Gibson Les Paul Traditional Pro II '50s 2012 - 2014

Gibson Les Paul Traditional Pro II '50s 2012 - 2014

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Overview

The Les Paul Traditional Pro II '50s features a traditional weight relieved mahogany body and neck with flame maple top, Classic '57/Super '57 pickups, a '50s neck profile, and coil taps and a boost circuit accessible via push/pull volume and tone knobs. This model is distinct from the Les Paul Traditional Pro Exclusive which had a plain maple top, no boost circuit, and different pickups. They can be distinguished by the presence of a 9-volt battery compartment on the rear of the Traditional Pro II. This model was also produced as the Traditional Pro II '60s which features a slimmer neck profile and different finishes.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • Les Paul Traditional Pro II '50s
Finish
  • Ebony
  • Goldtop
  • Heritage Cherry Sunburst
  • Honey Burst
  • Inverness Green
  • Merlot
Year
  • 2012 - 2014
Made In
  • United States
Categories
Body Material
  • Mahogany
Body Shape
  • Single Cutaway
Body Type
  • Solid Body
Bridge/Tailpiece Type
  • Stop-Bar
Color Family
  • Black
  • Gold
  • Green
  • Red
  • Sunburst
Finish Style
  • Gloss
  • Metallic
Fretboard Material
  • Rosewood
Model Family
  • Gibson Les Paul
Model Sub-Family
  • Gibson Les Paul Traditional Pro
Neck Material
  • Mahogany
Number of Frets
  • 22
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Pickup Configuration
  • HH
Product Family
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Scale Length
  • 24.75"
Top Material
  • Maple

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