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D

Open D Major

G

Open G Major

B

E Flat Tuning

e

Open E Minor

Arrow

Low D

Circle

DADGAD

D A D F# A D DGDGBD Eb Ab Db Gb Bb eb EBEGBE DGCFAD DADGAD

MCK position Name Tuning (low string to high)

2.2 Manual RoboHead Tuning

You can tune the Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited’s RoboHeads by hand as an alternative to using Robot tuning technology.

Caution: Never use a manual or mechanical string winding tool, or attempt to tune the RoboHeads manually while they are operating robotically. Either one of these operations can permanently damage the RoboHeads.

Unlike conventional tuning keys, RoboHeads all turn in the same direction. The RoboHead tuner posts have locking nuts to secure the end of each string during tuning operations.

Robot technology includes special options for changing strings (see Sections 5.6, 5.7, and 5.8), as this is much faster than changing strings manually. Gibson strongly advises using these functions when changing strings not only because it's faster and more convenient, but because they minimize RoboHead wear.

Chapter 3: Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited Chameleon Tone Technology

3.0 About Chameleon Tone Technology

Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited can offer a huge variety of guitar sounds, from traditional to groundbreaking, thanks to Chameleon Tone Technology. Each sound can have a unique combination of the following sound shaping options, all of which can be edited with the companion Gibson Chameleon Editor software:

  • Magnetic pickup coil settings (single, humbucking, parallel, series, or outofphase)

  • Magnetic pickup 4stage parametric equalizer settings (the EQ settings affect both pickups)

  • Magnetic pickup EQ bypass/active

  • Piezo pickup 4stage parametric equalizer settings

  • Piezo pickup EQ bypass/active

  • Piezo pickup status (on/off)

  • Sound ID (identifies the sound but doesn't affect tone)

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