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Epiphone Goth Les Paul Studio with Floyd Rose
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2 Alnico V humbuckers on the mahogany body generate a huge range of thick tones, but specialize in sustain-drenched full-bore screaming. Black chrome...Read More
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A classic axe with a dark visage and a bold tone.
2 Alnico V humbuckers on the mahogany body generate a huge range of thick tones, but specialize in sustain-drenched full-bore screaming. Black chrome hardware complements the finish beautifully. The "XII" inlay on the rosewood fingerboard at the 12th fret adds the final goth touch. The Floyd Rose tremolo lets you swoop and soar like a midnight raven. Limited lifetime warranty.
- 2 Alnico V humbuckers
- Black chrome hardware
- Floyd Rose tremolo
- 24.75" scale
- 1.6" nut width
- Mahogany neck
- Mahogany body
- Rosewood fingerboard
- 22 frets
- XII inlay at 12th fret
Reviewed by 18 customers
I use this guitar live as well as in the studio. I have to say I'm very pleased as well as surprised by the feel and sound of the goth! Why pay big $ for a gibson when the epi. Goth is an utterly amazingly great sounding and feeling paul clone.
This guitar is amazing. The action on this guitar is EXTREMELY low, but no buzzing can be heard, and the strings are perfect to use a metal slide on. Tuning was difficult to do at first with the FR tremolo, but it was easy to learn. The FR tremolo is perfect, ensuring you'll never go out of tune, and allowing you to pull up for higher pitches and push down for lowered pitch. Aesthetically speaking, it is absolutely stunning. The subtle carved top curves gracefully with the black satin finish. The 'XII' marker on the twelfth fret is a really nice touch. Open-coil versions of the Alnico Burstbucker V pickups, the same found on Gibson Lp Standards, ensure superior tonal quality. Total control of tone is provided with individual tone/volume controls. BUY. IT. NOW.
If you want satisfaction with a sexy price tag epiphone les paul goth is the answer. With attractive sounds and a great body, you can't go wrong. It has the sound of a gibson and you save thousands of dollars. Ripping on this guitar sounds better than a Fender and looks a whole look better.
A minor toggle switch problem with my Goth LP keeps me from giving 10 stars for quality (it was loose and needed adjusting). This is my second Epiphone Les Paul and I'm very pleased with the necks and fretboard/frets being set up so great. Tone/volume controls are top notch. The trem is not a cheap copy.
The only Les Paul guitar with a Floyd Rose. You can't beat that.
Nothing sounds like those alnico V pickups.
I just got this in this morning and i haven't stopped playing all day. Very easy to handle and light weight. Sounds great.
This is an awesome guitar. it's no gibson, but it is a flat out amazing guitar.
I was expecting a lot from this guitar when I ordered it. As it turns out, it IS quite a nice guitar, even though I was expecting it to have an ebony fretboard and it has a rosewood one instead. This guitar is solidly built with a set in neck and pretty decent pickups with an even, balanced tone. The neck feels great and the frets are even and level, although one of the frets on my guitar has a little dab of excess glue on it. The Floyd Rose-licensed trem on it seems a little cheap, especially the fine tuners which are not very smooth feeling. However, once I set everything up properly it did stay in tune pretty well. I guess the bottom line for this guitar is "You get what you pay for" and it is pretty affordable, i.e., "average" overall rating.
My Gibson LP Goth stays in the case. When I want to get screaming tone, and play all night long, without a sore back the next day out comes the EPI LP GOTH! I beat the hell out of it, the Floyd "no sh#@" stays in tune. The intonation is perfect. Awsome tones from twank country to sceaming rumble metal, and da@# near infinte sustain.