Gibson Les Paul Studio Faded - Worn Brown Reviews
At 9 year old, I studied guitar for 2 years and disappointingly stopped! My 2 favorite guitars were a fender strat and Gibson les Paul traditional. Now 30 years later I decided to start over. Being a novice I didn't want to rush into the Gibson traditional until I felt good enough as a player to justify spending 2 to 4 thousand on a guitar.
I came across the studio at guitar class because another student was selling it, I fell in love with it and the price was 800. But another student had first choice and bought it. So I surfed the web and found one at gear nuts!
I love it and highly recommend this guitar to both novice and experts whom can't or can spend the money on a traditional!
A beautiful looking and sounding guitar that you won't be disappointed!
this guitar has a 50s style neck witch makes is a slower paced musical insterment and it dose not have binding on the guitar but hey that is why they called it the studio, you care more about sound than looks and speaking of sound this thing screams!
Single-cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar with Carved Maple Top, Mahohgany Body, and Burstbucker Pro Pickups - Worn Brown