This used Gibson Les Paul Studio Baritone from 2005 was part of a limited run before being discontinued - but here's your chance to get one of the originals of this, simply put, badass guitar. With a 28" scale length (3 1/2" more than the standard Les Paul), you get a deep, full sound and you have no problem dropping down to C or even B. And baritone guitars aren't just for metal players these days. Country and blues musicians have also been using them for years to bring a rich darkness to their sound. Here with dual Gibson humbuckers (a 490R in the neck and a 498T in the bridge) you get that distinct Gibson tone that's great for rock and metal, but incredibly versatile too.
This baritone has a Mahogany body with a Maple top with a pewter-like Blue Mist finish - it looks great with the brushed chrome hardware and silver top hat-style tone and volume knobs. The Ebony fingerboard is in great shape, as is the Mahogany neck, both of which are ready for some serious shredding. In Excellent condition, it has some minor playwear to its body but nothing remarkable. The Gibson Les Paul Studio Baritone is a rare guitar these days, so having one in the store in such awesome condition is an even rarer treat. Includes its original hardshell case and definitely deserves to be played.
||Mahogany with Maple top and Blue Mist finish
||Mahogany with rounded '59 Les Paul profile
||Ebony with dot inlays
||490R (neck) and 498T (bridge) humbuckers
||Tune-o-Matic and Stopbar tailpiece
||3-way toggle switch with 2 Volume and 2 Tone knobs; Silver Top Hat-style knobs
||Original Hard Case Included