Gibson Les Paul Standard '60s Guitars
Original '60s Les Paul guitars are highly sought-after and expensive. However, Gibson's Les Paul Standard '60s models truly hearken back to the instruments from this golden era in the company's history, providing old-school fans with nostalgic tones.
Equipped with Burstbucker 61 pickups for authentic Alnico V-powered sounds, Gibson Les Paul Standard '60s guitars also feature Slim Taper neck profiles for a more manageable feel - sure to appeal to both traditional and contemporary players. Aesthetic appointments include gorgeous AA Maple tops, time-honoured trapezoid inlays and classy binding around their necks and bodies.
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Gibson Les Paul Standard 60s FAQs
What's the difference between a Les Paul Standard 50s and 60s?
The Les Paul Standard 60s has hotter Alnico V pickups than the 50s Alnico II pickups for a more powerful and aggressive sound. The 60s model also has a thinner neck shape and reflector knobs.
Is a Gibson Les Paul Standard worth it?
That's subjective, but the Les Paul Standard is Gibson's flagship guitar and an iconic model. There are many emulations of the classic look and sound, but if you want the real deal you've got to go for a Les Paul Standard.
What's the difference between a Gibson Les Paul Standard and Classic?
The Les Paul Classic has a weight-relieved body, a plain maple top, uncovered pickups, and PCB electronics that feature coil-tap, phase, and pure bypass modes. The Les Paul Standard is more traditional with hand-wired electronics, a flame maple top, covered pickups, no weight-relief, and no push-pull electronics.
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