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Gibson Jimmy Page Les Paul 1995 RARE Review as you have never seen one - tonymckenzie.com

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Published on May 22, 2012

This is a descriptive review of a 1995/6 Jimmy Page Les Paul from Gibson. Find out why this guitar remains my favourite Gibson Les Paul. See this one up close and personal.

These are quite rare these days as this was the FIRST release of the JP Les Paul. I just wanted others to get a view of a really great Les Paul. If you get a chance to buy one of these then don't buy the expensive newer ones - get one of these... still expensive, but nothing like those new signed ones. A REALLY great guitar.

Check my website www.tonymckenzie.com for a full written review of this guitar.

This video (c) tonymckenzie.com and A B Mckenzie 2012. All Rights Reserved.
All Trade Marks Acknowledged.

Please do NOT copy this video.

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tonymckenziecom
Cant reply directly to Steve except to say... that this is a review of the guitar and not playing of the guitar... if you want to hear it, check my channel. Its clearly described in the intro and info section. But thanks for watching.
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Phil Barrows
Man just play the Goddamm thing already!!!
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ironpirites
Did you ever find out the details of the differences in wiring between this guitar and the regular Jimmy Page models?
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Dana Laurillard
No sure if this was commented already but a careful quick touch with Guitar floss/Sanding cord on the 1st string saddle could help.  Maybe all of the broken strings have started to smooth it out now haha. Guitar floss: Mitchell abrasive cord. Not sure why people want you to play it so bad, buy a Zeppelin album :)  Great review and details!
willie otoole
The mythos around the Les Paul guitar in our day is equal to the preoccupation in the Middle Ages with owning a piece of the 'true cross of Jesus''. Some poor souls need to own some kind of 'sacred object' to boost their fragile egos and make them feel special. Surely anyone who has been genuinely influenced by the great Les Paul will be interested in experimentation - not collecting clones of an ancient model. But then guitar companies would go out of business were it not for nerdy collectors - it's all about money really, not making music. Alex66 makes the point that his MIJ copies are superb instruments. I have to agree. I have a few and the best (a Grant...?) is the best guitar I have ever owned - and I've had Gibsons et al.
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William Skinner
Guy rambles a bit.
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wriker36
I've got one of them.
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jmroxx1
you can see the pickup cavity, the pickup ring is not covering it, ooops
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Chrístopher Bíngham
If you'll wrap the strings over the top of the tailpiece, you won't break that E string anymore.
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