Back in 1980s Gibson introduced the Studio tier in order to step into the budget friendly segment of the market. It quickly proved that Studio was one of the best moves in Gibson history. Studio retained a big portion of elegance and style Standard and Custom had, but came at a much lower price. Tone of the Studio was also magnificent. Today`s Studios follow the same recipe. Les Paul Studio is even more stripped down variant made for players who like worn looks and prefer performance over luxury. Mahogany back is topped with a plain maple top and paired with a mahogany neck. set in neck is equipped with the classic '50s contour in the back and it`s topped with a standard 22-fret fingerboard made of rosewood.
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