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Discussion in 'Historics & Reissues' started by BostonGuitar, Feb 2, 2009.
Which is THE best sounding Les Paul in existence???
The one Roman Is building me!!! Old mahogany, Brazilian Rosewood, And Redwood! OW!!!! Custom redone WB pickups!
this is an impossible question however from those guitars i picked pearly it is a magical sounding guitar to me.
im gunna say beano, mostly becuase i know Erics ears are better than mine and it really took him some time to find the "perfect les paul" sucks that its stolen!! BASTARDS!!
it is subjective, but for me its Mark Knopfler's '58 Burst.
depends on the person hearing it..what i like might be utter tone drivvle to the next guy.
Hence the reason for a poll.
It is subjective, bruhthah!!!
P.S. this poll allows MULTIPLE choices from each voter...
ok then i'l play!
im going to vote gary moore's les paul
Ya left out Toy Caldwell's LP. I ain't votin'!
The one that hasn't been unearthed yet!
Mine is not on the list, so I will have to Green/Moore burst!
My 2004 R0.I thought everyone knew that
I think depends in what mood I'm in. Most days I'd go for JP's #1, but you have omitted Paul Kossoff's burst so that would be up there. Then again I can't resist Greenies or EC's Beano either.
Don't suppose that as helped much.
My Fartburst sounds pretty good to me ...
Kossoff was the one on my list that just missed the cut. I LOVE the tone of that Lester. Check out youtube for a live tv studio version from the Marquee of "All Right Now". THICK
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I would have to vote for Knopfler's 58 as well, and as he's not on the list...
1958-Reissue with the thick neck
Gibson’s legendary Burstbucker pickups deliver all the subtle variations of true, classic humbucker tone by using historically “unmatched” bobbin windings and Alnico II magnets.
Other historical appointments include CTS potentiometers, bumble bee capacitors,
Peter Green's/Gary Moore's Burst