Gibson Les Paul Studio

(1 customer review)


Get the classic Les Paul tone with the Gibson Les Paul Studio, the perfect combination of vintage style and modern innovation.



As one of the more popular electric guitars in the market, the Gibson Les Paul Studio has been around since 1983. It initially came out as a streamlined version of the Gibson Les Paul Standard, and over the years, it has become a staple in many guitarists’ collections.

The Gibson Les Paul Studio features a solid mahogany body that makes it durable and perfect for long-playing sessions. Its top has a carved maple cap, which makes it stand out from other Les Paul models that have a flat top. The guitar also has a set-in mahogany neck with a 24.75-inch scale length, which is the typical length for most Les Paul models.

One of the defining features of the Gibson Les Paul Studio is its pickups. It has two high-output humbucker pickups that produce a warm and full-bodied sound. The guitar’s tone control knobs, which include individual volume and tone knobs for each pickup, help shape its sound even further.

The Gibson Les Paul Studio also has a Tune-O-Matic bridge and stop-bar tailpiece, which help enhance the sustain and resonance of the guitar. The guitar’s playability is further enhanced by its slim taper neck profile, which makes it easy to move up and down the fingerboard.

The finish of the Gibson Les Paul Studio is also something to marvel at. It comes in a variety of classic colors such as Ebony, Alpine White, and Wine Red. The guitar’s finish is smooth, and the wood grain is clearly visible, giving the guitar a rustic yet sleek look.

Overall, the Gibson Les Paul Studio electric guitar is an excellent choice for guitarists who are looking for a quality guitar at an affordable price. It has all the Les Paul features that players love, from the thick and warm sound to the comfortable playability, and it’s a great option for anyone looking to step up their guitar game.

Gibson Les Paul Studio properties

Product name Les Paul Studio
Brand Gibson
Type String Instruments
String Instruments Electric Guitar
Built-in Microphone Yes

Additional information


Product type

String Instruments

Built-in Microphone

1 review for Gibson Les Paul Studio

  1. Trebuhet

    The sound is comparable to the original Gibson – I personally checked this squier versus fender for over $ 1000, it sounds good and loud from the “board” but unfortunately the performance, durability is a tragedy. The tremolo detuns, the e1 string can get caught on the threshold, the switch for the good morning pickups needs to be replaced, carefully adjusting the neck, because the tip of the screw immediately crumbles. It is good for beginners or as a backup during concerts.

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