#1
first of all are les pauls good for metal?

is the neck thin like an ibanez?

is there any disadvantages to the studion from the origianl that are really noticeable?
#2
1. That's open to interpretation. Out of the LP's, this one would probably be worse than say, a regular studio, since it's got lower- output pickups. Most people prefer higher- output pickups for metal guitars, though.
2. The neck is essentially a tree trunk. If you're looking for something shred- tastic, this isn't it.
3. The quality control on these is genearally worse than the regular Studios, which is generally slightly worse than the Standards.
#5
gibson.
another guy was selling his flying v.
is the neck thin on those or is it the same as a les paul?
#6
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gibson.
another guy was selling his flying v.
is the neck thin on those or is it the same as a les paul?

No Gibsons have a neck anywhere near as thin as an Ibanez. I think the V's neck is a bit thinner, but not much.
#7
If you're looking for a neck that is Ibanez thin, then you're looking in the wrong place my friend. There are no Gibsons with nearly that thin of a neck. Most of them are thick as hell, some a little less than others. For all intents and purposes, I would stick with Ibanez, ESP, Jackson, or maybe Schecter (although their necks aren't so thin either).
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