A unique revamp of a classic one machine from an unforgettable era of Gibson, the Gibson Les Paul Studio 70s Tribute Electric Guitar captures the look, feel and tone of the iconic rock guitar of the 70s. Offering all the quality and performance the Gibson Les Paul Studio 70s Tribute Electric Guitar offers a thin-to-thick neck carve that starts out slim at the lower frets and becomes increasingly chunky as you slide toward the joint and incredible vintage tone from a pair of Dual Blade Alnico Mini Humbuckers for great, vintage-edged tones with plenty of contemporary versatility.
Gibson Les Paul Studio 70s Tribute Electric Guitar Features
- Solid Mahogany Body
- 70s Neck with Thin-to-Thick Neck Carve
- Baked Maple Fingerboard
- Gibson USA Dual Blade Alnico Mini Humbuckers
- Gibson’s Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Includes Gibson Padded Gig Bag
Like the most revered vintage Les Pauls, the Les Paul Studio ’70s Tribute starts with a solid mahogany body. This classic tonewood offers superb depth and balance, and is extremely light for optimum playing comfort. Carved to the traditional asymmetrical double-cutaway shape, the Les Paul also offers outstanding upper-fret access. Like many great Gibsons of the ’70s, the neck is made from maple and carved to a profile unique to the era, which measures .800 inches deep at the 1st fret and increases to .963 inches at the 12th, with a volute behind the nut to both strengthen the headstock joint and enhance neck resonance.
Baked Maple Fingerboard
A chocolate-brown baked maple fingerboard carries traditional trapezoid inlays, and terminates in a PLEK-cut Corian nut with a width of 1-11/16 inch. As with many Studio models, the Les Paul Studio ’70s Tribute keeps it all down to basics—and saves you money—by omitting fingerboard binding.
Gibson USA Dual Blade Alnico Mini Humbucker Pickups
To help the Les Paul Studio ’70s Tribute rock with unparalleled character and articulation, Gibson USA loads it with a pair of Dual Blade Alnico Mini Humbuckers. Entirely new pickups from Gibson USA, these units improve upon the best attributes of the former Mini Humbuckers seen in the Les Paul Deluxe in the ’70s, and the different Firebird Mini Humbuckers of the early ’60s, in an efficient design that uses dual steel blades and an Alnico magnet for a vintage voice that still retains plenty of chime.
These pickups are calibrated for balanced output between the neck and bridge positions, yielding everything from singing bluesy neck tones to crunchy and wailing leads, and are dressed in solid chrome covers. They are routed through the traditional four-knob and three-way switch wiring set up, and partnered with a Tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece for optimum sustain and precise intonation. A set of vintage-style TonePros tuners with pearloid keys rounds out the package.
Each guitar includes a Gibson gig bag and owner’s manual, and is covered by Gibson’s Limited Lifetime Warranty and 24/7/365 Customer Service.