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Les Paul Studio one of Gibson's "most desired"
Using high-grade woods is a major factor in the guitar's success, Gibson suggested, claiming "unparalleled clarity and bite" can be created on chords due to the rosewood and ebony construction of the 22-fret fingerboard.
The carefully-designed chambers inside the nearly 25-year-old instrument are also a plus point, with Gibson stating that "the results are comfortable, lightweight guitars that are acoustically louder, with increased sustain and resonance".
A reviewer on Ultimate-Guitar.com gave the instrument a rating of 9.3 out of ten, with 9.7 awarded for sound quality.Posted on 27 Mar 2009 11:47 to category : Instruments News
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