This elegant double-cut is an intermediate level Les Paul model. It features the standard construction, moderate decorations and modern Les Paul tone. Body is made of chambered mahogany back and plain maple top. This combo is present in Gibson catalog since the beginning, but it was quickly replaced by mahogany/flame maple combo. Plain maple top remained in use primarily with affordable LPs. Top is carved and bound in creme binding. Ebony with nitrocellulose lacquer finish is the only color scheme available for this model. Neck is made of mahogany and it features the '60s slim taper contour. On it`s top, there`s a 22-fret fingerboard made of rosewood. Pickups on this double-cut LP are Burstbucker Pro humbuckers. Both are active and have chrome-plated covers.
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Gibson Les Paul Double Cutaway Plain Top 4.40 out of 5 based on 19 ratings
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