#1
Can anyone give me info on it......I have heard that it is a great guitar and almost half the cost of a regular studio (800 i think it is)
#2
it is not comparable to a regular les paul. It has no maple top and is thus much darker sounding it also has a different finish and more then likely crap pups... imo try agile instead, you could get an AL-3000/3100/3000m and still have alot of money left over http://www.rondomusic.com
#4
Quote by Briddell
I have seen one played and it sounded better than the studio/

define better. i'm just saying it's a different beast.
#5
Quote by mrmarc772
it is not comparable to a regular les paul. It has no maple top and is thus much darker sounding it also has a different finish and more then likely crap pups... imo try agile instead, you could get an AL-3000/3100/3000m and still have alot of money left over http://www.rondomusic.com


You're correct about the lack of a maple cap and the lesser finish but the pups are actually Burstbucker Pros. This information is readily available on the net.
#6
Well yeah but I would rather take advice from people who have played it first hand.
#8
I have played them before and there is something about them I just dont like. Maybe it is because I am a guitar snob and wont play anything but Fender and Gibson......who knows. Plus Gibson usually holds its value for many many years.
#9
i played when before i got my gibson les paul studio swamp ash and didn't that the brustbuckers. they just didn;t sound good to me but i suggest going to play it to seee if YOU like how it sounds.