Adam Jones Les Paul Standard Review e1672345088153

Adam Jones Les Paul Standard Review

Adam Jones Les Paul Standard Review. Adam Jones’ Les Paul Standard is a very unique guitar, in that it features a patented passive pickup system. It also features two knobs, and an HH configuration that allows for a very versatile and custom sound. It has a very comfortable and modern style and is one of the best options available for those on a budget.

Adam Jones Les Paul Standard

Affordability

If you’re looking for a new guitar to add to your collection, you might want to take a look at Gibson USA Adam Jones Les Paul Standard. This guitar is a premium-grade electric instrument that features high-end appointments, including a solid Mahogany body, a 22-fret ebony fingerboard, and Grover Rotomatic tuners. It also includes a Graph Tech nut, Orange Drop capacitors, and a three-way pickup selector switch.

In addition to the classic Les Paul construction, the Gibson Adam Jones Les Paul Standard features a nitrocellulose lacquer finish, a maple top, and a mahogany neck. The neck features the ’70s rounded profile, while the fretboard is made from Lightning Fast 22-fret ebony. Its headstock features custom artwork for Adam Jones.

In addition to the classic Gibson construction, the Adam Jones Les Paul Standard is available in a stunning Antique Silverburst finish. The guitar also features quality hardware, including Grover Rotomatic tuners, a Tune-O-Matic bridge, and three-way pickup selector switches.

The Adam Jones Les Paul Standard comes equipped with a DC High Gain Humbucker and a BurstBucker 1 pickup. Its hand-wired, three-way circuit promises authentic PAF tones. Each pickup has its volume control and tone control.

For precise tuning, the Gibson Nashville Tune-O-Matic bridge uses aluminum to provide precise string placement and intonation. The guitar also features an adjustable truss rod cover, a reinforcing flute on the headstock, and a chrome switch tip. The Gibson Adam Jones Les Paul Standard is available in Antique Silverburst and several other finishes.

With a wide array of drive tones and an unmistakable look, the Gibson Adam Jones Les Paul Standard is a real statement. It’s one of the most exciting and unique signature models from Gibson.

Adam Jones Les Paul Standard Review

Frets

Adam Jones is a legendary guitar player, and he has a signature model in the Gibson Les Paul Standard series. This new model features a mahogany body and a nitrocellulose lacquer finish. It also has a mahogany neck with a ’70s-style profile. The neck has a carved heel and 22 frets.

The neck on the Gibson Adam Jones Les Paul Standard is thicker than most modern guitar necks. It makes it easier to press down strings cleanly. The C-shaped neck provides a slightly wider playing surface. It also allows for easier resting. The neck also features a Graph Tech nut that minimizes tuning slips.

This is the first Gibson USA signature model. The Gibson Custom Shop team has created a limited run of these guitars, featuring replicas of the original Les Paul Custom models. It was launched in June of this year. It is priced at $2,999.

The body is made from mahogany, and the fretboard is bound in ebony. It has a 12″ radius. It includes block inlays. The neck is shaped like a C and has 22 frets. It also has a bone nut. It is considered a high-quality instrument nut. It gives the guitar excellent sustain and tune stability.

The Gibson Adam Jones Les Paul Standard is loaded with hand-selected humbucking pickups and top-shelf hardware. It also features a tune-o-Matic bridge and mother-of-pearl trapezoid inlays on the fingerboard. It comes with a hardshell case designed by Adam Jones. This case protects the guitar from scratches and dings.

In addition, the truss rod cover has the artist’s signature. The headstock has an orange drop capacitor, and the wiring uses CTS pots.

HH configuration

The Gibson Adam Jones Les Paul Standard is a high-end electric guitar. It has been designed by the Gibson USA division in conjunction with guitarist Adam Jones. It features a ’70s rounded neck profile, a mahogany body, and a pair of DC High-Gain humbuckers. It also boasts a modern hardshell case and Adam Jones’s signature aesthetic add-ons.

The Les Paul Standard has several well-chosen components, including Grover Rotomatic tuners, a DC High-Gain humbucker, an ebony fretboard, and mother-of-pearl inlays. It also has top-shelf hardware. A modern hardshell case protects the instrument from scuffs and scratches. It comes with a Graph Tech nut, a BurstBucker 1, and a smattering of other small, but significant, details.

The Gibson Adam Jones Les Paul Standard is stuffed with high-end features, from the ’70s rounded profile to an ebony fretboard. Its humbuckers are hand-wired and provide strong distortion tones. The pickups are a 3-way circuit that offers a good mix of single and double coils, giving the player plenty of options for their sound.

The ’70s rounded profile also makes it easier to play open chords without muting the strings. The ‘tweener’ truss-rod cover is a neat little touch. The ‘graph-tech’ nut, meanwhile, provides excellent sustain and tune stability.

Other notable features include an ”70s-style’ carved neck heel and a reinforcing flute at the headstock. The ”70s-style’ curved fingerboard is also flatter than the typical set-neck shape. This combination gives the player a balance of a traditional shape and the hefty feel of a Gibson. The ”70s-style’ bridge is made of aluminum and is tuned to the correct string position with the help of Grover Rotomatic tuners.

Specs

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Passive pickups

The Gibson USA Adam Jones Les Paul Standard is a premium-grade electric guitar. It is made in the United States and features high-end appointments and electronics. It also has a vintage-look Silverburst finish. It is recommended for Hard Rock, Hard Rock, and similar genres.

The pickups are the most important element of the guitar. There are two types: passive and active. A passive pickup does not require a battery. An active one uses a battery to boost the signal. The sound is clearer and more powerful. It is preferred by guitarists because it offers better note separation. However, passive pickups are more natural.

The Les Paul pickups are both passive and active. The bridge pickup produces a brighter tone while the neck pickup enhances a warm tone. There is also a switch to control the number of treble frequencies that are sent to the amplifier. Using a distortion pedal can solve the muddy tone issue.

The Gibson Adam Jones Les Paul Standard is available in an Antique Silverburst finish. It also comes with a popular 3-way switch. The guitar also features a Bone nut. This material is known for its durability and its stability in tune.

There is also a one-piece fingerboard for more sustain. The frets are jumbo size to allow for more accurate pressing. This makes it easier to hold notes while playing solos. The neck is thick to provide more stability and help with sustain issues.

The Seymour Duncan Alpha and Omega are among the best passives in the market. They are designed to offer impressive tonal performance in both standard and 6-string tunings. It is also equipped with an EQ to maintain the detail in lower tunings.

Gibson Les Paul models through time

Artwork

The Epiphone Adam Jones Art Collection is a series of seven limited edition Silverburst Les Paul Custom models highlighting the artwork of five different artists. Each model is the genus of its ilk, and the best part is they all fit in your pocket. In the end, it’s a great way to bring Adam’s love of music and art together.

The first in the series is the Mark Ryden guitar. It’s a mahogany-bodied guitar with an ebony fretboard, 22 frets, and a reverse-mounted Epiphone ProBucker Custom pickup. It’s also got a three-way pickup selector switch and a Graph Tech nut. It also happens to be the smallest guitar in the collection.

The second model is the Seymour Duncan Distortion. It’s a high-output neck pickup, which is pretty cool, and it comes in an attractive black finish. It also has a Graph Tech nut, which is a nice touch. The guitar comes with a hardshell case, which is a nice touch.

The upcoming third model, the Strat, features a three-way switch, a rounded ’70s-era neck carve, and a modern hardshell case. In all, it’s a great example of a Gibson USA collaboration with Tool guitarist Adam Jones. It’s the newest addition to the Sweetwater catalog, and we’re glad we were able to get a hold of it!

The other two models are the Gibson Adam Jones Les Paul Standard and the Adam Jones Signature Guitar. Both guitars are available in Antique Silverburst, and both feature a host of Adam Jones-approved appointments, including Grover Rotomatic tuners, a carved neck heel, a Graph Tech nut, and mother-of-pearl trapezoid inlays on the fingerboard. The aforementioned ebony fretboard, Orange Drop capacitors, and a DC High-Gain Humbucker round out the rest of the specs.