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  • Is your Les Paul too light?

    heres a fix

    http://www.mylespaul.com/forums/gibson-les-pauls/54091-gibson-les-paul-faded-too-light.html








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  • #2
    Mines 9.3lbs, anymore and it could get uncomfortable..................Fish weights??? I don't need a Les Paul that rattles.
    I endorse Laura & Valve Queen tubes, you should too.Marshall, Gibson, Fender, Charvel/Jackson."I'm happy to pay my tech $40 bucks to take the Zap for me."One kick-butt deal with johnpace2 Dave Friedman of RACKSYSTEMS is a genius.After the Firebird X, i'm quite convinced Henry Juszkiewicz is crazy.Member of the JMP Hall of Fame.

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    • #3
      LoLz. I bought the one I did specifically because it was NOT heavy.

      Does I haz bad tonez?

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      • #4
        What a dumb ****************... weight does NOT equal tone/sustain/etc...
        "HC is dead, long live HC!!!..."

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        • #5
          The guy wanted his guitar to feel a little more solid and he acomplished that. This was all about feel and nothing else.
          HCGB Trooper #24

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          • #6
            ... weight does NOT equal tone/sustain/etc...


            My old Studio is one of the very early models with alder bodies - maybe 8lbs - tone and sustain like no other. Plus it doesnt kill my back.
            Add Tag...

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            • #7
              Is your Les Paul too light?


              Yeah, this is a very common problem.

              (It's name is "Ronald the Mustache". Quit PM'ing me! )







              Originally Posted by PuppyKicker


              I run my my stereo speakers through a boss metal zone and whenever a clean part comes up on a song I turn that ****************er on! m/ m/









              Originally Posted by Davo17


              ...its not like we are playing banjos or anything.

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              • #8
                dont you play it before you buy it? if it was too light when he played it would he buy a different lp

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                • #9
                  Oh boy. Too light > too heavy IMHO
                  -- Rainer

                  My Guitars (Updated 2011/07/02) • Schecter Society • Yamaholic • Reverend Congregation
                  G&L Militia • Captain in the SG Army in Rock 'N' Roll alliance with the Mazi Bee Militia
                  Beware of my Teutonic Terror

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                  • #10
                    Is this a joke? If not, Maybe you should stick to fishing...
                    BUY THIS>>>>> http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-1956...item4aae8418a8


                    LISTEN TO THIS>>>>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tP6rwc6hl9c

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                    • #11
                      dont you play it before you buy it? if it was too light when he played it would he buy a different lp


                      I'm mystified by this Les Paul weight thing. My V100 is heavier than my Pacifica 112, but it doesn't feel that heavy. When I was looking at LP's, I tried a Jim Deacon LP, and it felt like a boat anchor. But on the "my les paul" forum, they describe the V100 as "a heavy beast". http://www.mylespaul.com/forums/other-les-pauls/51808-vintage-v100-les-pauls-2.html

                      It's lighter than my six string bass, despite that bass being all neck with a small body.

                      Surely I don't have a fake V100
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                      Too much work keeping my sig up to date

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                      • #12
                        My 71 Gibson LP Deluxe is too heavy!!

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                        • #13
                          My 71 Gibson LP Deluxe is too heavy!!

                          fill the cavities with hydrogen, just be carefull not to smash the guitar too much..
                          .
                          '88 Gibson ES-335 Dot with SD Phat Cat (neck position)
                          Sedlacek OM
                          VOX AC15H1TV, Electro Harmonix Holy Grail Reverb and Switch Blade
                          .

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                          • #14
                            fill the cavities with hydrogen, just be carefull not to smash the guitar too much..


                            ...or try to land it in New Jersey.

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                            • #15
                              ...or try to land it in New Jersey.

                              while playing some Zeppelins that is..
                              .
                              '88 Gibson ES-335 Dot with SD Phat Cat (neck position)
                              Sedlacek OM
                              VOX AC15H1TV, Electro Harmonix Holy Grail Reverb and Switch Blade
                              .

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