Les Paul Guitars
Les Paul Guitars
Since the first Les Paul guitar was introduced in 1952, there has been a seemingly endless range of versions. For example, there was the original Les Paul Custom which contained two P-90s (later released with two humbuckers). In 1954, there was the Les Paul Junior: a model designed for students and containing a single P-90 pickup. Then along came the Les Paul Special, which sported a slab body, a TV Yellow finish and saw the return of two P-90s. And of course, the Les Paul Standard hit the scene in 1958 and was loaded with PAF humbuckers and featured a tune-o-matic bridge with a stop tailpiece. Today, Les Paul guitars are available for every taste and budget and it's all thanks to companies like Gibson and Epiphone who take pride in preserving Les Paul's discerning legacy.
With a section this big, you'll definitely want to consider narrowing down your options by refining your search. You can do that by checking specific boxes that pertain to your needs and preferences - for instance, if you're a beginner who doesn't want to spend an arm and a leg, click on "Guitar Value Packages" and only top selling bundles will appear. In the Epiphone Les Paul Electric Guitar Player Pack, you'll receive a Les Paul Special II guitar along with an Electar-10 amp with overdrive, Epiphone gig bag, pinch-on tuner, strap, cable, picks and even free online lessons from eMedia.
Now for all you experienced players who want a killer axe between $500 and $700, you can check the box specifically under "Price" and be given amazing options in that price range. Need some suggestions? Check out the Epiphone 1956 Les Paul Pro Electric Guitar, the Gibson 2016 Les Paul CM electric or a killer signature model like the Epiphone Limited Edition Tommy Thayer "White Lightning" Signature Les Paul. Of course, there are plenty of masterpieces over $1500 here as well. Models like the Gibson 2015 Les Paul Less Plus Commemorative Electric Guitar and the Platinum Gibson Les Paul Classic Double Cutaway are stunning axes that deserve the attention of any serious slinger.
We could go on and on about how many Les Paul guitars exist in the world, but your best bet is to jump into this catalog and see for yourself. It simply can't be argued that the Les Paul guitar changed musical history, and the extensiveness of these pages makes it obvious that its extraordinary influence will continue for many years to come.