Gibson USA Les Paul Studio 2016 T Electric Guitar - Pehlam Blue £690.21 (save £40%) [Prime member exclusive] @ amazon.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Gibson USA Les Paul Studio 2016 T Electric Guitar - Pehlam Blue £690.21 (save £40%) [Prime member exclusive] @ amazon.co.uk

£690.21 @ Amazon
Another cracking gibson guitar deal at amazon. This time, the Gibson USA Les Paul Studio 2016 T Electric Guitar in Pehlam Blue (other finishes are considerably more expensive Save 42% on the rrp…
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
Another cracking gibson guitar deal at amazon.

This time, the Gibson USA Les Paul Studio 2016 T Electric Guitar in Pehlam Blue (other finishes are considerably more expensive

Save 42% on the rrp!

Comes with a hard case too.
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
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#1
great price - shame about the colour
1 Like #2
I really like the colour even though it's more a fender colour.
#3
Good price.
6 Likes #4
Slightly cheaper here (£599) for a different colour and you can pay it up over 9 or 12 months at 0%

HERE

AND HERE

£499 HERE

Edited By: LM290 on Dec 19, 2016 10:11
#5
LM290
Slightly cheaper here (£599) for a different colour and you can pay it up over 9 or 12 months at 0% HEREAND HERE£499 HERE
Those are Studio faded models - RRP is almost half the price of the one on offer here
#6
colin10086
LM290
Slightly cheaper here (£599) for a different colour and you can pay it up over 9 or 12 months at 0% HEREAND HERE£499 HERE
Those are Studio faded models - RRP is almost half the price of the one on offer here

perhaps - but at 499 - that is a stonking price for a Gibby
#7
love the colour - shame i can't afford it or play well enough to justify it yet - lol

Edited By: nealgs on Dec 19, 2016 10:59
7 Likes #8
nealgs
love the colour - shame i can't afford it or play well enough to justify it yet - lol


​I've 6 guitars and can't play well enough to justify any of them.
Buy it!
#9
colin10086
LM290
Slightly cheaper here (£599) for a different colour and you can pay it up over 9 or 12 months at 0% HEREAND HERE£499 HERE
Those are Studio faded models - RRP is almost half the price of the one on offer here

Apologies, I thought the 'faded' referred to the colour finish.
#10
I'm not sure I'm a fan of the blue all over, much prefer them with a coloured top and then wood as the main body/back. Good deal though, although shouldn't it be £770 as you can't get it without Prime... ;)
2 Likes #11
Magoo_222
I'm not sure I'm a fan of the blue all over, much prefer them with a coloured top and then wood as the main body/back. Good deal though, although shouldn't it be £770 as you can't get it without Prime... ;)
You can subscribe to Prime for one month only so add seven quid or so to the price. :{
#12
Looks like at least £150 saving on the other models, maybe that would cover the cost of respraying a preferred colour?
#13
Had it been Inverness Green, I'd have snapped it up. Great deal nonetheless!
#14
deal and a half just wish they could do the same with some drums
#15
Anyone know how these guitars are for heavier rock type stuff?

I spent about 7 years teaching myself on a cheap fender strat copy - stopped playing ten years ago when I broke a finger and it frustrated me to continue.

Would love to pick things back up, I'm not much past beginner really. My musical tastes are heavier now.
1 Like #16
Cripes! So many Gibsons at low prices.

BazingaBen
Anyone know how these guitars are for heavier rock type stuff?
I spent about 7 years teaching myself on a cheap fender strat copy - stopped playing ten years ago when I broke a finger and it frustrated me to continue.
Would love to pick things back up, I'm not much past beginner really. My musical tastes are heavier now.

The Gibson Les Paul is the typical Led Zep et al signature, thick, heavy rock sound. I got a Gibson SG after years of Fender Tele and Strat playing. It squeals like a good 'un when overdriven and sounds great for blues and jazz. I realised later how I loved Robbie Krieger of The Doors and Alice Cooper's early guitarists who used SGs so extensively - must have been a subconscious choice.

I suggest you watch a few youtube comparisons - there are a plethora. You will find the viewers ask about the amp setup, with good reason, as what you feed it through will account for a large part of the sound.

The good thing with Amazon is you can return with no quibble. I'm sorely tempted by the low priced returns on Gibsons. Whatever you chose, enjoy! It's not a chore, it's fun!
#17
You sure you mean Peckham Blue?

http://i.imgur.com/DKNDlXj.jpg

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