Gibson Les Paul Custom Silverburst
Gibson Les Paul Custom Silverburst

Les Paul Custom Silverburst, Chitarra Corpo tipo Les Paul from Gibson in the Les Paul series.

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iamqman 16/12/2011

Gibson Les Paul Custom Silverburst : Recensione di iamqman (content in English)

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The Gibson Les Paul guitar has to be probably one of my favorite if not my favorite guitar in the world. It has such a great for sound and tone that is pretty much unmatched with any other instrument on the planet. It has a certain unique soul to it that just feels good when you play it and is helps inspiring music with. This is the custom shop silver burst guitar which in my opinion looks kind of hokey to me. I've never really been a fan of the silver burst Gibson instruments because they look a little out of place in my opinion.


Body Species: Mahogany
Top Species: Carved maple
Back Species: Mahogany
Binding: Custom top binding - White

Species: Mahogany
Profile: 1960s slim taper
Peghead Pitch: 17°
Nut Width: 1.695"

Species: Ebony
Scale Length: 243/4"
Number of Frets: 22
Inlays: Pearloid Trapazoids
Fingerboard Binding: White

Plating Finish: Chrome
Tailpiece: Stopbar
Bridge: Tune-o-matic
Knobs: Black speed
Machine Heads (Tuners): Grover keystone

Neck Pickup: ’57 Classic
Bridge Pickup: ’57 Classic Plus
Controls: 2 volume, 2 tone, 3-way switch


This guitar sounds and feels like any other Gibson you've probably played. It carries a specific tone that is only a Gibson Les Paul guitar. It's nice thick and meaty which allows many players to use a load of distortion very easily. These guitars don't clean up that well so if you're playing it with a nice clean Fender amplifier then you're not really going to get that sparkly tone that you would get out of a lighter body wood. This is a great guitar for someone who really likes to silverburst. I know that some professional artists like a silver bursts such as the guy from the band Tool.


This guitars are great sounding and if you can find one for under $3000 then I would say grab it. If you are a fan of the band tool than you would probably like this guitar as well. Other than that I would suggest going with a gold top which is actually my favorite Gibson Les Paul guitar. Overall though you pretty much cannot go wrong with any Gibson Les Paul guitar.