2013 Gibson Les Paul Standard in beautiful condition. Comes with Gibson Hardshell Case, Burstbucker Pro pickups, Grover locking tuners. Guitar has only seen very light playing. Weighs just under 8.5lbs. The Les Paul Standard 2013 follows the same formula as the most beloved Les Pauls of all time.The guitar shows off its looks with a Grade-AA figured maple top. The marriage of solid maple top and mahogany back, treated to Gibsons new modern weight relief pattern for improved comfort and enhanced resonance, provides a blend of richness, depth, punch, and clarity that no single-wood guitar can provide. A solid, quarter-sawn mahogany neck is carved in a new asymmetrical version of the popular 60s profile, making it one of the most appealing necks Gibson has ever produced, and its topped with a bound rosewood fingerboard with a superbly playable compound radius thats rounder down in the open chord positions and flatter up in the lead zone.
Classic Gibson constructional elements ensure the new Les Paul Standard plays just like the greatest Standards ever, with traditional specs like a 24 ¾ scale length, and a 1 11/16 width across the PLEK-cut Corian nut. The new Les Paul Standards real surprises lurk in its upgraded pickups and extremely clever wiring and control setup.A pair of BurstBucker Pro pickups follow the blueprint for Gibsons hallowed PAF humbuckers of the late 50s, but are updated with potted coils for howl-free performance at high volumes, and four-conductor wiring that allows for incredible versatility. The innovative pairing of a locking TonePros Tune-o-Matic bridge and Stopbar tailpiece ensures solid sustain and precise intonation, while a set of high-quality locking Grover kidney-button tuners ensures smooth, accurate tuning. The item "Gibson Les Paul Standard 2013" is in sale since Saturday, March 11, 2017. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars". The seller is "marrakeshtrader" and is located in Easton, Connecticut. This item can be shipped to United States.