(even when not powered‐on) acts just like a traditional Les Paul electric guitar. When powered‐on, you can use the Robot Tuning and Chameleon Tone Technology, as well as mix in the Piezo pickup sound.
Blended Electric/Piezo Sound
Use a standard guitar cord to connect Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited to your amplifier.
Pull the MCK out, tune Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited, and select a sound, as described in the Quick
Start guide. 3. When powered‐on, Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited's output carries a mix of the magnetic and Piezo pickup signals, with the balance determined by the blend control (pickup switch toggle). Turn the toggle clockwise for more Piezo sound, or counter‐clockwise for more magnetic sound.
There is an option to determine if the Piezo out appears on the tip and/or ring of the stereo cable or neither. See Section 6.2, Functions 2 and 3.
1.4.3 Using the Gibson LP‐Z Low Impedance Output Circuit
Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited's output jack is a “combo” type that provides a standard 1/4” guitar output or Gibson's exclusive low‐impedance, balanced output LP‐Z circuit. To activate the LP‐Z output, set the switch (to the left of the output jack) in the down position. The green LED next to the switch will illuminate.
Plug the appropriate plug into the Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited's output. For driving a standard amp, use a 1/4” stereo or mono guitar cable. For the LP‐Z output, you will need either a custom length XLR male‐to‐male XLR cable, or use a standard XLR male‐XLR‐female mic cables in conjunction with an XLR male‐to‐male adapter (e.g. Radio Shack part #274‐015). Caution: When plugging the LP‐Z output into a mic input, never turn on the input's phantom power. This may damage the Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited output.
1.4.4 (OPTIONAL) Computer‐Based Systems for Live and Studio
Here's an overview to provide a hint of what Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited can do when connected to a computer. For more information on the many possibilities offered by combining Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited with a computer, see the companion *RIP Computer Interface manual.
For a basic computer‐based live performance setup, load Guitar Rig 4 Pro into a laptop or
other computer. This software turns your computer into a “virtual guitar rack” with dozens of