#1
on some guitar catalog websites they have Les Pauls and Les Paul Studios and I was just wondering if the studio means it's just for recording or if it's playable live too..
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#3
you can do either but what they mean by calling it a "studio" is that it is less pretty than other lp`s so more artists use them recording but it`s also more of a budget les paul
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on some guitar catalog websites they have Les Pauls and Les Paul Studios and I was just wondering if the studio means it's just for recording or if it's playable live too..


They call it a Les Paul studio because to reduce costs they get rid of things like the figured maple top and binding around the body so it looks more plain therefore making it more liable to be used in a studio by people who can afford to have more than one guitar of that price.
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#5
Of course u can gig with it. Its just called a Studio b/ theres no Flame maple top, binding, different inlays, and possibly no pickguard. its not a show-off guitar, but itll get the job done.
#7
not just another name. it's of a lesser quality, although to be honest at the minute they aren't much worse than a lot of the standards
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