Is buying a 2015 Les Paul Traditional with Robotuners worth it?

wmachine

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..................but not even close to a baseball neck like the 2015's to my hands.
It is more that just wide, it is indeed a bat thick neck! Coupled with no weight relief makes it one huge chunk of wood and it sings! Lots of other plusses too including thicker fretboard, real MOP inlays, titanium bridge, had wired, and probably most importantly '59 Tribute pups.
Tuners are an easy swap if you don't like the originals.


 

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"I was going to try the new 2015 Les Paul out, but 747s kept landing on the fret board." - (Member CRFyou)
 

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I wouldn’t do it. Had one and it sucked. No robo tuners for me.
 

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It is more that just wide, it is indeed a bat thick neck! Coupled with no weight relief makes it one huge chunk of wood and it sings! Lots of other plusses too including thicker fretboard, real MOP inlays, titanium bridge, had wired, and probably most importantly '59 Tribute pups.
Tuners are an easy swap if you don't like the originals.


sure is purty...
 


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