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Gibson USA Les Paul Standard 2016 T Electric Guitar - Tea Burst £1225.98 (save 40%) @ amazon.co.uk
Gibson USA Les Paul Standard 2016 T Electric Guitar - Tea Burst £1225.98 (save 40%) @ amazon.co.uk

Gibson USA Les Paul Standard 2016 T Electric Guitar - Tea Burst £1225.98 (save 40%) @ amazon.co.uk

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A luxury gibson les paul for the guitar gods out there (or just rich people).

I can't afford it but it's certainly a decent reduction!

This price for the 'tea burst' finish only.

Carved plain or grade-aaa maple top and mahogany back with modern weight relief

Traditionally cut graph tech nut

Thick, dark, one-piece rosewood fingerboard with trapezoid inlays

Two burstbucker pro pickups which have coil splitting

Locking grover tuners provide good performance with a traditional look

16 Comments

Really good price, oh so tempted, I'm sure my wife would break my legs but I don't need legs to play guitar

On the other hand I really fancy a high performance version rather than traditional
Edited by: "Underdog19" 16th Dec 2016

Really nice guitar at a good price - I got mine in 2004 for this price & I know prices have shot up to over £1800+ for the standard. Have some heat!

Wouldn't be caught dead with one of these myself but if this is the kind of axe that you like then this is pretty good deal..

heat for a decent guitar deal alone

Wouldn't be caught dead with one of these myself but if this is the kind of axe that you like then this is pretty good deal..

heat for a decent guitar deal alone

Mathaeus

Wouldn't be caught dead with one of these myself but if this is the kind … Wouldn't be caught dead with one of these myself but if this is the kind of axe that you like then this is pretty good deal.. heat for a decent guitar deal alone



You wouldn't be caught dead with one of the most iconic guitars ever but are fine using the term axe to describe a guitar in public?

Underdog19

You wouldn't be caught dead with one of the most iconic guitars ever but … You wouldn't be caught dead with one of the most iconic guitars ever but are fine using the term axe to describe a guitar in public?



Short answer: Yes.
Long answer: Yes I'm fine using ANY term in public! Not that this is really 'in public' however.. but my point was that if this was your kind of guitar you would probably refer to it as your 'axe' and yes it is one of the most iconic guitars of all time and yes they are great guitars if this is your thing and yes I wouldn't be caught dead with one..

Mathaeus

Short answer: Yes.Long answer: Yes I'm fine using ANY term in public! Not … Short answer: Yes.Long answer: Yes I'm fine using ANY term in public! Not that this is really 'in public' however.. but my point was that if this was your kind of guitar you would probably refer to it as your 'axe' and yes it is one of the most iconic guitars of all time and yes they are great guitars if this is your thing and yes I wouldn't be caught dead with one..




Hmmmm... I thought guitars were played for their sound not fashion style? Maybe this is what is wrong with music today?


Are you in a boy 'band'?

Mathaeus

Short answer: Yes.Long answer: Yes I'm fine using ANY term in public! Not … Short answer: Yes.Long answer: Yes I'm fine using ANY term in public! Not that this is really 'in public' however.. but my point was that if this was your kind of guitar you would probably refer to it as your 'axe' and yes it is one of the most iconic guitars of all time and yes they are great guitars if this is your thing and yes I wouldn't be caught dead with one..


No one cares whether you like it or not. Clear off if you are not interested.

Mathaeus

Wouldn't be caught dead with one of these myself but if this is the kind … Wouldn't be caught dead with one of these myself but if this is the kind of axe that you like then this is pretty good deal.. heat for a decent guitar deal alone


a view so poor you had to post it twice...

I'd rather buy from a guitar shop, just so I actually play it before parting with my cash.
Good price though.

sircoynie

Are you in a boy 'band'?



I see Mathaeus more as a Ukulele chap
Edited by: "cb-uk" 17th Dec 2016

Mathaeus

Short answer: Yes.Long answer: Yes I'm fine using ANY term in public! Not … Short answer: Yes.Long answer: Yes I'm fine using ANY term in public! Not that this is really 'in public' however.. but my point was that if this was your kind of guitar you would probably refer to it as your 'axe' and yes it is one of the most iconic guitars of all time and yes they are great guitars if this is your thing and yes I wouldn't be caught dead with one..



I'm fascinated!!!! Why exactly wouldn't you be caught dead with one?????

all gone at that price cracking deal for a solid guitar

stevain

I'd rather buy from a guitar shop, just so I actually play it before … I'd rather buy from a guitar shop, just so I actually play it before parting with my cash.Good price though.


I hate guitar shops myself, I've played for 25 years and yet to find a guitar shop I find comfortable. Ordered a lot of guitars online, I've only ever returned one. Also some huge savings to be made from Amazon on Gibson guitars, this time last year I got a yellow Les Paul junior for £230

Underdog19

I hate guitar shops myself, I've played for 25 years and yet to find a … I hate guitar shops myself, I've played for 25 years and yet to find a guitar shop I find comfortable. Ordered a lot of guitars online, I've only ever returned one. Also some huge savings to be made from Amazon on Gibson guitars, this time last year I got a yellow Les Paul junior for £230



Same here but sunburst. Still can't believe I bought a genuine Gibson with a hard case for £230.

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