comes with three User Banks of factory presets, but you can also create and edit your own with the companion Gibson Chameleon Editor. It's possible to save any number of presets on your computer, then transfer the ones you want to use to Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited. You can think of the 88 presets as a “playlist” taken from your master library of presets.
Red (Function) Bank. The Red bank is for configuring Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited, intonating the guitar, doing advanced tuning functions, and more.
Switching Among Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited Banks
Switching between the Blue and Green Banks: As these are the most often‐ used Banks, it's easy to switch between them. Pushing Enter briefly on the MCK while in the Green Bank switches to the Blue Bank, and pushing Enter briefly on the MCK while in the Blue Bank switches to the Green Bank.
Switching among all Banks: With Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited powered‐on, push Enter on the MCK briefly, then push Enter again within half a second. This takes you to the next Bank. A series of quick presses, with each press within half a second of the next one, cycles through the various Banks. The order of Bank selection is Green – Blue – Yellow – Red. This “wraps around,” so if Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited is in the Red Bank, pushing Enter on the MCK takes you to the Green Bank.
For example, suppose the Green Bank is the current Bank. Here's how to select the Red Bank:
Push Enter briefly on the MCK's center. The Blue Bank appears.
Within one second, again push Enter briefly on the MCK's center. The Yellow Bank appears.
Within one second, again push Enter briefly on the MCK's center. The Red Bank appears.
To summarize: Pushing Enter briefly on the MCK's center takes you to the next Bank in the series of Banks. Repeated brief presses done within a half a second of each other toggles through the Banks.
1.4 Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited Connections
Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited has traditional magnetic pickups, a Piezo pickup in the bridge, and individual outputs for each string (hex pickup), all of which feed a tip‐ring‐sleeve (TRS, or stereo) 1/4” output jack. There are several ways to use these outputs. As you familiarize yourself with Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited, we suggest using either the “Traditional Electric Guitar” or “Blended Electric/Piezo Sound” connections described next. The companion *RIP Computer Interface manual covers computer‐based application in detail.
1.4.1 Traditional Electric Guitar
The magnetic pickups' output appears on the jack's tip. If you plug a standard mono guitar cable into Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited and plug the other end into an amp, Les Paul Standard 2010 Limited