Les Paul is one of the most versatile guitars ever in regards of color palette variations. Since the 1952 and Ebony and Goldtop color schemes, LP models have featured dozens upon dozens of various different burst color patterns, solid and faded colors. Time has finally come for LP show us the true colors of maple, mahogany and rosewood. Raw and untouched beauty of the natural wood grain is truly a sight to see. For 2014, Gibson USA has prepared for us the magnificent The Les Paul All Wood. All Wood is a solid and single-cut guitar with all of the classic ingredients. Base of the body is made of mahogany, while the top is made of maple. Also, creme binding and nitrocellulose finish over both the top and base are there. Chrome-plated tune-o-matic bridge and stoptail bar are installed on the top. Classic `57 humbuckers are featured in the bridge and neck positions and give this marvel the classic LP tone. Two volume knobs, two tone knobs and the three-way toggle pickup switch comprise the controls. Set in neck is made of flamed maple and features the standard 22-fret rosewood fingerboard on top. The Less Paul All Wood MSRP is set at $3,499.
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