My Les Paul Forum

Les Paul Guitar Forum. Gibson and Epiphone

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I’ve never seen a Goldtop green this way. Just awful.
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Some things to look out for before buying a vintage Les Paul guitar.
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After missing last year’s show, Gibson is back with a vengeance! Yes, it’s made mistakes in the past, but this company looks like it’s about to rectify them.
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I started a build thread for my first two guitar builds about FIVE years ago, and wound up shelving the project indefinitely. I am glad that I did that because in the interim I made several awesome pieces of furniture, acquired a bunch of new tools, and honed my woodworking skills.
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I don't know if i'm crazy or not, but to me heavier guitars sound fuller and thicker. The lighter and thinner the guitar was physically, the thinner it sounded to me.
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I can cover all my visual desires with these. What do you dream your guitar(s) will look like?
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A customer of mine sent me two 1950’s P-90 LP’s for conversions. Both guitars have issues but with some TLC will make great player old wood guitars.
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Noticed something odd with the “Les Paul Model” screenprint on the headstock. Looks like they didn’t like the original placement, so they just sprayed black over it and tried again.
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Gibson Custom Category Product Specialist Mat Koehler just posted this on his Instagram. New logo, new placement and new shade of gold for 2019. Cool!
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Even trough the shitty laptop speakers the 50's sounded so much clearer. Always thought that the bridge played a part but not this much. Any thoughts?