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Hey guys. I bought a Gibson Les Paul Studio 8 years ago. What is the difference between "Studios" and "standards" and all other high end models. I know the obvious reasons such as the quality/grade of wood that is used (AAAA, AAA, AA). The Les Paul Supreme is $5,190 and it is AAAA wood. So gorgeous. And I know the pick ups affect the price too, but I don't think that those reasons alone justify such an increase in price (to a Standard). Anyone know?
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#3
I also would like to know that... and how come they make several types of same type guitars just add a "special" or "studio" in it. For example there are like 6 types of telecasters.
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#4
some have differences in hardware, differences in controls available. There are a bunch of really small reasons where the only way u can tell is 2 compare a features list side by side
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Hey guys. I bought a Gibson Les Paul Studio 8 years ago. What is the difference between "Studios" and "standards" and all other high end models. I know the obvious reasons such as the quality/grade of wood that is used (AAAA, AAA, AA). The Les Paul Supreme is $5,190 and it is AAAA wood. So gorgeous. And I know the pick ups affect the price too, but I don't think that those reasons alone justify such an increase in price (to a Standard). Anyone know?


there is no way in the world i would pay $5000 for a guitar.
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there is no way in the world i would pay $5000 for a guitar.


You must not have the money!
Coz I sure as hell would


And I've often wondered the difference also
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