After I did a "makeover" with my Plaintop LP (some may remember) I finally finished "restoring" a 2013 Gibson Les Paul Studio.
Again I filled up dings and scratches with nitro lacquer and polished with micro mesh and car polish for almost new look. Also removed the often seen "slight fretboard ridge" on the neck and other Gibson problems
You guys know I am totally obsessed with detail So for example you can see in the picture what I do with Tune-O-Matic bridges on all of my guitars - I round one side of the saddles off for a played in feel, file the slots for perfect radius... Sweating the details that Gibson does ... not so much
Upgraded with TonePros bridge, tailpiece and Faber “Tone-Lock” spacers, Grover Locking tuners, security locks, chrome output jack, white toggle switch cap...
This guitar has "Fat Tap" coils split options. This is a partial tap, where some of the dumped coils is retained for hum cancellation and fatter tone. This sounds very nice and has a lot of P90 character. Very good sounding guitar.