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Hello everyone i’m struggling to identify a les paul. The owner says it is a 2011 standard in desert burst. I googled its model name but there is very limited info. Owner says it has no push pull but i figured out 2012 has push pull. Hope u help me identify this instrument and learn its all specs. 
model name: LPSTD+DBCH1

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From the code I would guess

LP=Les Paul     STD+=Standard  Plus upgrade of top wood   DB= Desert Burst    CH=Chrome Hardware      1=Right handed

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7 minutes ago, Dave F said:

From the code I would guess

LP=Les Paul     STD+=Standard  Plus upgrade of top wood   DB= Desert Burst    CH=Chrome Hardware      1=Right handed

 Actually i wanna learn its specs. I mean neck profile, chambered or weight relief etc...

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7 minutes ago, Tlgptru said:

 Actually i wanna learn its specs. I mean neck profile, chambered or weight relief etc...

Yours looks identical to my 2014 model. I bought it because my '68 Custom RI was getting too heavy for me. I believe they have varying chambered versions, mine is just a little lighter.  Weighing yours should tell you if it's chambered. I think the standards all have the slim necks but I'm not sure. Post this on the Gibson USA  forum , there's a lot of experts up there.

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38 minutes ago, Dave F said:

Yours looks identical to my 2014 model. I bought it because my '68 Custom RI was getting too heavy for me. I believe they have varying chambered versions, mine is just a little lighter.  Weighing yours should tell you if it's chambered. I think the standards all have the slim necks but I'm not sure. Post this on the Gibson USA  forum , there's a lot of experts up there.

Thank you very much you really helped 

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