#1
So, I am deciding whether to go with a brand new Epiphone Les Paul Standard, or a early to mid 90's Studio.

I know that the current Studio's are not built up to par as the early nineties, so please keep that in mind when you are answering my question. I have heard that the early nineties Studio's are basically standards without the finish and binding.

Here is an example of a great Studio I found for $600.

http://cgi.ebay.com/2005-Gibson-Les-Paul-Studio-Mahogany-Guitar-w-Bigsby_W0QQitemZ270231221168QQihZ017QQcategoryZ2384QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

I play mostly blues and rock, and have been looking for a LP for a while now, and just recently thought about the Studio as an option. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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#3
Early studios are meant to be great, but you still don't get a nice finish

P.S. That studio is not early, it's 2005
#4
To me the whammy bar on the studio looks weird
Yoda i be!

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#5
Go for the studio, the sound is much more bluesyer and better than an epi.
#6
Quote by Horlicks
Early studios are meant to be great, but you still don't get a nice finish

P.S. That studio is not early, it's 2005


Oops, I posted the one with the Bigsby. There was also a brown one for $600 that was 1990, wrong link, but you know what I mean.

What Pick-ups are in the older studios?
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