#1
Okay, so I'm a little confused, as I understood it, the Les Paul Studios came with the same pickups as the Standard. From what I heard, they were called burstbuckers, but now what I hear is that the burstbuckers are actually what are in the standards and not in the Studios... can someone please clarify?
#4
Quote by Nikon87
Okay, here's another thing...

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Gibson-Les-Paul-Vintage-Mahogany-Electric-Guitar?sku=517536

If you read the product description, it says they come with the burstbuckers... What's that all about?


That's not a Studio
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#5
Quote by Schmidty8890
That's not a Studio


.. It says Studio on the headstock.
#6
Quote by Nikon87
.. It says Studio on the headstock.


And it's not called a Studio? That's weird.
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#7
It's not a stock studio. It's a Vintage Mahogany. They've commissioned a run of them with slightly different specs (mahogany rather than maple top, for example). Gibson'll do that if you're willing to order a significant quantity. They also sell the SG Classic, which isn't a stock model with a standard pup config either.