Hello everybody! I have posted about this guitar and how I added a Poker chip to it but then I realised I did not do a NGD post so, here is my new baby: I have attached many pics with and without flash so you can check the color depending on different lighting configuration. I am more of a Telecaster guy but always liked the Les Paul guitars. I had an Epiphone Les Paul Tribute Plus before this one that I sold after a while cause it did not really suit my needs back then but now I got this Gibson and I must say I am pretty satisfied with it. The only gripe I have is about the neck and fretboard junction, there seems to be a slight gap that I can feel when I hold the neck in my hand and it's not really feeling like a good job from Gibson. I know it's not a high end model but I remember my Epiphone being flawless and much better finished for a cheaper price. Here are some macro pics of the neck. I read that it can be a common problem with some Gibson necks especially with bindings but I couldn't find a workaround for this situation. Except this minor finish problem, the guitar looks good, sounds awesome and feels nice to play. It sustains for hours compared to my Telecaster standard US but clean sounds are a bit more harsh than with the Tele. I feel like it has more bite and more raw power compared to the Epiphone I had. Might be because of the mapple neck. I've also bought a set of pick-up covers but it seems that it's harder to install them than I thought (wax potting etc...) not sure if I will do it myself or ask a pro to do it for me. (any tips are welcome too) I was hesitating between this one and the Gibson Les Paul Tribute 2017 or an Epiphone Les Paul Custom. I just wish this one had block inlays instead of dots but I like the more glossy finish of the neck and top. Let me know guys what you think about that guitar and if you have any tips about how I could fix the neck I am all ears!