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Epiphone Limited Edition Les Paul Custom PRO Electric Guitar
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A professionally upgraded Les Paul Custom in a limited edition Silverburst.

The king of solid body guitars, the Les Paul Custom made its debut in 1954 after the initial success of the Les Paul Goldtop. Les Paul himself originally suggested black as a great color for a new Les Paul because it looked "classy" and went well with a tuxedo on stage. Now, you can own this Les Paul Custom in a limited edition Silverburst finish. And with its chrome appointments, fully bound body, neck and headstock and mother-of-pearl inlays, we think you'll still agree that the Limited Edition Epiphone Les Paul Custom is "dressed to kill." Now featuring ProBucker 2 and ProBucker 3 humbucking pickups, chrome hardware, multi-binding on body (top and back), neck and headstock as well as split-diamond mother-of-pearl headstock and block fretboard inlays, it's as gorgeous as it is deadly. Case sold separately.

Epiphone Limited Edition Les Paul Custom PRO Electric Guitar Features:

  • Mahogany body
    Carved mahogany top
    24.75" Scale set-in mahogany neck
    Rosewood fretboard
    22 Medium jumbo frets
    ProBucker 2 neck humbucker with coil-split
    ProBucker 3 bridge humbucker with coil-split
    Tune-o-matic bridge with LockTone Stopbar tailpiece
    Grover tuners
    Block inlay
    Case sold separately

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    As reviewed by Alex Rotelli on 2/25/2013

    To start off, this guitar is absolutely awesome. Not only is it beautiful looking, it's sound is also excellent. Lets start with appearance. The pictures on this site dont even begin to show how detailed and glossy the finish is on this guitar. When i opened it up i was truly amazed at how beautiful it was. From the silverburst finish to the pearl inlay fretboard, this guitar is very nice looking. I have had it for about a year and a half now and have had no problems with it. It is built tough with quality components so you know it will not fall apart. Now lets get to sound. This guitar is pretty versatile when it comes to sound. It is perfect for Rock and even Metal because it has that crunchy feel to the tone when you kick it into treble. Its also great for blues or soft melodies. When you turn down the distortion and bass, this guitar can play some sweet higher tones. It is worth the money, no doubt! For the overall appearance, sound, and build, I would give this guitar a 5 star rating for the money it costs. Buy it!

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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  • About the Guitar... Not the Value

    As reviewed by Sigmund on 10/28/2014

    I was looking to get into an LP model, being a Strat fan and player from eons ago when trying to learn guitar, learn music theory, get comfortable with a guitar and eventually try to master it, I stuck to the same guitars through all of that. So to that end I still have my Martin D28, and like most players, I've maintained it and still have it and play it. After that, delving into the electric market, I was a huge Pink Floyd fan, and that swayed me into the Fender Stratocaster purchase in 1986, and I still have that guitar as well as two more Fender Strats purchased along the way. Admittedly, I'm one of those people that become loyal to a brand that does me right, and Fender did that, as has Martin, and my investments have been minimal based on reliability and basically taking care of the guitars. Now, sorry for boring you all, but here's where I was headed. I was looking to buy a Les Paul model guitar, because anyone that is my age, grew up with the 70's and 80's music always prevalent, I knew I was missing that sound. I ventured into GC and was set with a $2,000 budget set aside to make the purchase. It wasn't one I was going to do by impulse, I was going to play many of the available guitars. I even dabbled with a Telecaster thought and trial during this purchasing process. I even made the purchase of a Gibson Les Paul Studio, took it home, and played it for nearly three weeks. Gibson is an truly an excellent guitar, loved the sound, and I was glad I added it to my modest, but reliable collection. So, as fate would have it, I ambled by the GC for some strings for the Martin and I saw this guitar. I loved the look, so I asked to play it a little and that was quickly arranged. I have to say the guitar was very comfortable, and while made in China, that actually was the last thing on my radar, because I just loved the look of the guitar, the triple binding that was real, not painted on and general feel was very smooth. The sound was incredible, and the potential to change it up by splitting the coils and also putting the pickups out of phase gave limitless options to work with. I wasn't very familiar with humbuckers like many Les Paul players, but the probucker 2 and 3 on this guitar were extremely good sounding. I played with the split coils and nearly got it very close to the sound of a Strat, then a push in of the volume controls and I was right back to that classic humbucker sound. The mother of pearl inlays are great in the fretboard and the guitar was setup perfectly right there in the store. I went home, researched it a little more, and realized at THAT TIME that this was an Epiphone. Okay, so I'm not a professional player, and I already stated that I was pretty much connected by all my experience to the guitars I owned, but I really was impressed with the sound, the versatility, the build, the little extras and I took my purchased Gibson back (was within the 30 days), purchased this guitar, caught it during a 15% sale, and now have in my possession this great sounding Epiphone guitar. It's a permanent addition, and will not be going back. I am not going to compare it to a Gibson, but I will say that exchanging the two guitars as I did had nothing to do with price. I was already committed and had shopped hard for the other LP and was happy with it. The fact is, this guitar, regardless of name on the mother of pearl inlay headstock, sounded great, let me expand my desire to play and is now having a couple of strats sitting on stands waiting their turn. It's a really solid guitar. Money wise, well worth the money, during the current sales this is a ridiculously affordable great electric for even the beginner, and for anyone that just wants to add a well built, great sounding and solid guitar, a great addition you will play and play often.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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  • It worthy for the set

    As reviewed by Matheus on 8/14/2014

    well... how can i start. I was at Guitar Center, and just put my eyes on this beautiful model. I asked to the salesman to show me a nice amp, which i could take everything of it. So i started to try this one. Even though it wasn't set up, i was able to realize that it has nice hardware, and sounds really cool. The pick-ups (good), tuning machines (perfect), body (perfect), paint job(awesome), everything in this guitar is great!

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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