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Studios on Stage...

Musicman

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I was pleased to see Paul Raymond of UFO using a Les Paul Studio during a recent show and wondered how many other musicians use them. Any other guitarists use Studios on stage?
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Redhod

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Well, this is hardly an endorsement to hang your hat on but one of the guitarists (there are at least three) in James Brown's touring band plays a nice red Studio
 

mkg

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I do, and while Gibson hasn't yet contacted me, I'm being flooded with requests for tambourine endorsements.

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SS901771

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Paul is a secret weapon without a doubt. When I saw them around `80 or so, he was using what looked like an SG style junior. It was great watching him go back and forth from keys to guitar.
 

Musicman

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It's good to see some people play them live. :wail I also agree that Paul is a great musician who really pulls things together for the band. I've always liked his playing both on keyboard and guitar, and believe he's a big reason UFO became as good as they were/are. :dude
 

Flying V

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I did change the pickguard, pickup rings, switch washer, control knobs because I liked the contrast more.

But it's a Studio all right. Notice the other one on the background, just for backup...
 

Musicman

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That's what I'm talking about, lookin' good! :dude Is that you or Rudy Schenker in your avatar pic? :wail
 

telecast

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Hardly a reason to run out and buy one, but I use one on stage, a '93 Studio Lite.
 
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