Gibson X-plorer Studio
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Gibson X-plorer Studio

X-plorer Studio, Guitarra de forma Flying V/Explorer/Firebird from Gibson in the Explorer series.

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iamqman 16/12/2011

Gibson X-plorer Studio : la opinión de iamqman (content in English)

"Nice studio model"
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To Gibson Explorer guitar is a great hard rock. Looking guitar and it certainly has that hard rock tone as well. If you've ever played any type of Gibson instrument then you know that has a nice deep rich thick tone that translates very well into rock or metal type musical setting. This guitar just has that look of aggression and anger it really dries your guitar playing into new sonic stratospheres. I love the look of this guitar and couple that with a nice mahogany wood which gives you a great solid foundation for any type of rock or hard rock tone.

UTILIZATION

BODY
Species: Poplar (90% of regular X-plorer body size)

NECK
Species: Mahogany
Profile: Rounded
Peghead Pitch: 14°
Thickness at 1st fret: 0.800"
Thickness at 12th fret: 0.850"
Heel Length: 0.625"
Neck Joint Location: 19th fret

FINGERBOARD
Species: Rosewood
Scale length: 243/4"
Total Length: 19.062"
Nut Width: 111/16"
Width at 12th fret: 2.062"
Frets: 22
Inlays: Pearloid Dot

HARDWARE
Plating Finish: Chrome
Bridge: Tune-o-matic
Tailpiece: Stopbar

ELECTRONICS
Pickups:
Neck Pickup: 496R ceramic magnet humbucker
Bridge Pickup: 500T ceramic magnet humbucker
Controls: Two volume, one tone, three-way switch

SOUNDS


This tone has a nice warm suitable tone for any hard rock or metal setting. I pretty much like this instrument and all settings in all types of music imaginable. It has a different sound and voicing compared to Gibson Les Paul but it certainly does follow the product line of Gibson guitars. Most of their instruments have that familiarity to them in their voicing and sound but they do you have a different feel any different tone alter themselves. This guitar has a great tone and will sound fantastic. Whether it be a clean amplifier or a medium amplifier or any overdriven ultrasonic distorted amplifier.

OVERALL OPINION


These guitar you can find for right around $1100 or so. It's a great looking if you're really into the hard rock or metal scene and this is a cool guitar to have as you're main axe for recording or any type of gigging situation. I recommend this guitar for anyone to use or even to have another guitar collection because it's such an iconic instrument and has such a great sound for pretty much any style of music. It's an extremely versatile guitar and will compliment your guitar collection quite well.