Gibson Firebird Studio Guitar Review :: Electric Guitars Reviews
for those who care about sound and feel, but want to save on cosmetics.
With its “reverse” body style, Gibson’s Firebird series of 1963 took conventional guitar design on a 180-degree turn.
The Gibson Firebird Studio has the classic reverse-shape body, but with a conventional set neck keeping the traditional set-neck design, mini-Grover tuners on the side of the headstock, a tapered body and the traditional Gibson dual-humbucker sound. Mahogany body and neck. Its studio finish and simpler hardware retain Gibson’s high-quality sound and feel. Optional gold or chrome-plated hardware on these musical instruments. Black reptile pattern hardshell case with dark grey plush interior, black shroud, and silkscreened silver Gibson USA logo. It’s both alternative and classic, and it’s a Gibson.
For those who care about sound and feel, but want to save on cosmetics.
|Features + Technical Specs|
|Body & Hardware||Mahogany Body|
Chrome or Gold hardware
Tune-o-matic bridge, Stopbar Tailpiece
Knobs: Black Top Hat with insert
|Neck & Headstock||Mahogany neck|
22 fret Rosewood fingerboard, Width at 12th fret 2.062″
Peghead Pitch: 17
Thickness at 1st Fret: 0.830
Thickness at 12th Fret: 0.900
Heel Length: 0.625
Neck Joint Location: 19
Pearloid Dot inlays
’60s style slim taper neck profile
24 3/4″ scale length; Nut Width: 1 11/16
Total Length: 18.062″
Mini Grovers tuners
|Electronics & Strings||Pickups: 490R & 498T Alnico magnet humbuckers|
Controls: 2 volume, 2 tone, 3-way switch
Brite Wires .010-.046 Strings
|Finishes||Ebony / Chrome, Cherry / Chrome, Ebony / Gold, Cherry / Gold, Classic White|
|These musical instruments offer includes Case||Case Interior: Dark Grey Plush with Black Shroud |
Case Exterior: Black Reptile Pattern Hardshell
Case Silkscreen: Silver ‘Gibson USA’ logo