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Gibson Goddess Les Paul Guitar Review :: Electric Guitars Reviews


packs all the punch of a traditional Les Paul into a light, streamlined body.


Description
The Goddess packs all the punch of a traditional Les Paul into a light, streamlined body. Comfortable enough to play all night, tough enough to go the distance.
FEATURES of these musical instruments: Special light-weight mahogany body; Figured maple top; Narrow nut, slim taper, ‘60s-style neck; Powerful, translucent 490R & 498T humbuckers; Reduced body size.
This Series features a Gibson Les Paul and SG guitar in a slim, weight relieved design. Features of these guitar models include a reduced body size (LP only), slim 60's taper neck with a narrow nut, translucent 490R & 498T humbuckers, and Madagascar heather ebony fingerboard.


Features + Technical Specs
Body & Hardware Maple top
Mahogany back
Single-ply binding on top
Chrome hardware
Tune-o-matic bridge, Stopbar tailpiece
Chrome Top Hat Knobs
Neck & Headstock mahogany neck
22 fret Ebony fingerboard, Width at 12th fret 2.176"
Peghead Pitch: 17
Thickness at 1st Fret: 0.775
Thickness at 12th Fret: 0.875
Heel Length: 0.625
Neck Joint Location: 16
Trapezoid inlays
White fingerboard binding
1960 Slim taper neck profile
24 3/4" scale length; 1.695 nut width
Auto Trim tuners
Electronics & Strings 490R and 498T humbucker pickups
1 volume, 2 tone, 3-way selector switch
Brite Wires .010-.046 Strings
Finishes Rose Burst, Sky Burst, Ice Burst, Violet Burst, Ebony
This musical instruments offer includes Case Case Interior: Dark Grey Plush with Black Shroud
Case Exterior: Black Reptile Pattern Hardshell
Case Silkscreen: Silver 'Gibson USA' logo

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