#1
ok people, i was looking through my most recent american musical supply catalouge and i noticed that a lot of guitars and basses have a model of the guitar then a "studio" version of that guitar. Whats the difference between a regular guitar and a studio guitar? is there a tone difference? or does it work better with a mixer or something?
#2
studio guitar just means you wouldn't dare let anyone see you play such an ugly pile. They still sound good.
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#3
I think it's just another version to try and make more money. They most likely sound roughly the same, Im not sure though.

And to the guy who said they were ugly.

I havent seen any other studio guitars other than the les Paul Studios, and I think they look better than Stardards, I personally dislike the binding around the edge, where the Studio doesn't have that.
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#4
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studio guitar just means you wouldn't dare let anyone see you play such an ugly pile. They still sound good.

pretty much. artists generally use studio labeled guitars for studio work and use a guitar that is not studio for looks when they play live.
#5
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And to the guy who said they were ugly.

I havent seen any other studio guitars other than the les Paul Studios, and I think they look better than Stardards, I personally dislike the binding around the edge, where the Studio doesn't have that.


I have the Les Paul Studio, I believe the only differance on this one is there isn't any binding. I totally disagree with what buddy says about them being ugly, because that's all just opinion.
#6
they make the looks simpler. basically something you would use just for sound, like in a studio. i think they look good though, but thats just my opinion
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#7
Epiphone are guilty of studios,

instead of a normal nut they use cheap plastic nuts what they call precision plastic nuts

they use alnico V humbuckers.

they're a little skanky compared to a standard or custom/deluxe

not as much features ect.
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#8
I own a '91 Gibson Les paul studio, and i think it rocks both in sound as it does in looks. beats my previous standard.
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#9
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pretty much. artists generally use studio labeled guitars for studio work and use a guitar that is not studio for looks when they play live.

lmao thats bullcrap dude
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#10
Usually a studio guitar has less cosmetics. Sometimes they even have better sound because of a thinner finish and upgraded electronics. The Epi Les Paul Studio is crap though. The Gibson is about the only Gibby that's worth the money nowadays.
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#13
yeah i just wouldnt say it applies to all artists but some did use studio for studio and standard/custom/whatever for live