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Epiphone Les Paul Classic Electric Guitar
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The Epiphone Les Paul Classic Electric Guitar features classic Les Paul styling and specs. Mahogany body with alder top. Mahogany neck. 2 open-coil h...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Epiphone Les Paul Classic Electric Guitar features classic Les Paul styling and specs. Mahogany body with alder top. Mahogany neck. 2 open-coil humbuckers. Chrome hardware. Trapezoid fingerboard inlays. Limited lifetime warranty.
- Classic Les Paul styling and specs
- Mahogany body with alder top
- Mahogany neck
- 2 open-coil humbuckers
- Chrome hardware
- Trapezoid fingerboard inlays
Reviewed by 19 customers
This guitar just totally rocks my world,seriously.Any Black Les Paul would,but,I have just recently entered a band and I have a B.C.Rich Warlock and,its blown away in my mind by the Les Paul,Gibson or Epiphone. I just had to say all that,but,this guitar rocks,no matter what specifications it's at, it's just that good....
I bought this guitar a year ago and I think it sounds just as good as a gibson les paul. I've never had any problems with this guitar at all. I recommend anyone who loves guitar to buy this...it is worth every buck.
Best sound I have heard in awhile tried all types of guitars but if you don't like the sound put in some Zakk Wylde EMG'S and blast great feel same as standard but alot cheaper.
That is what I said the first time I played this guitar. The look of it is beautiful. The lining, the creame color around the pick-ups, the chrome hardware. And don't get me started on the feel. It is the easiest to play. No trouble spots that cramp your hand or knick it during intense practice. And the "Wow" part of wow, the sound. Clean, exactly what it says, CLEAN!!! No hums, no fizzle on certain frets. Harmonics on this guitar are phenominal. And with the two independant guitar volumes/tones, you can get two different sounds with one guitar. Run over drive through this beut, and you got yourself a winner. I play all sorts of rock, industrial, punk, metal, easy listening, even electronica, and this one does it all. It's squealing highs to it's bottom crunching lows will leave you asking for more. You can't walk by this guitar without playing it. In fact, I am goofing around on it between sentences in this review. What more do I have to say.
i've played alot of guitars from strats to teles, dinkys to explorers, sgs to whatever and i must say that this is the best i've played. i love this guitar. it just seems perfect. has perfect tone excellent action and it just f***kin rocks. if anybody were to ask me what guitar to get, i would tell them this one without even stopping to think.
This is a sick guitar. I've had it for a while now and it sounds amazing on a crappy 10W esteban amp. The downside is the voume control. It only has a small range. You can't tell when it's turned down two volumes. The pickups are great but if you want the best tone change em to Gibson USA Humbuckers. This guitar overall, rocks!!!
I was going to save up for this guitar because my friend had it and it sounded awsome and after I was done playing it I had to have one. I am 14 years old and cant aford a nice gibson so please bring it back.
It was decent - it is really hard to control tone.
I tried out my friend's '77 Gibson Les Paul the day before I got this one, an I seriously can't tell much of a difference. I love it so much. I played it for 4 hours every day for the first week I've had it. I just played a concert with my band CCA with this guitar and I used it over my Ibanez Artcore hollowbody. it has excellent tone as well. Just as good sounding as a Gibson. I highly recommend it
This thing plays like a gibson it just wont last as long as a gibson it will still last long if you take care of it. (Note:gets dusty) but its great I think why gibsons are expensive to is because of the name but screw that.