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Epiphone Les Paul 100"Hi-Performance" Pack with Valve Junior Amp
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This electric guitar package includes the Epiphone LP-100 electric guitar, Valve Jr. Class-A Tube amplifier, premium gig bag, chromatic tuner, premiu...Click To Read More About This Product
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An affordable, genuine Paul, an awesome no-frills amp, and everything else you need to hit the stage!
This electric guitar package includes the Epiphone LP-100 electric guitar, Valve Jr. Class-A Tube amplifier, premium gig bag, chromatic tuner, premium leather strap, 20' premium cord, guitar stand, and picks.
If you're starting to get serious about your music, you'll want the Epiphone LP-100 Electric Guitar. The mahogany body delivers classically heavy LP tone, while the bolt-on mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard are easy to play. Two open-coil humbuckers deliver hard-nose rock punch while chrome hardware completes the classic look.
The Valve Junior Combo is a single-ended Class A tube amp in a funky retro cabinet. 5W push the 8" speaker to surprisingly loud volumes. Crank up your guitar's volume pot to achieve seriously musical distortion.
- Epiphone LP-100 Electric Guitar:
- Mahogany neck
- Chrome hardware
- Alder top, mahogany back
- 2 open-coil humbuckers
- 24-3/4" scale
- 1-11/16" nut width
- Epiphone Valve Junior Combo Amp:
- Single-ended Class A electronics
- 8" speaker
- Premium gigbag
- Chromatic tuner
- Premium leather strap
- 20' premium cord
- Guitar stand
- Owner's manual
If you're rocking on a budget but don't want to sound like it, get this pack!
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Got everything I needed to get started minus a high E string which was MIA. Also, the included tuner was a little hard to use. The amp is all tube and can make a sound big enough to bring the cops. The downside is that the amp has no headphone jack, so if you want distortion you have to get old school and crank it. I'm learning from scratch, I play everyday, and I think it'll be a while before I'm good enough to deserve better.
This guitar is wonderful. this is my first and it is really easy to play.The amp it came with has a Eminence 8" 50 watt RMS Speaker so oyu and crank it up fully and you wont blow it. and there definitely isnt speaker distortion. I would think 5w through a 50w could do that. Amp is loud and can serve as a head for cabinets which is great. If u crank the pots to full and amp volume knob to full the distortion is mind blowing. this amp will shake the floor.I cant comment on the quality on accesories that were included because I got mine for 250 with diff parts. 5 out of 5. Try to go somewhere and here it first. You also might wanna by a pod,eq, or pedal so you dont have to have it loud for distortion. Only downside to me is no control of eq. Will eventually buy the valve special.
This is a great guitar for the cost and for what I use it for. It sounds better distorted then it does clean. I have a tele and I use it for certain songs and I use this one for certain songs. They both sound very differant. Anyway, great guitar!
Let's start out with the guitar: it has two alnico classic humbuckers, bolt-on mahogany neck, and the body is laminated alder and mahogany. Now i dont like the fact that it's a bolt on neck,and laminated body, as that reduces sustain, but it's playability and smoothness surprises me, and the pickups sound great through the valve junior amp. tuners are good, but not perfect, but it stays pretty good in tune. Over to the amp, the valve junior sounds warm and smooth, BUT, i hate the fact that it only has a volume control. it would really be a good amp if it had EQ, drive and master volume(effects aren't really needed). at low volumes, the classic clean tube tone, and when cranked up to 7 o'clock, the distortion comes in. it's is a classic tube distortion, although i think its some "speaker distortion", but im sure there's mostly coming from the amp. A great kit for a beginner, but, you'll soon have to get a pedal, as you're limited with volume and guitar, or even, if you don't like the amp, a new amp.