Les Paul Traditional Plus is one of the finest vintage-styled LPs out there. It belongs to the Gibson USA division and it features some of the best and most popular vintage-styled appointments. Body is solid and features vintage contours. It`s made of mahogany back with flamed maple top. Creme binding, plastic pickguard and set in neck joint complete the body. A total of six color options are available for this model. Five Sunburst options and one solid color. They`re all finished in high gloss. Bridge section is a standard one, as it is comprised of a tune-o-matic in the front and a stoptail in the back. Classic `57 humbuckers are featured in the front. Set mahogany neck is topped with a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard.
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I just bought a new Les Paul Traditional Plus Lightburst and I absolutely love it!!!! I tried a 57 reissue, 58 reissue, 08 Standard and 3 different Traditional Plus' b/f I took this one home. I thought this traditional sounded better and played better than the 57 and 58, believe it or not. I really liked the 08 Standard, but for the price, the Traditional was the way to go. Really the only thing that I liked better about the 08 Standard were the Burstbucker Pro pickups. They had a little bit more bite than the 57's, but that is something that can be changed out if need be. The 08 Standard is a great guitar, even though it is chambered. I really liked it, but the Traditional played just as good. The main factor that made me lean towards the Traditional was the price (about $400 cheaper!!) and that it felt like a better built instrument. Les Pauls' are supposed to be heavy in my book. It all boils down to the player and what is important to you. If you plug it in, it sounds good, feels good and you have the cash to drop, then go for it. In my opinion, go play the Standard and Traditional. Figure out what you like and dislike about both, and then make your decision. In my opinon, both are badass guitars and either way, you cant go wrong!!!! Ive been gigging for about 18 yrs and I have played some nice Les Pauls. These two are both killer guitars. Hope this helps.....
Gibson Les Paul Traditional Plus 3.91 out of 5 based on 108 ratings
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