#1
Basically, gibson les pauls seem to be the way to go with the music I play. However, there are so many models :S the traditional, the standard, the new 08 models, the 60's necks - and so on and so forth. Basically, would anyone care to explain the differences between these beautiful guitars?
Many thanks.
#4
The Studios, are pretty bad for the price, used they're not bad if you find a good one.

The Standard/Classic/Custom are all great models, but imo are extremely overpriced for what they are.

50's neck = fat

60's neck = thin

Newer production Les Pauls are chambered, meaning a lot of the wood has been cut out inside the body to where it's pretty much a semi-hollow guitar. This reduces the weight, the heavy weight is what gave the guitar its well-known sound.


Les Pauls are nice guitars, but are too much for what they are imo. Because of that, I bought an Edwards Les Paul last week and it is far superior to any Studio I've played and easily on par, if not better, than the Standards, for 1/3 the price.
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#7
i personally love the 60s neck on my epiphone.
im about to completely over hall her, change the wiring and pots and stuff, the nut and stuff ill make a thread before i do tough.
#8
Okay thanks to all the posts.
Especially to the musicians friend les paul guide - woah very helpful.