2016 Gibson Les Paul Studio T - Wine Red, (front), (back), (headstock), (box), (case). It still surprises me that Gibson uses nitro gloss finish on guitars that sell for under K.
It features the popular Thin Taper neck for comfort, measuring .800 at 1.
Set up is wonderfully low and with a great neck, no buzzing anywhere.
These original models were made from '89 to '94 and were outfitted with a dual "Red" Lace Sensor pickup mounted in front of the bridge, with a single Blue Lace in the neck.
The colored lettering is mostly worn off but they're definitely the original pickups. From the center, turning backwards, it acts as a normal tone control.
If you're into trying alternate tunings, there is nothing better.
You can add a few detuners such as an original Hipshot and Hipshot tuner and use drop tunings on two strings, which is pretty cool.
In their technical remarks for the 16 Studio T Gibson comments about the tone, Solid sustain like the traditional swiss cheese but not as heavy.
I agree, this guitar is lightweight, with a sweet singing sustain.
If you're looking for a quality Auditorium size, this one's an easy recommendation at just slightly more than a new 200-series.
9, including the professionally installed Element. Includes a nice hardshell case in a brown leatherette that feels almost like suede. lacquer gloss finish, mahogany body, maple cap, rosewood fretboard) Les Paul on the market.