Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited defaults to settings that are well‐suited to the vast majority of players. However, it is possible to change many of these defaults via Function Mode (Red Bank). Function Mode is also where you can change strings easily, intonate your strings, activate a chromatic tuner, and more.
The general procedure is to enter Function Mode, choose the MCK position that corresponds to a particular function, push Enter for more than one second, then edit the selected function.
5.0 Entering Function Mode
If Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited is not powered‐up, pull the MCK out and push Enter four times in
If Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited is already in a Bank other than the Red Bank, push Enter in quick
succession until the Red Bank appears.
5.1 Selecting a Function
Once Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited is in Function Mode, rotate the MCK to choose the position that corresponds to a particular function. Upon selecting a position, the Display Matrix will show a red letter for the function ID, then scroll through a series of white letters that give an abbreviated function
name. The following chart shows the details. MC Pos. ID Abbreviation Function
MCK Pos. Peg I C E A D G
ID T I C R Up arrow Down arrow U
Abbreviation TUNER INT CUS REF UP DWN USR
g describes th
e various functions.
Function Chromatic tuner function Adjust LP STD 2010 Limited intonation Create custom tuning Sets reference pitch (e.g., A = 440) Tune replacement string(s) up to pitch Tune string(s) down for removal Access user banks
5.2 Chromatic Tuner (Position = Peg, ID = T)
The chromatic tuner detects a plucked string and displays the nearest note and frequency offset compared to that note.