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Is the gibson les paul studio a good guitar ?
i was just wondering if i should get it. could anyone give me his/her advice

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well. what kind of music do you want to play?
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my view is that yes, it is.

but it depends what you play, like farether said.
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my old teach had one an it was amazing...good for every style (like most gibsons) and its a classic an its WAY better than a squier strat. id get it if i had the money.
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yes. but you should definitely upgrade your amp before you buy it


Agreed. The amps has far more effect on your tone that the guitar. If you can play comfortably on your current guitar, you will notice far more improvement in your tone if you get a good tube amp rather than the guitar.
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