Gibson Les Paul Standard T Electric Guitar Review

By September 22, 2016Music
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Wood: Rosewood, Mahogany, and Maple is the perfect combination of woods for the best beginner electric guitar. Not only will the wood last for years to come, a rosewood fretboard is smooth to play.
Bridge System: The perfect choice for a beginner, a Tune-o-matic bridge system is lightweight and the lock/tone stopbar system helps to produce a better tone.
Pickups: Throughout time, Gibson has created the best pickups that move the entire industry forward. After developing the first humbucker pickup back in 1955, the Burstbucker Pro pickups were created to recreate the classic tone of original pickups.
Fingerboard: The neck has a Slim Taper profile great for those just starting out, while the fingerboard has a compound radius for easy chording down low and unbridled bending up high.
Weight: Weighing in at only 8.8 lbs, this beginner electric guitar is perfectly lightweight for even young learners thanks to modern lightweight technology.

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Karen Y. was said to have been singing and dancing in the womb. While that may not be true, her passion for music has existed since she can remember. Name an instrument and she’s played it. Name a genre and she loves it. There’s no type of music to which she can’t play or listen.