This 2021 Gibson Les Paul Standard 60s in Iced Tea is being sold as our Floor Demo. These all nitro finishes are tough to keep looking factory fresh If a thin neck is your thing, the Gibson Les Paul Standard 60s in Iced Tea should be your thing, too!. The perfect LP to nail the look, sound, and feel of Jimmy Page! Mahogany, Maple, and Rosewood combine for the classic tonewood recipe that has served thousands of players, worldwide since its inception in 1954.
The 2021 Les Paul Standard returns to the classic design that made it relevant, played, and loved -- shaping sound across generations and genres of music. It pays tribute to Gibson's Golden Era of innovation and brings authenticity back to life.
The Les Paul Standard 60s has a solid mahogany body with an AA figured maple top. This tonewood combo is well-known for body, sustain, and top-end compression. The body is not weight relieved so you have a real, solid-body guitar here! Finished in Iced Tea, which is a subtle sunburst with less transition between colors than a Heritage Cherry or Vintage Style Sunburst.
The 60s Les Paul Standard is equipped with a slim-taper, 60s-style mahogany neck with a bound rosewood fingerboard, and trapezoid inlays. The fingerboard radius measures in at 12" while the scale length is classic Gibson at 24.75". 22 Medium Jumbo Frets give you the perfect playing surface. This is the Shred-Friendly neck profile that many rock and progressive players gravitate to. It's easily the fastest profile Gibson makes and has been the choice of countless players since 1960.
Hardware-wise, it's equipped with a classic-style Tune-O-Matic bridge, aluminum stop bar tailpiece, Grover Rotomatic "Kidney" tuners, and gold top-hat knobs with silver reflectors. The Burstbucker 61R (neck) Burstbucker 61T (bridge) pickups are loaded with AlNiCo V magnets, CTS audio taper potentiometers, and orange drop capacitors.
Gibson is back! We are stocking USA, Custom Shop, and Montana Made Acoustic Guitars again so make sure to stop by the shop when you get the chance to see how the NEW Gibson's stack up!