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Gibson Les Paul Triumph owners manual

page 2

The Gibson Les Paul Triumph bass owners manual page 2. This page labels all the controls and gives some details of the low impedance pickups, and the associated controls, however the majority of these descriptions appear on 3

To produce a revolutionary instrument like the new Les Paul Bess, you need more than just fine materials. You need expert innovators, skilled craftsmen and knowledgeable engineers who know acoustics and electronics inside and out. You also need a man who is an expert in the guitar field to advise and recommend features and specifications that will cause the finished product to be unique and distinctive. Gibson, long recognized as the world's leading guitar manufacturer, met these requirements when they combined their talents with the knowledgeable recommendations of a man who has come to be known to millions of music lovers as "Mr. Guitar"... Les Paul.

These controls were also shown on the final page of the 1971 Low Impedance brochure.

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