The Epiphone Limited Edition Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar Is a dressed up studio edition that gives you all the great tone and sustain you expect from a meaty set-neck mahogany body with 12"... Read More
The Epiphone Limited Edition Les Paul Studio Deluxe Electric Guitar Is a dressed up studio edition that gives you all the great tone and sustain you expect from a meaty set-neck mahogany body with 12" radius for strings bends that won't fret out. The addition of Alnico Classic Plus humbuckers gives you even more low-end punch and midrange crunch. The LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece add more sustain and make string changing easier. This instrument is a super value offering the great tone, looks, and playability you expect from a Les Paul at an affordable price.
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I have owned many guitars in my lifetime...My favorites being the Stratocaster and the Les Paul...of course! Times heve changed and I was down to one guitar, A 2006 American...Read complete review
I have owned many guitars in my lifetime...My favorites being the Stratocaster and the Les Paul...of course! Times heve changed and I was down to one guitar, A 2006 American Standard Stratocaster. (which I love) BUT...Having owned three Les Pauls in my lifetime--All Gibson, I wanted one, but could not afford one. so I thought! Then, I see this Epiphone Les Paul Studio deluxe limited edition...I took a chance and I am glad I did...This particular Guitar is almost every bit as worthy as it's Gibson counterpart...There is not ONE thing I can say that is negative about this guitar so far...Now--I have both...which I think every guitarist should have as these two guitars are the industry standards of guitars...Don't hesitate to purchase this guitar, it will not let you down in ANY way...For this price point, it doesn't get any better in the Les Paul Dept. In fact, This has (at least for now) become my main guitar)...It is totally Gig Worthy, and as far as I'm concerned, every bit as good as the basic Gibson Les Paul...I know...I had Three of them. I did not expect this much guitar at this price point. You will feel the same way I'm sure...Do it! You'll be so glad you did!
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Lets get this straight
okay look. I bought this guitar to replace another epiphone. I bought it in alpine white. When i got it, it sounded amazing! the pickups had a very nice rich, deep tone...Read complete review
okay look. I bought this guitar to replace another epiphone. I bought it in alpine white. When i got it, it sounded amazing! the pickups had a very nice rich, deep tone to them, and it went well with my line 6 amp. but the qhuality of the guitar??... NOT GOOD. not only was one of the tone knobs loose (i tried to fix it but it was broken) but the gold finish was already faded on the pickups when i PULLED IT OUT OF THE BOX. ive had it for one week, and half of the gold is gone. so if your getting this guitar, go for the red finish, not alpine, and beware the quality...
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I have been playing, recording, and enjoying guitars for nearly 25 years. Bang for the buck, this cannot be beat! I have recorded with this, played live with this guitar and sold my favorite Custom Ibanez RG 470 after buying this! Initial factory setup and strings are less than optimal (no big deal). I set it up with my favorite Super Slinky 9s and dropped the action almost to the point of getting fret buzz. Running this monster through a Boss GT8 effects board and Fender ProRoc 1000 1/2 stack this guitar is right at home with hard rock to smooth jazz. Fit and finish are excellent, I cannot say enough about this.
The first thing you notice is the great design and beauty of the guitar, I got the wine red, stunning from head to toe. The pickups are nice and do a good job, great rock sound with crunch and distortion, it has very nice sustain, nice and easy bridge to replace the strings as well. The neck has a great design and layout for nice smooth finger action, gotta love those inlays. This guitar in my opinion is for those who are serious about their guitar playing as a hobby and getting good smooth play and sound but not wanting to spend a fortune on a professional guitar, I use this to jam in my apartment and think this guitar fits that description to the T. So far, so good, I've only owned it for a week now but I'm liking it a lot so far...
This guitar is absolutely stunning in the wine red finish. It looks amazing and also plays amazing. This is my second guitar my first being a jackson dinky. This guitar is pretty heavy compared to the jackson but you get used to it pretty quick. The pick ups are pretty weak for metal or hard rock but sound very good clean. I'm gonna put some emgs in it to give it the metal sound. Overall I think this guitar is pretty solid and well built. The only annoying thing is the made in china sticker on the back of the neck and it doesnt come off very easily. Other than the weak pick ups for metal and that annoying sticker this guitar is amazing and is comfortable even after hours of playing. Eventually I would love to get a real les paul but this is the next best thing.
iv had this ax for a month or so and i still love it. the tuners keep tune. and the neck pickup sounds awesome with tons of gain. the quality was perfect and inspected in the usa. the finish was flawless and there was not any striped screws . my ibenz and my fender both had striped screws so i had to make sure. would i buy this product again? yes would i recommend it to a friend? yep id let them try it out and fall in love with it. i got the wine red one and it looks really good glossy finish and you can see the wood grain just looking at it makes me want to play it they really should put a new pic up of it .
my old guitar was a jump starter from ibanez but this guitar is better in every way the tuners are smooth and are not hard at all too tune the tone is beautiful clean or distorted the neck is like a acoustic neck and it plays really well in fact its improved my sweep appetitos i did 3 of them up to tempo i was shocked the sustain is awesome no buzz and the quality of the guitar looks so awesome in a gloss red wine finish if your thinking of buying this guitar i say do it i only wish i bout this guitar rather than my old one such a awesome guitar it is a little heavy but not by that much i give it 5 stars
Ive been playing guitar for 10 years now a and im only 18 and I just bought this guitar not to long ago cause im a fan of Les Paul's, and once i set it up to my liking i fell in love with it. Even know i own a Epiphone Les Paul Standard, Custom, and a 1966 reissue G400, Ibanez SA isteries, and a Jackson soloist, i barely even play those guitars anymore ever since i got this one,the built quality is amazing, the only flaw and its not the biggest deal in the world is the tuners, i give them a 4.8 out of 5, but everything else is perfect. I didnt mean to show off all my guitars btw hahaha
i recently traded my bandmate charlie a fender studio 100 half stack for his epiphone les paul studio delux. i dont regret it in the least. yea i kinda miss my half stack but i have other amps. anyone who isn't sure what guitar to buy u really really really should give this guitar a try. i love it. i used to have a epiphone les paul 100. i really liked it to but nothin compares to this. set necks are awesome. and i personally think every guitar shoud come with a tune o matic bridge. they really have great sustaain and hold a tune very very well. if u dont know what ti get look no further. this is the guitar for you. i honestly like the studios better than the standards. theres a simplicity that just makes me love it that much more.
ive had this guitar for a few days, i bought it as a backup for my 72 tele deluxe reissue i picked this up at a local guitar center (used) with the stickers still on it. after playing it a few hours i can def. say that it is worth paying full price. wine red finish. beautiful red stain, you can see the wood grain. nice weight and balance. feels like a genuine les paul. no binding on body and neck, not a big deal for low cost. tuners are nice, the greenish key. very good copy of the gibson studio version. hardware seems quality. im very pleased with this purchase. This guitar is warm and mellow. smooth.
I bought this guitar looking for a more rich, and deep tone. I was pleased to find I got what I was looking for. I have a fender stratocaster which has a more sharp and hot tone coming out of it, but I just couldn't get it to be more settling and deep or tone. So I got the Epiphone. It can be deep and rich, but at the flip of switch, it can turn into a sharp high tone. Perfect for Rock, Blues, Country, you name it. Not only does the sound quality blow me away, but the quality of the guitars appearance is outstanding. I got the guitar in the wine red finish, and It is one of the most beautiful guitars I have ever seen. I definiatly reccomend this to anyone who wants a high quality guitar for a low price. Happy rockin'.
When I first got this guitar i was amazed on the looks and playing. This guitar is made for beginners wanting to see what the les paul world is like. The pick ups are nice but not the most power full pickups, if you are a metal guy or will by using distortion on this it will sound good at the time but if you listin to other pick ups you will feel as if these dont have any power to them. I have had this for 2 years now and the frets have started wearing down and the knobs have begon falling of. I dont play gigs and this never left my house besides going to lessons. I treated it very well. Good for beginners but not a guitar that you want to last along time.
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