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Epiphone Les Paul Special II Electric Guitar
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An affordable model with a mahogany body, bolt-on neck and dual humbuckers.

Epiphone's #1 selling model LP Special II is a great way for beginners to get started on guitar while getting the feel and tone of a Les Paul. Seasoned pros will also love the Special II because it's a great-sounding workhorse of a guitar that allows them to leave their more expensive axes at home.

Epiphone Les Paul Special II Electric Guitar Features:

  • Body
    Body shape: Single cutaway
    Body type: Solid body
    Body material: Solid wood
    Top wood: Not applicable
    Body wood: Solid mahogany
    Body finish: Gloss polyester
    Orientation: Right handed
    Shape: '60s SlimTaper D
    Wood: Mahogany
    Joint: Bolt-on
    Scale length: 24.75"
    Truss rod: Standard
    Finish: Gloss polyester
    Material: Rosewood
    Radius: 12"
    Fret size: Standard
    Number of frets: 22
    Inlays: Dot
    Nut width: 1.68" (42.67mm)
    Configuration: HH
    Neck: 650R
    Middle: Not applicable
    Bridge: 700T
    Brand: Epiphone
    Active or passive: Passive
    Series or parallel: Not applicable
    Piezo: Not applicable
    Active EQ: Not applicable
    Special electronics: Not applicable
    Control layout: Master volume, tone
    Pickup switch: 3-way
    Coil tap or split: Not applicable
    Kill switch: Not applicable
    Bridge type: Fixed
    Bridge design: Tune-o-matic
    Tailpiece: Stopbar
    Tuning machines: Enclosed
    Color: Nickel
    Number of strings: 6-string
    Special features: Body finish
    Case: Sold separately
    Accessories: Not applicable
    Country of origin: China

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  • Amazing guitar for the value

    As reviewed by John on 5/1/2015

    I bought this guitar after playing it for about 30 minutes at my local Guitar Center. I couldn't believe how good it sounded. I bought it as soon as I was done playing. I'm no beginner, nor am I an expert, but I play a lot and I have many other guitars. This one has now become my new go to for recording and playing live. The neck has amazing action. I can't tell any difference in playing from my strat to this, which is very nice. If anything, this plays smoother than my strat. If you are thinking about it, but still on the fence, just buy it, you won't regret it.

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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  • Great Guitar, Few Draw Backs

    As reviewed by Sean on 12/26/2014

    I would rate this guitar 5 stars, however there are only a few minor things that hold it back a little bit. The first is it's color and shape. It looks like and egg in my opinion. I bought a specific design because it does not look like the others but is. It isn't shown here and is hard to find on the internet. It has a deep blue edge (opposed to red as the most popular) with a lighter blue sunburst strip in the middle (instead of the yellow in the same design). If it weren't for this saving grace I'd rate it at 3 stars. The second is no pick guard. If it had one it would be improved greatly. But I understand why it doesn't because a pick guard would be more expensive and this is leaning to the beginner's side of the spectrum. Regardless, it would play the same with the pick guard. Third, and the biggest, is the amount of nobs and the lack of variety. There are only two nobs on the guitar: Volume and Tone. The Volume works perfectly. But contrary to other Les Pauls, there is only one Tone nob instead of four. It still works, I prefer to leave it at either 4 or 6, but there aren't as many options. This is where I find it hard whether to rate it 4 or 5 stars. It comes down to how advanced you are. I'm not a beginner, but I'm not an expert. My biggest flaw is I have very little knowledge of what the tone nobs actually do and I can't tell the difference. I like it because of the simplicity. Advanced players, in my own personal experience, can't play without the tone nobs being right. That paragraph was getting to long... For the third flaw, it depends. If you're advanced it is still an amazing guitar, it just lacks one thing. If you're starting out or are like me you'll be blown away by the quality of it. I'll end with a few things I liked very much about the guitar: The inlays are dots, the simplicity of the nobs, the ease of playing (and bending), clarity of Rhythm setting, volume nob, placement of Rhythm/Lead setting switch, pick ups aren't plated. Thanks for reading!

    4 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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