The original idea for the Epiphone Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar was to create a somewhat lower-priced Paul by dispensing with some cosmetics. The result was an especially clean, handsome guitar wit... Read More
The original idea for the Epiphone Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar was to create a somewhat lower-priced Paul by dispensing with some cosmetics. The result was an especially clean, handsome guitar with all the Les Paul essentials. Newly designed in 2004, the Studio now has a thicker body that matches its namesake, hot open-coil humbuckers, a set mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard, and mahogany body with carved top. Alpine White finish. The LockTone stopbar tailpiece and Tune-O-Matic bridge provide great sustain and tone, and make string changing easier. Limited lifetime warranty.
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Epiphone Les Paul Studio
I just got this guitar last week, and it is unbelievable. There is no feedback whatsoever from my Vox AD50VT. For such a low price, I wasn't expecting the high quality I...Read complete review
I just got this guitar last week, and it is unbelievable. There is no feedback whatsoever from my Vox AD50VT. For such a low price, I wasn't expecting the high quality I received. The white is absolutely beautiful and I still cannot get over the physical and electrical quality of this guitar. One last thing that made me extremely happy, was how the neck is not bolt-on. The body, the neck, and the head are all one piece. I highly recommend this guitar to all styles and levels of guitarists.
Most Liked Negative Review
Decent guitar for the price.
I got this guitar a about 6 months ago and its done its job. It has a very clean look but have had a few issues. When it came in the mail the action...Read complete review
I got this guitar a about 6 months ago and its done its job. It has a very clean look but have had a few issues. When it came in the mail the action was way too high and made it difficult to do lead lines and solos. It also goes out of tune extremely easily. So easy that it should come in a package deal with a chromatic tuner. When my band plays shows i must retune it between every song its been such a hassle. also the bottom e string hums on the first four frets, so i have had issues with it while trying to perform riffs in that area. But besides all of that its been a great guitar. Im looking to upgrade to a better guitar tho extremely soon.
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Got this guitar for christmas. All i can say is freakin beast. This thing sounds so good i cant describe it. Get this one.
I bought this guitar kind of on a whim while waiting for my car to be serviced at a nearby dealership. I walked in planning to just joy-ride a few guitars. The playability, the rich warm tone, and the sustain cried out to me "Take me home!". So I did... I have been playing a Fender Stratocaster since 1986 and still love the instrument, but it has that typical Strat problem with the pickup position switch starting to go bad. That's how I justified the purchase to myself. I do not regret the purchase for one instant. I run it through a 100W Peavey Vypyr amp and it sounds great on any tone setting I've tried.
I bought this guitar about two weeks ago, and ive probably let it sit in its stand for a total of 0 seconds From what my old guitar was (Squire Stratocaster) this Les Paul is exceptionally better. The most noticeable thing that was different were the tuners. When i picked up my old Strat, i'd have to check if the strings were in tune which was kind of annoying! The pickups are also a big leap forward because obviously they picked up the tone alot better. I almost forgot about the strings! The strings on this model actually sound like an acoustic guitar without the amp! With the strat it sounded almost like the strings were plastic. I really see now that this review only matters if your upgrading from a strat, or something close to it. I don't really care because this guitar is FLIPPIN' AMAZING!!!!(for what its priced at)
I just picked one of these up about 2 weeks ago and I can't stop thinking about it. The classic look of a Les Paul combined with the sleek and sexy alpine white finish and chrome hardware make this guitar a sight to see. The sound quality is fantastic. I am very pleased with my purchase. I almost never write product reviews, but I am so happy with my new Les Paul that here I am!
I bought this guitar about 2 months ago and have been VERY happy with it. I got the alpine white color and the finish is beautiful. As for the sound, its as good as the epi standards and customs and even sounds great through my 15 watt practice amp. Has a real les paul feel to it. I wish that it had the trapazoid inlays instead of dots but for the price this is a fantastic deal! Don't hesitate, buy one!
I have had this guitar in black for three years and it is okay, I really loved it when I bought it and it sounded pretty good, its not a gibson, so i was not great. It is now very annoying with tuning, especially with the d string, and there are many flaws in the fretboard. So, if you are looking for a short term guitar heres one, but this will fall apart as it gets older.
Fairly ok guitar for the price thats being paid for it. i got mine almost a year ago now, and its held up well, and what can i say? its built well. just some issues with cheap parts. The fretboard is the main issue. after about 3 or 4 months of playing, it starts to wear down and get scratchy. The pickups aren't half bad, but they could easily be exchanged. The tuners don't stay in tune very long, but just long enough to get the job gone. And they, too, can be changed out. all in all, a fairly good guitar.
My brother picked this guitar out for me and he bought me it for christmas. Right out of the box Ioved the look of this guitar. I fell even more in love with it after I plugged it in. The pick ups on it are great, its fairly easy to play on. The neck is a little thicker than I'm use to, but other than that it plays very nicely. Up until now I have had no problems with the guitar and I still love the way it looks. I recommend this guitar for anyone who wants a great guitar without paying a lot of money for one.
my wife and daughter surprized me with this axe i have a few gibson les pauls but this one feels so good and sounds awsome its my baby ive always wanted a white les paul i changed the machine heads to vintage and pinstriped it for the tux look its sweet worth the money.i play her now more than my gibson (only because i dont like takeing my gibsons out of the house)).but this axe is great for the money.
I just received this guitar a couple days ago. Its a really nice, and smooth looking guitar, and was definitely worth the price. I have three other guitars and this one is by far my favorite I also love the Alpine white finish.The only thing i dislike is re-tuning it after every song, but i think the reason for that is because something needs to be adjusted no big deal though. I recommend this guitar to intermediate players and proffesionals.
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