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Gibson Les Paul Studio LPJ Review
GMC's founder & Rocker, Kristofer Dahl, presents his latest axe in this review, a nice Les Paul! See how it plays and his thoughts in our latest GMC Review. Video included!
"To challenge myself, and to try and break some old habits - I have bought a Gibson guitar. This guitar only has two pickups, no single coils, no whammy bar and poor high fret access. Not only that, but it turned out the guitar seriously hurts by ribs."
Nevertheless, Kris is very happy with his LP! Read more, and see why
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