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Guitares électriques GIBSON LES PAUL SIGNATURE T GOLD SERIES ALPINE WHITE BURST Single cut
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Corps : Acajou avec défonce Traditional weight relief Table : Sculpte, rable flamm, qualit AA Manche : Acajou, profil '60s Slim taper Touche : Palissandre , incrustations trapzes Accastillage : dor, Cordier Stopbar et chevalet TuneoMatic, mcaniques a blocage Grover lectronique : 2 micros 57 classics, sans capot, 2 volumes avec Push/Pull pour splitter les micros en simple bobinage, 2 tonalits et 1 slecteur 3 positions. Plastiques : crmes Notes spciales : cache TrussRod T Livre en tuiLivré en étui
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Enter the T series. This guitar embodies everything I've been looking for: '60s slim neck, reduced-weight body, locking tuners, higher output PAF-style pickups, a flame maple top, and a price close to $2K or less brand new out of the box. While the gold version brings the price up a bit, I felt it was worth it. The addition of push/pull coil splitting provides even greater flexibility in tone.
This guitar plays great. While I'm accustomed to the unfinished necks on my Ernie Ball Music Man models, I don't feel like this neck is too "grippy". The playability and action is smooth along the full length and the slimmer profile is comfortable even over long sessions. I played a four hour gig this past Saturday night and didn't even bother to bring out my other guitar when we switched to a different tuning. I was feeling this one so much that I just tuned down and kept going. I have no doubt now that this will become a stage regular for me. I'm not saying it's better than my EBMMs, but it does stand shoulder to shoulder with them and that's saying something in my opinion. I absolutely love the MM Petrucci models and any guitar that can hang with them is impressive to me.
I was a little nervous about making this purchase online, but it arrived in perfect condition in the box...new smell and all, looking sweet in that vintage sunburst that is just dark enough at the edges without going black. The binding is flawless, the granadillo fretboard is a bit lighter in color than rosewood, but it looks great to me. I like the fact that they just did a stain and finished the back, rather than painting it over like I've seen on so many LPs - the mahogany is nice and should not be covered up.
Intonation, action, and so on was good and I made no adjustments outside of a string change before going live with it. The action is a bit higher than the MMs, but it feels good and I'll probably leave it alone for a while.
To sum up, I'm very happy with this guitar. This is exactly what I've been looking for in a Les Paul and it has renewed my faith in Gibson. I checked the born-on date and found it to be February 8th of this year - made at the Nashville plant. I'd like to say thank you to everyone there!