More Affordable Les Paul With P-90s

Gibson introduce the Les Paul Studio '60s Tribute   28-Jan-11

More Affordable Les Paul With P-90s

In honor of the final incarnation of the original Les Paul, Gibson tell us that they are proud to present the Les Paul Studio in an exciting new package. Here's what they have to say...
The new Les Paul Studio '60s Tribute model embodies the look and tone of the great original Les Pauls from the 1960s, at a price that fits the wallets of today's hardworking musicians. Ever since its introduction in 1983, the Les Paul Studio model has been enormously popular with players seeking the power and versatility of the original Les Paul Standard in a ready-for-action package, with a price to match. The Les Paul Studio '60s Tribute sticks to the script entirely, but its five worn '50s-style finishes reflect the wear of a well-played guitar and meaty dual single-coil P-90 pickups give it a look akin to classics from the decade of the Les Paul's birth, while it's fast SlimTaperâ„¢ neck profile reflects the feel of Les Paul Standards from 1960, the year before this legendary solidbody was deleted (temporarily!) from the Gibson line up.
  • Mahogany body with Rosewood fingerboard
  • Slim, fast '60s style neck profile
  • Available in four worn '50s-style Finishes
  • Two Gibson USA P-90 Pickups
  • Vintage Kluson-Style tuners with perloid buttons
Pricing and Availability:
$1,399 More information:
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adm    Said...

In what way is this "affordable"

28-Jan-11 11:17 AM

Henry    Said...

The actual headline says "more affordable" which means it costs less than the other Les Pauls in the Gibson range. It's all relative. The Gibson LP Studio has always been the less costly option if you want a Les Paul with Gibson on the headstock... otherwise try an Epiphone.

28-Jan-11 01:36 PM

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