Gibson Les Paul BFG Reviews 4

Gibson Les Paul BFG

These are real cool guitars, and they're probably better buys than the Gary Moore models simply because they tend to be cheaper. However, the Gary Moore models are more consistent and tend to sound better, so it's a trade off between the two. Either way, see if you can try some out and see if you like the P90. [read more on Audiofanzine]

Hatsubai rated this unit 4 on 2011-08-14.

All in all I think the Gibson BFG is a cool guitar for anyone who wants a really stripped down and simple Les Paul that trades in class for a raw power that just embodies the very spirit of rock n' roll. They're now discontinued but you can still find them used for about $800 which isn't a bad deal. You aren't getting much in the features depart... [read more on Audiofanzine]

King Loudness rated this unit 4 on 2011-08-14.

Overall, I really like this guitar. It's an excellent platform for upgrades, of which I've pretty much upgraded everything on, but I'm sure it sounds and plays great in stock configuration. For the price these guitars pop up for on the used market, it's hard to pass them up. They utterly demolish the Studios, and are easily as good as a Stand... [read more on Audiofanzine]

MatrixClaw rated this unit 4 on 2011-04-03.

Hello, So the real significance of BFG is Barely Finished Guitar In recent months, following various changes in my life, I went back to the guitar after a ruling 15 years ... My first visits to shops instruments greatly disturbed me ... The Fender Mex at a price of US (at the time) and other increases, modelling and many other things made me... [read more on Audiofanzine]

Kilroy1976_en rated this unit 5 on 2008-07-24.

This guitar is amazing and well worth the money I payed for it. It's probably one the best Under 1000 ($1100?) Les Pauls i've ever played. I'd recommend it anyone who wants an axe which is both flawless and affordable. [read more on Audiofanzine]

AdamTaylor rated this unit 5 on 2007-05-05.

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