#1
pretty simple...i would like your opinions...worth the money? 700 euro...i have read couple of reviews on the p-90 version but i dont like the looks of it(stupid i know) but nothing on the humbucker model...please respond
#2
plays great, looks great, great build quality but the pickups are poor for gibson's standard.
if you got it and replaced the pickups for Seymour Duncan Vintage 59' Sh-1 then you'll have one hell of a guitar with pickups that actually suit it and sound great.
#3
With mass production guitars like this, just read the reviews of the P-90 version. You may not like P-90s but the body, neck and so on are going to be more or less the same.

That said, with Gibsons you really can't judge a guitar by reviews or what anyone on the internet says. Each Gibson, even the mas produced ones, varies a lot. Some can have thick necks, some can have thin necks, some can be very light and others can be very heavy. It doesn't matter what a review says or what Gibson list the specifications as being, you won't know how any Gibson will feel or sound until you go to a shop and play it for yourself.
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#4
The shop I work in has both the P-90 and the humbuckered version, I have played both quite a bit and must say I like them both, great Gibson sound at a low price, obviously not as good as a VOS Les Paul but for under £800 they are brilliant!

I'm not usually a fan of P-90's but I must admit that I do prefer it over the humbuckered one, its a bit more tonally versatile.

If you want a "real" Les Paul and cant afford a Studio or a Standard, I would deffinetly recommend it.
#5
thanks you guys...i have set my eyes on the goldtop and needed opinions....will swing by a shop and put it to the test...