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Epiphone Les Paul Standard Baritone Guitar
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This new 27-3/4" long-scale Baritone guitar comes strung with .14-.68 strings to add even more beefy, bottom-end tones to the legendary Les Paul. Two...Read More
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Gets a little deeper and hits a little harder.
This new 27-3/4" long-scale Baritone guitar comes strung with .14-.68 strings to add even more beefy, bottom-end tones to the legendary Les Paul. Two Vintage Alnico humbuckers with a Plus pickup in the lead position and simplified controls give it all the crunch you expect from a Les Paul and more. Custom finishes give it a great new look.
- 27-3/4" long-scale baritone
- 2 Vintage Alnico humbuckers with Plus in the lead position
- Simplified controls
An LP with a deeper voice. Order yours today and play more manly.
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Guys, this guitar has a killing sound, especialy for heavier riffs. I play in extreme band and I use it for the solos too. It has "wide & dark" tone, but also allows you to play all kind of stuff that you play on you ordinary guitar. For that prize you get something totaly cool!!!!!!!!
I've had this guitar for about a week now. The learning curve is pretty steep for someone who has never played a baritone before, but the potential of this type of guitar is simply awesome!The 'Natural' brown finish is simplistic and stunning. No glossy finish, nothing fancy. Just down to business. As are the controls. Everything feels very solid on the guitar. The Grover tuners keep the thick strings tuned well, and the stock pickups do a good job of finding the balance between normal and overdriven tones.Ordered this on a Tuesday, and had it to my door on Friday morning. Great service from this site.
When reading the specs on this guitar before it came out, I told myself that i had to have one. When I finally got it, I was very satisfied. This thing plays super heavy, especially with those super thick strings. It's actually pretty heavy as well in weight. That's one reason I call this a man's guitar. Another reason is because, if you wanna play speed metal or thrash, you're foreamrs better look like "Popeye's" because the heavy strings and long neck will make it difficult. But if you want heavy sounds, and deep riffs, good palm muting, and easy harmonic pinches, get this guitar. it truly does hit harder than a regular Les Paul because i own one of those two.
this quitar is a classic piece of rock furry. i highly recommend this instrument
I've only had this guitar for a short time, but I love it. It puts out an amazing tone. Its the only baritone you'll ever need. The Iron Cross version it stunning, its almost scary. The strings one this weapon are awesome. This is one guitar everyone should have!!
This guitar is a must-have; an instant classic. I've been waiting for this axe my whole life. It is as solid as an anvil and almost as heavy, physically and musically (actually, it's much heavier than an anvil musically). For the money, this is by far the best possible buy you could make. Any style of playing could benefit from this guitar's tone and feel.