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  1. My 2000 les paul classic has a dark grey paste like substance over the wood,but only the bottom,and then there is a metal plate that the pots all are mounted too.Did Gibson use shielding or some type of paste or paint on the bottom of the control cavity?because its not bare wood and the sides are painted red like the color of the mahogany,or cherry sunburst.If I shield the plastic covers will it help with the crackling and pops?
  2. I have a 2000 Gibson Les Paul classic.Some posts say it was afer a certain year,but my axe is a 2000,its 19 yrs old.Ive read that if its buzzing and you touch the tail peice,the bridge,the strings(because obviously they go thru the tail peice and ride on the saddles of the bridge that everything on the outside is grounded.(Does a abr-1 or nashville bridge make it different in anyway,I don't know because the way each are mounted differently)Also the tunner peg holes that the strings are wrapped around are grounded.I took it to gc and he ran a wire from one pot to the next type thing.In the stor
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  4. I also have a lp classic 1960,yr 2000, welcome,im new as well🎸
  5. Yur right about it gives you nothing,it makes you work for it lol,but it was a mexican tele,nice but the bridge pickup didnt work so that got to me.and the les paul always stood out of the croud even whn i wasnt into guitars it still grabbed my attention.my dad had the tele,and a strat,and a prs,but my Dad knew i always loved a lp,and his friend had moved and sold 3 guitars cheap,yee its 17 yrs old.But to me its new and i treat it like a baby lol,but thanks brother
  6. The string is steel ,so the magnets on the pickups shouldnt be to close to the pickups or it can actually make sustain end end quicker and ruin the tone somewhat,yes they will be louder but at a cost,so no its not for cosmetics lol.also the pickups being each at a different heigth can change the tone,and if the string is not right over the magnet it plays with the string,its a magnet and the string as its picked rotates like a jumping rope,if it isnt right over the magnet,the magnet will try to draw the string towards the magnet center,if the pickups are at the right heigth they arent as loud,
  7. Heard the graphtech tusk xl nut is a good one,it has self lubricating built in the material.dont know if that helps,🎸
  8. I would be carefull though,i think someone tryed that on the one im playing and the strings all match up on the pickup magnets,but the low e string on the fret board seems to want to slide off the fretboard,either that or i been practicing for a yr doing something wrong.Hope you found or find what you are looking for.Rock on brother🎸
  9. New to this forum,hope im in the right place to introduce myself lol. I'm just a person new to guitars overall.Started a yr ago on a tele.I didnt like anything about it.Mind you theese are my pops guitars.He brought out a Gibson les paul!A 2000 cherry sunburst lp classis with the yellowish inlays with the 1960 thin taper neck and abr_1 bridge.Im just lucky to play a lp,let alone own one.but ima just call it mine😍!Hope everyone has a goodnight after my long introduction😁
  10. Hello there, ive also joined just to have conversations about Gibsons,and all thoughts on guitars and guitar parts. I hope everyone has a rockin day......🎸🔊🎵 while playing a Gibson😂👌
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