Used Gibson Les Paul Studio T Worn Cherry BURSTBUCKER Pickups w/ Bag 2016
I cannot emphasize Burstbuckers enough. These pickups are a huge upgrade from the current pickups Gibson is putting in the Studio. Our tech just gave this guitar a masterful setup and she plays amazing. The value of these guitars are unparalleled in the business and getting it loaded with the Burstbuckers makes it a no-brainer. Frets are in great shape and it plays as it should. Weighs in at 8.9lbs. Small ding on the backside of the instrument, highlighted in the photos.
Back-to-basics Look and a Great Value
The Gibson Les Paul Studio Faded features a smooth, unbound body and a traditional carved maple top, whose beautiful faded finish lends the look of a well-worn guitar. A '59 rounded neck profile with rosewood fingerboard and two screaming Burstbucker Pro pickups give you a world of classic Les Paul playability. The '59 neck profile is a nice compromise between the original chunky neck and the "slim tapered" carve that followed in the '60s.
Classy pearloid trapezoid markers give this Les Paul Studio Faded the classic Les Paul feel, and a modified heel shape gives you easy access to the upper frets, letting you really dig into your solos! Thanks to a pair of Burstbucker Pro pickups, the Les Paul Studio Faded also gives you that big, fat, smoky humbucker sound. Take it from the Sweetwater crew - this Les Paul has the classic sounds you want and expect from a Gibson. So if you want traditional Les Paul sound and amazing playability - all at a fantastic price - you need a Les Paul Studio Faded!
Gibson Les Paul Studio Features at a Glance:
- Top: Carved maple
- Back: Mahogany
- Neck: Mahogany with 1959 rounded profile
- "Modern" weight-relieved mahogany body reduces weight while maintaining sustain
- Fingerboard: Rosewood with pearloid trapezoid inlays
- Number of frets: 22
- Pickups: 2 Burstbucker Pro pickups
- Controls: 2 each tone and volume with 3-way pickup selector switch
- Machine heads: Green Keys
- Hardware: Chrome plated
- PLEK'd for precision playability