come on mate - their nick name is ****son Le's Shoulder Pull!
Heavy sound - thats not verstaile
one vol, one tone - any more is just gettin in the way
unless your a fukn gynaecologist, you need way more access than a LP can offer
those green kluson type tuners are sh1te - my double cut has Grovers that you can adjust!
You're not talkin to some Jemsite gobsh1te here........... i fix these things day in day out............
1.) Really, some people can handle the weight. Just because you think they're too heavy, doesn't magically mean they're too heavy for everybody. It's subjective
2.) First off, Les Pauls can create more than one tone, I thought we covered that. Second, your Doublecut uses the exact same pickups, body wood, top, bridge, etc. You're basically saying that your own Doublecut isn't versatile.
3.) Again, that's totally a matter of opinion. I find the dedicated volume and tone controls to be very useful.
4.) ^^ See above. Just because a regular Les Paul's neck joint isn't comfortable for you, doesn't mean that somebody else won't like it. Personally, I love the LP's neck joint, and the way it fills my palm when I play, but I don't expect you to like it just because I do.
5.) Not all Les Pauls use the green tulips, for one. Second, if they suck so bad, why are people still using them?
Yeah, and neither are you. I respect your opinion, but frankly, some of those points are just weak.
No hard feelings.