#1
i know, i know, it's not really a les paul, but in the mid-70s they got into some legal trouble with gibson for making les paul look alikes, so I think its safe to consider it a les paul.

The point that I'm trying to get to is: what model is that?
#3
its called an artist and theyve started making them again
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#5
Artist series are double cutout, while Ibanez made Les Paul copies before the Artist.
Ibanez Register has a number of them, just scroll down to Lawsuit section.

Personally, I've played a couple of old beat-up LP copies by Ibanez from thirty years ago, and they're just as heavy and bulky as the real deal.
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#7
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They started makin them again


Yeaaaah, but those aren't like the good ole ones. The horn is silly and not sharp, three controls. I've been looking for a real lawsuit Ibanez LP in a half-decent condition just for the collection for a while now and tried a few of them. The new AR (didn't know it was the Artist remake, though) just doesn't have the spirit of an LP, it feels like a Junior, lighter, simpler.
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#8
My friend told me he had an Ibanez LP, havent seen it yet though
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