Guitar Center have lopped a huge $400 off the price of this beautiful Gibson Les Paul Traditional Pro V . We gave this model a rave review last year, and we highly recommended giving it some serious thought.
Available here in Iced Tea and Wine Red satin finishes the Pro V comes supplied with a hard shell case. This iconic axe boasts all the features you would expect from a regular Les Paul Standard such as a mahogany body, mahogany neck, and carved maple top, but its design also incorporates some contemporary twists.
A weight-relieved body means this electric guitar provides a comfortable playing experience, while the neck features a 10”-16” compound radius rosewood fingerboard for a slicker feel
This Gibson Les Paul Traditional Pro V is loaded with dual Tradbucker pickups and an extended selection of pickup controls – including coil split, coil tap, and phasing options – allowing for a much greater breadth of tone.
Gibson Les Paul Traditional Pro V:
$1,999, Now 1,599
With $400 off, this Gibson Les Paul Traditional Pro V comes in a choice of two satin finishes: Iced Tea (pictured) and Wine Red. Gibson’s iconic solidbody design is seen here with all the essential appointments but it also has some extra mojo happening under the hood in the form of a weight relieved body and advanced pickup controls including coil split, coil tap, and phasing options.
The Les Paul Model was released by Gibson in 1952 in a striking gold finish and sporting dual P-90 pickups with white plastic covers. In 1957, Gibson upgraded their “Les Paul Regular” with a set of PAF humbuckers before relaunching it the following year with a Cherry Sunburst finish rebranded as the Les Paul Standard.
Today, these highly collectible instruments are colloquially known as ‘Bursts – and their iconic look is the original inspiration behind this Gibson Les Paul Traditional Pro V.
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Rod Brakes is a music writer with an expertise in all things guitar-related. Having spent many years at the coalface as a guitar dealer and tech, Rod's more recent work as a journalist covering artists, industry pros, and gear includes writing hundreds of articles and features for the likes of Guitarist magazine, MusicRadar, and Guitar World, as well as contributions for specialist books and blogs. He is also a lifelong musician.
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