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Guitares électriques GIBSON LPJ CHOCOLATE LOW GLOSS SATIN Electriques pour gauchers
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Voici la nouvelle production Gibson!Fabriquée comme ses grandes soeurs : avec un corps en acajou surmonté d'une table en érable afin d'apporter plus de clarté et de sustain.Ce nouveau modèle a tout d'une grande malgré son petit prix.Fabriquée à Nashville, TENESSEECORPS Acajou avec défonce Traditional weight reliefTABLE Érable sculptéeMANCHE ErableProfil: Profil 50'S rondJonction manche/corps à la 16ème caseTOUCHE Palissandre Diapason: 628,6 mm (24 3/4)Nombre de frettes: 22 Largeur au sillet de tête: 42,8 mm (1 11/16)Repères de touches nacrés type «Trapèzes»ACCASTILLAGE ChromeCordier: StopbarChevalet: TuneomaticBoutons: type «Black Speed»ELECTRONIQUEmicros 490R & 498T avec capots noirsContrôles: 2 volumes, 2 tonalités, sélecteur micros 3 positionsPlastiques : noirs, (pas de Pickguard)Cordes: Brite Wires (tirant: .010.046)Livrée en GigBagLivré en housse
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
The gig bag that it comes with is actually very nice. Very padded. However, I still opted to buy a Gibson hard case.
Only other negative I could say is that I ordered this when all the winter storms were going on, and it shipped from Pennsylvania. When it arrived (in Florida), the frets on the edge of the guitar were protruding just slightly enough to make it hard to pick up the guitar by the neck without it feeling like it was cutting me. No doubt this was due to the cold dry air shrinking the fretboard. After a couple days in 40-50% humidity and applying some Fret Doctor, the fretboard is fine now. I would say just be aware of how much humidity can impact a guitar, and that it doesn't mean that there's something wrong with it when you get it.
One other note: I was looking into swapping out the pickup covers with chrome ones. With these particular pickups, you can't just swap out the cover like most humbuckers, because they built the height control into the plastic. You would have to add the bracket to the pickup and then add a chrome cover. However, after researching what people said on the interwebs, the pickups do not have the metal posts that would stick through the holes on a Gibson chrome cover. So in essence if you want that classic chrome Gibson pickup look, you would have to buy all new pickups. Wasn't worth it for me. Guitar still looks solid as is.
All in all, absolute steal of a deal for a great guitar.
This is the 2013 version as the 2014 version apparently ditched us lefties which is a shame because I prefer the zebra pickups in the 2014 version, however the hardware of this guitar is nice and the weight feels good. Some complain it is too heavy, but I like the weight. The cherry satin is nice finish. I like the flat, no frills finish. I did have to get this set up at a local guitar shop as it was a mess out of the box, but that is to be expected. It has low action, no buzz, and seems to tune well and stay tuned (so far).
As a lefty, it is difficult to get your hand on a guitar and play it prior to purchase. Most of us have to settle for online purchases. At the end of the day, a guitar is a preference and personal statement. I will say that I am pleased with the purchase and feel this guitar was worth the 430.00 I paid for it. Your mileage may vary.
- US made. Same construction than studios but without finish.
- Very heavy. May be a bit too much
- Thin plastic pickup covers are and look cheap
- The nuts on the gear head were rattling when bought.
I have seen the LPJ 2104 at a local guitar store and it seems they fixed the issues of the LPJ 2013, the simple satin finish looks better in the 14's and the pick up covers look better as well. It also has a nicer inlay.