Loaded with Custom Burstbucker Alnico pickups and topped with figured AAA maple, the Slash LP Standard celebrates Slash's career-long love of Les Pauls.
Equip your guitar with a Tune-O-Matic Bridge. It comes with everything you need for assembly in chrome or gold.
Southpaws rise up! This Gibson Les Paul Standard '60s has a Slim Taper neck profile and Burstbucker 61 R and T pickups for that vintage tone we all crave.
Get acquainted with the slim necks and beautiful bursts of 1960s Gibsons with this gorgeous '60s LP Standard, loaded with alnico V Burstbucker 61 pickups.
Just like a time capsule from a bygone era, this handsome Gold Top Standard captures the sound of the early '50s thanks to a pair of sizzling P-90 pickups.
Gibson takes it back to where it all started with this gorgeous Gold Top '50s Standard. Burstbucker 1 and 2 pickups produce creamy, vintage PAF tone.
Pick up a Les Paul Standard to create the same tones that have defined music for over half a century. This version is a mirror image of the righty Standard.
Representing the golden era of the late 1950s, this Les Paul Standard features a beautiful burst top with a pair of PAF-flavored Burstbucker 1 and 2 pickups.
Built for high-performance players, the Les Paul Modern features Burstbucker Pro pickups, Ultra Modern weight relief, and Grover locking Rotomatic tuners.
Experience the sizzling sound of mini humbuckers with the Les Paul Deluxe. This model features a mahogany neck and back topped with a traditional maple cap.
The Roots' Captain Kirk spiced up his signature SG Custom with a trio of Burstbucker pickups, personalized controls, and a pickguard-mounted master volume.
For that quintessential Les Paul style, this exclusive Standard is the answer. A set of Burstbucker 61 pickups produces an aggressive, articulate sound.
If you need the hottest flametop available, this AAA Standard's gotta be your pick. PAF-style Burstbucker 1 and 2 pickups produce a tasty variety of tones.
Introduced in 1958, the Gibson ES-335 has been a mainstay in Gibson's lineup. Packed with T-type pickups, this guitar can play anything from jazz to rock.
Featuring a sassafras body and a quartersawn maple neck, the Eric Johnson '54 Virginia Strat produces a clear tone fit for anyone looking for a unique Strat.
Originally made from spare Fender XII parts in the late 1960s, this reimagined Dorado version of the Fender Maverick features Tim Shaw-designed humbuckers.