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Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit

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A ukulele with some classic rock attitude.

The Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit includes a beautiful Les Paul shaped ukulele and a sturdy Epiphone gig bag. This is a great package for someone who wants to add to their setup a ukulele with some classic rock attitude.

The Les Paul ukulele is made of mahogany with a flame maple veneer top. It has a concert-size body that's slightly larger and louder (with deeper tone) than a soprano ukulele. It accepts standard G, C, E, A tuning. The neck is also mahogany with a rosewood fretboard and a D-profile for smooth fingering.

The rosewood bridge houses an Epiphone passive piezo pickup, which is wired to a standard ¼" output jack for easy connection to an amp or mixer for live performance or recording.

FEATURES
Body Type: Les Paul; Concert Uke
Body Wood: Mahogany
Top wood: Flame Maple Veneer
Scale Length: 15"
Neck Joint: Bolt-on 4-bolt recessed
Neck Wood: Mahogany
Fretboard: Rosewood
Neck Shape: D-profile
# frets: 19 silver nickel
Nut Width: 1-5/16"
Fretboard Radius: 16"
Bridge: Rosewood
Pickup Bridge: Piezo
Controls: None - Passive
Tuners: Open; 14:1 Diecast
Hardware color: Nickel
Finish: Polyurethane
Includes Epiphone gig bag

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EpiphoneLes Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit
 
4.4

(based on 80 reviews)

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    (52)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (16)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (5)

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    (3)

91%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good tone (35)
  • Well built / quality (26)
  • Consistent (24)
  • Long life (5)

Cons

  • Poor tone quality (4)

Best Uses

  • Practicing (35)
  • Concerts (18)
  • Back-up (13)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (30), Novice (14), Professional musician (9)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

A Perfect Starter Uke

I have been playing this uke for about 2 years now and have it used in a various settings: live, studio, practice, etc. Over the course of this time I have become...Read complete review

I have been playing this uke for about 2 years now and have it used in a various settings: live, studio, practice, etc. Over the course of this time I have become quite familiar with it and feel comfortable discussing various qualities/pitfalls with this model. This is my first uke and I was able to get it used at a good price and so I figured why not. As another reviewer noted it is beautiful and the pictures on this site are not very good at all. When plugged in you can control a lot of the tone through pedals and mixing. In addition, I put this through a BOSS ME-80 and its distortion rivals my Gibson!
The biggest drawback is that when it is not plugged in the sound is not very rich due to its thin body. That is a small drawback though given it is designed to be plugged in.
To see it in action look up Summer Jam - W.S. Walcott Medicine Show by Theatres in the Round on YouTube.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Epiphone Les Paul Ukulele

I definitely rate this Uke a 9, particularly with the price considered. I was really kind of expecting the finish to look Cheesy, but for the price, I wasn't gonna complain. Well...Read complete review

I definitely rate this Uke a 9, particularly with the price considered. I was really kind of expecting the finish to look Cheesy, but for the price, I wasn't gonna complain. Well the pics don't do it justice, it's really well executed. One "sticking point" might be that they call it an acoustic/electric, and if you are looking for an accoustic uke that ya can plug in too . . .it may disappoint. It's simply too quiet without being connected to an amp for even living room play for friends. This is GREAT for me personally though, because I can really play it after my girlfriend goes to bed, instead of trying to play quietly on my Oscar Schmidt Accoustic. which will wake her up if I forget and try to work out the strings heavily. This one won't do that, so it works well for me. The sound is actually excellent in "acoustic mode", just very quiet. The uke did come with a small low end (but adequate) amp cable.

I also bought a Raven RG20 Amp, and once I plugged it in, well DANG! This little Uke can flat-out rock. Even with the limitations of the basic, low-frills amp, you can get a lot of different sounds out of this uke, and do it with ease. I can't wait to get an effects pedal in the middle!

Even with just the basic amp, it was easy to get nice clean sound for songs like "The Boxer" by Simon and Garfunkle, or enough distortion and such fro some Pink Floyd, or even a somewhat "grunge rock" type sound. It's just a really easy uke to play, simple as that.

To be honest, I can't imagine getting a nicer electric uke for less money. I'd have been satisfied if I'd paid 250 bucks for it, quite honestly. For those wondering what amp to get for a uke like this, I just took a guess, but the RG20 is working well for me on the uke and with the way/what I play. and seems like it would even suffice for playing in a small neighborhood pub or whatever. Kudos to Epiphone on this ukulele . . .and dang, how else can ya get a brand new Les Paul for this price?
I'm satisfied with this ukulele immensely. I don't care for the pick guard, but hey, it is made to mimic a Les Paul guitar. And some folks will surely use a pick, so I'm being overly critical on that point. The Uke did come with a amp cable, I was glad since I forgot to order one along with the Uke And Amp I ordered. A low end, but adequate cable.

The passive pickup works MUCH better than I expected it to. I may add a preamp later, but for now, I'm perfectly happy with the passive setup . . .and I didn't expect to be.
I can't imagine anyone rating this Ukuleles quality less than a 10, particularly with the price being considered. It looks MUCH better than even the advertising pictures show, which surprised me. The finish was perfect. I talk about that the overall review. I expected the sunburst pattern to look kinda "stenciled" like it does in the advertizing pictures . . . which it didn't. I'd have been happy with the quality at twice the price. The neck was perfect, frets set well and level, nothing even threatening to buzz, everything was ready to go after a quick tune.
Again, what can I say . . . . A Les Paul ukulele . . . . for about the price of a toaster oven.

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(12 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Epiphone Les Paul Ukulele

By Woodcutterron

from West Point

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Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

I definitely rate this Uke a 9, particularly with the price considered. I was really kind of expecting the finish to look Cheesy, but for the price, I wasn't gonna complain. Well the pics don't do it justice, it's really well executed. One "sticking point" might be that they call it an acoustic/electric, and if you are looking for an accoustic uke that ya can plug in too . . .it may disappoint. It's simply too quiet without being connected to an amp for even living room play for friends. This is GREAT for me personally though, because I can really play it after my girlfriend goes to bed, instead of trying to play quietly on my Oscar Schmidt Accoustic. which will wake her up if I forget and try to work out the strings heavily. This one won't do that, so it works well for me. The sound is actually excellent in "acoustic mode", just very quiet. The uke did come with a small low end (but adequate) amp cable.

I also bought a Raven RG20 Amp, and once I plugged it in, well DANG! This little Uke can flat-out rock. Even with the limitations of the basic, low-frills amp, you can get a lot of different sounds out of this uke, and do it with ease. I can't wait to get an effects pedal in the middle!

Even with just the basic amp, it was easy to get nice clean sound for songs like "The Boxer" by Simon and Garfunkle, or enough distortion and such fro some Pink Floyd, or even a somewhat "grunge rock" type sound. It's just a really easy uke to play, simple as that.

To be honest, I can't imagine getting a nicer electric uke for less money. I'd have been satisfied if I'd paid 250 bucks for it, quite honestly. For those wondering what amp to get for a uke like this, I just took a guess, but the RG20 is working well for me on the uke and with the way/what I play. and seems like it would even suffice for playing in a small neighborhood pub or whatever. Kudos to Epiphone on this ukulele . . .and dang, how else can ya get a brand new Les Paul for this price?
I'm satisfied with this ukulele immensely. I don't care for the pick guard, but hey, it is made to mimic a Les Paul guitar. And some folks will surely use a pick, so I'm being overly critical on that point. The Uke did come with a amp cable, I was glad since I forgot to order one along with the Uke And Amp I ordered. A low end, but adequate cable.

The passive pickup works MUCH better than I expected it to. I may add a preamp later, but for now, I'm perfectly happy with the passive setup . . .and I didn't expect to be.
I can't imagine anyone rating this Ukuleles quality less than a 10, particularly with the price being considered. It looks MUCH better than even the advertising pictures show, which surprised me. The finish was perfect. I talk about that the overall review. I expected the sunburst pattern to look kinda "stenciled" like it does in the advertizing pictures . . . which it didn't. I'd have been happy with the quality at twice the price. The neck was perfect, frets set well and level, nothing even threatening to buzz, everything was ready to go after a quick tune.
Again, what can I say . . . . A Les Paul ukulele . . . . for about the price of a toaster oven.

(10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Sounds as good as the PRICE! SWEET DEAL!

By Dan J

from North Carolina

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Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

I'm new to the electric ukulele. So I also needed an amp. I went to a local music shop to test a few with the best ukulele's they have. Let me just say, if you want a ukulele you can plug in, epiphone has given you a golden opportunity. This les paul ukulele sounds just as good if not better than the ones that sell for a lot more. The two features I noticed the pricey ones have over the les paul ukulele are EQ and projection when unplugged. Can you buy a better ukulele? Yes you can, but why would you need to?
This ukulele has 19 frets, A beautiful finish, and looks like a LES PAUL! It comes with a gig bag and a cable. There is no EQ but in my opinion it is not missed.
This little baby feels solid in your hands. The sound, most importantly, is smoking when plugged in. However it has little projection when unplugged. It still has a very sweet tone unplugged and could be mic'd to give an entirely different sound than the pick up provides. The finish is chipped where the neck is bolted to the body, but it is a micro blemish. The gig bag is black with the epiphone logo printed on the front. The bag is featured with a double zipper and has a pocket to store strings, cables, autographs, ect... The cable is low quality but works.
Best deal. So happy.

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

My les paul uke

By person person

from san leandro, ca

Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

Overrall this a perfect uke. one of the best that ive played on for three years.
this is the best uke i have i used to play a mahalo (good beginers uke) then kala now epiphone the sound is awesome you have to go through the pain of streching strings but that's normal
the best quality. sounds good unplugged and pluged perfect sound. (kind of heavy at first if not used to using electric ukes)

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

les paul uke

By gary rutstein

from NH

Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

I recomend this for people who never played an instrument....perfect for starters.
I never thought of buying a ukulele until I was checking out at a guitar store and saw this little thing that looked like a mini Les Paul. After playing around with it for a couple of minutes I knew I had to get one of these. For the money it can't be beat...and sounds awesome when plugged in.
For the price, what can I say? Can't beat it.
worth every penny

(7 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Mediocre

By Bass Crazy

from Canada

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Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

Overall, I would NOT buy this instrument again and wouldn't suggest it to people without warning them of my issues. If this ukulele broke, I'd replace it with a Kala. I wasn't very well pleased with this uke (or it's cheap gig bag) and will not be holding onto it for much longer.
I bought this uke after previously owning a Beaver Creek (no-name Canadian brand) ukulele and then a Kala Mahogany KA-C ukulele. I had made the decision to sell my Kala and buy this Epiphone because I've been overwhelmingly pleased with my Thunderbird Pro IV bass and trusted the Epiphone brand (although I have been skeptical in my 7 years of being a musician). I must say that after owning the Epi uke for about 3 months now, I am looking to sell it in order to buy my Kala back. I had bought this ukulele because it had a built in pickup (which my Kala did not have) and it looked sweet! I was pleased with the aesthetics but the sound quality is just missing. I had heard this uke has two very different sounds when plugged into a system and when played acoustically. This is exactly true and I'll highlight it in the next section.
Note: I replaced the strings on my epiphone ukulele instantly because I was told to do so. If you own this ukulele (or are going to), CHANGE THE STRINGS. Although I bash the ukulele a little bit in the next paragraph, you will hear a substancial difference in sound quality (for the better) if you change the strings.When played acoustically, this ukulele has a very flat sound. I say that especially because the ukulele itself is very flat. This affects the whole sound of the instrument and does not sound like a true ukulele much at all. However, that being said, this should be expected by anyone purchasing the ukulele because it clearly IS an acoustic/electric combo. Because of that, there needs to be sacrifice on both ends to meet in the middle.When playing through a system, this ukulele has an even worse sound. I have played it alongside another ukulele player who didn't have a pickup so we just mic'ed her ukulele. Hers, without being plugged right into the system, sounded much better and fuller than my epi did plugged in. I was almost embarrassed at how poorly my instrument sounded.
I would honestly say I'm quite let down with this product. I do not feel like the value is there at all and as I said before, i'm currently in the process of selling it to afford a REAL ukulele.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great value for a starter instrument

By DKBR

from Phoenix, AZ

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Pros

  • Electric Option
  • Good Tone

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Backup
    • Practicing

    Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

    Nice instrument. Sounds good. Great to be able to plug in. Got it for my daughter to learn on and she loves it. Need to retune often, but it's a great starter ukulele with strong features for the money.

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    Good for beginner/cash strapped

    By soreilly85

    from Stratford, Ontario

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Looks good
    • Sounds Okay Plugged In
    • Very Strong Body

    Cons

    • Strings
    • Tricky To Tune
    • Very Quiet Unplugged

    Best Uses

    • Practicing

    Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

    this was my first electro-acoustic uke and I would honestly say it was a poorly chosen one on my part. Never, ever buy an instrument before you try it out. This is just too quiet for my needs when unplugged, and even when it's plugged in it offers very little control over the sound. The only positive part is when I dropped it bottom first on concrete, the body remained intact and the sound was unaffected.

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great Ukulele for Excellent Price

    By Valarie Peterson

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

    This is an amazing ukulele for its price. It feels extremely sturdy and has a very nice sound. While it would be nice if it was louder when not plugged-in, the pickup does a good job when it is plugged-in. If you are looking for a great beginner ukulele, this should definitely be on your list.

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great little Les Paul

    By PJ

    from Satellite Beach, FL

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    Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

    Without getting redundant, I've included all my comments above. At this price point, you should expect to have to do a little upgrading to get it playing as well as it's going to. That's certainly my goal. Looks good, feels good, pickup works well. All in all, much better than I expected, and among ukes this inexpensve, that's saying something. I think it would be unreasonable to expect the upgrades (bone nut/saddle, Aquila strings, set up, clean up small clearcoat run) and still get it anywhere near this price.
    All of my ratings are based on value received for the price I paid. This is a sweet little uke. The pickup works fine and I like a concert size. A little heavier than I thought it would be, but somehow this comes off as "quality." The bolt in neck is cool and adds to a look of authenticity.....its not glued in! Wouldn't have minded an active pickup with some nice LP style knobs on the body, bu then hey..........how much more would that have cost? (although I'd have probably paid it). Maybe an even more authentic, solid body LP uke in the future?
    Again, for the money, it's fantastic. The vintage burst finish is gorgeous with no obvious flaws with the exception of a small clearcoat run on the bottom inside edge of the sound hole. The finish is much deeper and richer looking than the pictures. The nut slots are very deep and not neatly finished. Nut and saddle are plastic and will need replaced, but I knew that I'd do that before I bought it. The intonation is pretty decent and the action nice and low. Of course the strings are junk, but then again, remember the price. The passive pickup works as well.
    As stated, all my ratings are based on value. I got mine on sale, so in my opinion, the value is "amazing." Perfect uke? No, but for the money, it's a 10. A good setup, Aquila low g strings, bone nut and saddle.........this puppy is gonna sing!

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Les Paul Ukulele

    By Uncle Pete

    from Floriduh

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    Pros

    • Consistent
    • Good Tone

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Concerts

      Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

      This Ukulele was designed to be used exclusively on stage, amplified. It performs amazingly, and coupled with a DigiTech stomp box, you can sound like Hawaiian Don Ho or Jeff Beck! Fit and finish is as good as my real Les Paul. Gig bag looks professional, quality black strings stay in tune. (Buy a Snark)! Its only shortcoming is the lack of a volume control. But, hey at this price?!

      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Impressive For The Price

      By 2-Doors

      from Capital District of New York

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      Pros

      • Good Tone

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Concerts
        • Practicing

        Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

        Bought this uke to use in band performances. It looks just like a mini Les Paul and I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of the workmanship. The amplified tone through the pa is excellent. For a low priced acoustic/electric uke you can't go wrong.

        (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        A delightful little axe

        By fingerpicker-1Vt4P

        from nj

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        Pros

        • Finish
        • Good Tone
        • Killer Looks
        • Playability
        • Solid Feel

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

            This little uke is a fun eye-catcher. Mine was made in Indonesia, and though the bag is worthless, the axe couldn't be more solid and more nicely finished. The finish is clean, the grain is beautiful, the neck is nice, and the thing stays in tune very well. The weight of the uke gives you the sense that you are playing a quality instrument. While the volume, might be a bit less than some others, the electric pickup is very true to the acoustic sound and completely useable as is. I am impressed and think the uke is worth its modest price.

            (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Great Uke!

            By thomas furlong

            from NC

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            Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

            Very happy with the product
            Now, please take into consideration that this is my first Uke. Due to never owning one before and the fact that this one has a few additional frets and will plug into my amp, I have given it a ten for features.
            Looks great.
            I'm very happy with it.

            (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            O.o = (cue Hallelujah Chorus)

            By Amber Jackson

            from South Carolina

            Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

            Do I recommend this little ukulele? Abso-fragging-lutely. It's affordable, a reputable brand and highly prized model, beautiful, has a good sound, is both electric and acoustic, is built quite well, and is the proudly displayed instrument in my room. I would recommend an amp, the Hal Leonard line of uke method books, an Ukulele Underground account, and a classy strap for this little beaut. Also, it should be noted that any standard guitar strap will work with this model. So, go crazy and pick one out that complements your finish. Also, if you intend to travel with it, I would recommend getting a hard gig bag. The included gig bag is good for carrying your uke from room to room or maybe (if you *really* trust your classmates/coworkers/etc) for local travel...but please don't trust a soft gig bag to protect your ukulele if you are going any distance at all. Just remember, keep calm and uke on!
            This ukulele has metal fittings, a well-constructed body, is both electric and acoustic, and is a blasted Les Paul. With the Epiphone name, most people assume electric capability automatically. I plugged this little uke into my el cheapo amp to test it out and was surprised by the way it shined. It has an intimate tone when used acoustically, and the strings are a little bright. This is not a bad thing for a beginner. Trust me. However, when you plug this little beaut into an amp, it booms out nice, clear, and loud. The only possible complaint I could see is the fact that there is no built-in equalizer. However, I don't see how it is necessary with this model's usage and would quite possibly have ruined the aesthetics of the piece.
            This concert uke lives up to the Les Paul name quite well. It is quite sturdy...for its size, it's built like a tank. The construction is quite good, and the fretboard performs beautifully even under my amateur fingers. The finish is beautiful and well-executed. The edges are smooth and have no snags from poor craftsmanship that are waiting to nick a finger or catch on a sweater.
            This uke is quite the bang for the buck, and, incidentally, it's the cheapest electric uke I was able to find. Under $100 for a quality ukulele is quite the bargain, especially when it's a reputable brand. I love buying from local shops, but there was no one in the entire state (with no exaggeration) that could touch the value of this particular model.

            (3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

             
            3.0

            Thin sound unamped, uneven tone amped

            By Sven Golly

            from Carlsbad, CA

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            Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

            I played with this for about 40 minutes in my local music store trying to decide whether to buy. I ended up not buying. I think you'd be better off with just about any concert-sized uke and adding your own pickup.
            Piezo pickup, decent fretboard, great looks.
            Seems well built but the pickup delivers a very boomy sound -- especially on the C string. Even running this through a pedal EQ doesn't get the G string in balance with the others. It almost disappears in the mix. Better strings might help? Played acoustically, it has very little projection although the tone is balanced.
            Only uke with a pickup in this price range.

            (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Excellent

            By Kay

            from Usa

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            Pros

            • Consistent
            • Good Tone

            Cons

              Best Uses

                Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

                Love the brightness from the rosewood fretboard! It grants such a happy, hypnotic quality to this uke's sound. I think this uke is great becuase it features the option to go electric! Les Paul-esque body looks slick and authentic. I have the classic sunburst and I really like the way the black melts into the orange and yellow. Plus-- string changes are really easy thanks to that slot brigde!

                (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Awesome Uke!!!

                By kirdog

                from Albuquerque, NM

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                Pros

                • Consistent
                • Good Tone
                • Nice Sound Stays In Tune
                • Strong

                Cons

                • None

                Best Uses

                • Backup
                • Concerts
                • Good Sound Accelectric
                • Great Sound Accoustic
                • Great Sound Electric
                • Practicing

                Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

                I play in a Band. It is a good compliment to the Mandolin, Fiddle, Banjo and guitars! It sounds good accoustically and electrified! Easy to keep tuned. I wish it had a volume adjustment, but you just have to adjust the volume on the amp. The finish is beautiful & it looks just like a mini Les Paul! Great Little Uke for a great Price!

                (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                4.0

                A Perfect Starter Uke

                By Theatresintr

                from Raleigh, NC

                About Me Experienced

                Pros

                • Consistent
                • Easy To Play
                • Good Tone

                Cons

                • Tone Quality Unplugged

                Best Uses

                • Backup
                • Concerts
                • Practicing

                Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

                I have been playing this uke for about 2 years now and have it used in a various settings: live, studio, practice, etc. Over the course of this time I have become quite familiar with it and feel comfortable discussing various qualities/pitfalls with this model. This is my first uke and I was able to get it used at a good price and so I figured why not. As another reviewer noted it is beautiful and the pictures on this site are not very good at all. When plugged in you can control a lot of the tone through pedals and mixing. In addition, I put this through a BOSS ME-80 and its distortion rivals my Gibson!
                The biggest drawback is that when it is not plugged in the sound is not very rich due to its thin body. That is a small drawback though given it is designed to be plugged in.
                To see it in action look up Summer Jam - W.S. Walcott Medicine Show by Theatres in the Round on YouTube.

                (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Very pleased with this uke.

                By B3 Keys

                from Virginia

                About Me Experienced

                Pros

                • Consistent
                • Good Tone
                • Strong

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Backup
                  • Practicing

                  Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

                  Well built, nice finish. Stays in tune!! Nice fret board.

                  (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  2.0

                  Looks beautiful, but poor tone

                  By vkaz

                  from san jose

                  About Me Experienced

                  Pros

                  • Strong
                  • Sturdy Great Looking

                  Cons

                  • Poor Tone Quality

                  Best Uses

                  • Practicing

                  Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic-Electric Concert Ukulele Outfit:

                  I was excited to receive this. It is a lovely little uke--looks like a baby Les Paul. It's very sturdy and seems well made. But the tone was disappointing--both amped and not--so I'm returning it. Not much resonance...sounds really shallow. I don't have much experience with electric-acoustic ukes, so maybe that is how they sound. Like a great-looking guy who turns out to have no substance. Sad to do that, because it's OH SO pretty! The pictures on this site don't do its looks justice.

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