that makes me smile every time I touch it (plus it weighs half of my Les Paul).

To alternative rock or punk rock as it ensures a plow shop. It has changed me a lot of opinion vis-à-vis their Gibson guitars and not always match their price ...


Bought a few days ago, suddenly of heart!

The sound and feel that it provides are fabulous ... if only one is not snobbish, you have to try this little fender at Gibson :-)