2014 Gibson 120th Anniversary Les Paul Melody Maker Made in USA Electric Guitar P90

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2014 Gibson Les Paul Melody Maker in a wine red satin finish

Made in USA Electric Guitar P90

Mahogany body with a carved maple top. The body is thinner than a standard Les Paul (about the same thickness as a Les Paul Custom Lite or SG Standard), which helps keep the Les Paul Melody Maker's weight down. The rear of the body features a tummy cutout, making it even more comfortable.

The Melody Maker / Les Paul neck features:
maple neck
rounded 50s profile
rosewood fretboard
22 cryogenically-treated medium-jumbo frets
24.75" scale length
12" fingerboard radius
acrylic neck position markers
white dots on the side of the fingerboard.
Gibson's 120th anniversary inlay at the 12th fret
low friction TekToid nut
The nut slots are cut with the assistance of the PLEK system.
white button Klusons tuners, the gear ratio is 14:1
full-sized Gibson style headstock and shape

The pickups are a P-90ST in the bridge and a P-90SR in the neck position.
Switchcraft three-way pickup selector switch
two volume and two tone controls

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