I have 2010 Worn brown model. Mahogany cap and BB pickups. My neck feel very smooth so I guess it comes down to the individuality of each guitar. I would say keep looking, cause they are very nice guitars if you find one that connects with you.
I think I would go with tone over feel. Your hands can adjust to the neck as long as it's not crazy. Sometimes tone is one of those intangible things that is just inherent in a guitar and even changing pickups might not replicate it.
Very nice. I'm kinda torn between which Alpine White to get myself. They have one with gold at a GC near me. But I also like the chrome/nickel hardware. I really like what you've done with your guitar. My PRS has gold hardware and it looks great. Hmmmmm...........decisions. Either way, it's sweet.
My Studio is my first and only Les Paul. Matter of fact, it's the reason I'm even on this site. I have some other nice guitars, but the studio opened my eyes to life with a Les Paul. It's the first guitar I grab now and has me seriously thinking of adding another LP to my collection. I would not...
Being a guy who just recently got into the Les Paul model, I have to say I kind of agree with the OP. It's pretty confusing with all the different LP models. I'm slowly beginning to "get it", but it's really hard to tell the difference between some model except for price. Traditional...
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Congrats and good luck on finding that dream guitar!!!