This Epiphone Limited Edition Les Paul features a mahogany body with a carved mahogany top and a fast slim profile mahogany neck. This regally decked-out limited-edition electric guitar also has gold ... Click To Read More About This Product
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This Epiphone Limited Edition Les Paul features a mahogany body with a carved mahogany top and a fast slim profile mahogany neck. This regally decked-out limited-edition electric guitar also has gold hardware including Grover tuning machines, the LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece create more sustain and make string changing easier. The 22-fret rosewood fretboard has a 14" radius to keep bent notes from choking or fretting out and sports trapezoid inlays. The Limited-Edition Les Paul Standard is loaded with a 650R humbucker pickup in the neck position and a 700T humbucker in the bridge position with individual pickup volume and tone controls.
Style: Single-cutaway Les Paul
Scale length: 24-3/4"
Neck Profile: Slim-tapered
Fingerboard radius: 14"
No. of frets: 22
Fingerboard inlays: Trapezoid
Nut width: 1-11/16"
Neck pickup: 650R humbucker
Bridge pickup: 700T humbucker
Controls: Two Volume, Two Tone, 3-way toggle pickup selector
LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece for more sustain and easier string changing
Case: Not Included
Reviewed by 7 customers
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when i got this guitar and i played it was like magic the sound its perfect and the price is incredible i preffer this than my gibson les paul
Amazing guitar, best for the value. Don't even think about getting a Strat i went to guitar center and this blew them all away by miles, it is as good as a Gibson. I own it paired wit a Line 6 spider 4 amp. It was love at first sight.
Well i got this guitar last wekk in ive been playing it and it sounds beautiful ..not only the sound is good but hte look and the feel of the guitar is beautiful too ...this is a good guitar for the price good for begiiners and professionals...
While this is only my 3rd guitar, it far exceeds any others I've owned. I tried out gibson les paul standards in the store, and the sounds and fretboard play are simply amazing. The mahogany wood is great, and will age beautifully. It rarely goes out of tune. A great guitar for the price! I love it.
I've never owned an honest-to-goodness Gibson Les Paul, but I did once own a Gibson SG, and this guitar plays and sounds at least as good as the SG did. If you're a pro, or rich, maybe the $1,800 difference in price between this guitar and a "real" Les Paul makes some sense, but otherwise there's absolutely no reason to set yourself back the extra money.
I had an opportunity to "test drive" one of these guitars, and was impressed indeed! Despite it's origins, it was a well constructed guitar, and the sounds I got out of it through a little Marshall practice amp (MG15) WERE NOTHING SHORT OF AMAZING! Did several types of music, and it handled them all beautifully. It almost was SG-like in tone, very light in weight, I especially dug the satin finish of the guitar, especially the neck, just made playing it a pure joy! Wasn't real keen on the gold hardware, but that all can be changed out. I went to Guitar Center to look at Dots, tried this guitar, and now intend to buy one very soon to add to my collection...very nice! I'd give it 10 stars if I could, most defnately 5 stars...KUDOS Epiphone!!
This guitar is amazing, well built, the neck was straight didn't need any adjustments at all. It's easy to play although I'm just learning. The action is perfect not too high. It has a great sound too. I love it.
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