Les Paul Owners Club!

BritishBluesBoy

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Show us your Lesters... Gibsons, Epiphones... Whatever...

Here's my Gibson Custom Shop VOS 1960 Plain Top Les Paul. Probably the most perfect guitar I have ever played. DMace likes it too - don't you Doug?? :D

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marshman

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2000 LP Classic for me, tobacco burst, loaded with SD Pearly Gates for maximum snarl. Pictures to follow.
 

irishtele

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Ireland
Nice LPs!!
I was gonna include my LP style guitar but after seeing all these I think I will leave it out!
I really want one but they are just so expensive! :(

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Limited Edition Robot.

This is a really stupid question but you know the way the robot tunes automatically are you able to tune it manually if need be?
Cheers
Conor
 

guitarguytim

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When I get a second I'll have to get a pic, but my baby is a '97 Ruby Red Studio Gem... Gotta love the P-90's!
 

Mark Davis

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Bakersfield Ca.
Nice LPs!!
I was gonna include my LP style guitar but after seeing all these I think I will leave it out!
I really want one but they are just so expensive! :(



This is a really stupid question but you know the way the robot tunes automatically are you able to tune it manually if need be?
Cheers
Conor

Yes you can pull out on the tuners it makes a little click sound which disconnects it from the motor then you can tune it manually.
 

OM 21

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W. MA.
Here's my Les Paul style guitar. Couldn't rationalize the real deal, but still wanted a decent guitar, and this Prestige Heritage Standard works for me when I want that heavy dual humbucker tone.

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bfgz

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Suburban Chicago
My 2007 Les Paul BFG

I replaced the Bridge pick up with a Seymour Duncan P-Rail and added the three way switch to control all 3 positions of the P-Rail. (Small one by the Volume and Tone Knobs)
I also moved the Pick up control to the normal upper bout position and ditched the original "Kill Switch"
I had all the cavities copper shielded to quiet the P-90's and it sounds fantastic and is a joy to play :D
 

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SouthpawGuy

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Les Paul Standard 1990

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Pickups are Shadow EQ5 with onboard pre and post gain with five band eq.

The "pole pieces" are actually the adjusters for the eq.
 

bluesfordan

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Nashua NH
2006 R0, with factory gold hats, which I replaced with a set of real '60s cut-downs. Not shown, uncle lou tuner tips.

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