Gibson Debuts Les Paul Monitors

Continuing its association with Les Paul, who first pioneered the solid body electric guitar and then multitrack recording, Gibson Brands, Inc. is honoring the pioneer with the release of Gibson Les Paul studio reference speakers.
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New York, NY (October 29, 2014)—Continuing its association with Les Paul, who first pioneered the solid body electric guitar and then multitrack recording, Gibson Brands, Inc. is honoring the pioneer with the release of Gibson Les Paul studio reference speakers.

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The three debuting models all feature carbon-coated titanium tweeters, non-woven carbon woofers and Class D amplification power—the LP4 and 6 each sport a 1-inch dome tweeter and a 4- or 6-inch midrange woofer, while the LP8 has an 8-inch woofer.

The monitors include high, mid and low EQ knobs, balanced XLR and unbalanced RCA inputs, and wood veneer fronts that recall the long-running Gibson Les Paul electric guitar.

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