Gibson Les Paul 50s Tribute MinEtune Electric Guitar with Gig Bag

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    Product Description

    The Gibson Les Paul 50s Tribute Min-Etune Electric Guitar combines fantastic vintage tone and vibe with a modern tuning system, resulting in one serious axe! Classic features include a Mahogany body with ‘traditional’ weight relief and Maple top, Mahogany 50’s rounded profile neck, rosewood fingerboard and a pair of P-90 soapbar pickups that rip and snarl just like they did in the 1950s!

    Min-ETune
    Min-ETune is a small compact battery powered tuning system that is hardly visible from the front of the guitar and allows you to choose from 12 popular tunings or program 6 of your own! Perfect for home, studio and gigging - it even adjusts your guitar's tunings to match other instruments' with the reference tuning feature. All you have to do is PUSH the button, STRUM, get TUNED and ROCK out.

    Digital tuners that emulate open tunings are available, but because the Min-ETune physically turns the tuners, the system is always natural. There is no delay, no dampening and no dead sound - just the natural vibration of guitar strings in total harmony with the amp producing ringing harmonics and powerful sustain. Go from a pop songs in E Standard, grunge song in Drop D, an alt metal song in D Standard, and a blues song in open G quickly and all with one guitar!

    Product Specifications
    Gibson Les Paul 50s Tribute Min-Etune Electric Guitar Specifications
    • Body: Mahogany /’Traditional’ weight relief
    • Top: Maple
    • Neck: Mahogany, 50’s Rounded Profile
    • Fingerboard: Rosewood, Trapezoid Inlays
    • Hardware: Min-ETune system, Chrome Tune-o-Matic
    • Electronics: Dual Black P-90 Soapbar
    • Plastics: Black, Top Hat w/Insert knobs
    • Special Notes: ‘2013 Model’ on back of headstock, ‘50’s Tribute’ Truss Rod Cover
    • Case: Premium Gig Bag
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  800-444-2766 Warranty:  Limited Lifetime
    JB
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    Great Guitar!!
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    Very nice playing instrument and a good deal. I switched out tuners for standard type, but the min etune system is cool if you have a use for it.
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    Michael B.
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    Les paul 50's Tribute .. Great Playing Guitar,,, Gold Top !!
    What is your opinion of this product?
    The Guitar is well worth the Price... Looks better in person... action setup is Perfect.. The Minetune is not as bad as some say.. looks Great.. works.. My Case was used not sure How that happened.. Found Inspect papers for a Studio Fade.. with serial number for it.. But will order a case for it.. too Nice for a Gig Bag..Neck feels great..can't leave that out.. P 90's sounds great...
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    David
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    Great buy and awesome guitar
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    I've had this for a week. I've been a lead guitarist for 46 years and toured the US, Canada, and Europe. I own 8 guitars including a 1977 Gibson ES175 thin line and a1991 Jeff Beck Strat. This Les Paul practically plays itself. I can't say enough about how good this guitar is. The neck is by far the best I've played, better than my Strat and I love my Strat. For $714 with shipping there's not a better guitar out there unless you hit someone over the head and stole it. I have to play it every day and so will you. No need to buy another one unless you purchase for its future value as an investment. Yes, it's that great!
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