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Epiphone Les Paul Standard Left-Handed Electric Guitar  

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    Comes ready for the stage with a big attitude.

    The Epiphone LP Standard Left-Handed Electric Guitar gives you plenty of rich tone at a comfortable price. Alnico Classic humbucking pickups deliver big slabs of those fat warm tones; transcontinental sustain; and deep, soulful distortion that made this guitar famous. Crafted with mahogany body and maple veneer over carved top, rosewood fretboard, cream body and fretboard binding, and chrome hardware. Cherry sunburst finish. The LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge and LockTone stopbar tailpiece add more sustain and make string changing easier.

    Features

    • Left-handed design
    • Mahogany body and maple veneer over carved top
    • Rosewood fretboard
    • Cream body and fretboard binding
    • Chrome hardwa
    • The LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge and LockTone stopbar tailpiece

    Lefties don't have to be left out of the Les Paul fun. Order today.

     
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    EpiphoneLes Paul Standard Left-Handed Electric Guitar
     
    4.8

    (based on 49 reviews)

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    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    A Pure Les Paul...

    I'm in Australia and I got this for $999 on special at a shop called Kosmic, usually $1400 for the left handed model. What can I say, its a Les Paul. It's better...Read complete review

    I'm in Australia and I got this for $999 on special at a shop called Kosmic, usually $1400 for the left handed model. What can I say, its a Les Paul. It's better in every way than my old Samick strat copy. It's Gibson humbuckers give it a rich, warm sound that sounds great through my Marshall MG30DFX, all i need now is a bigger amp! It's superbly built, and comes with a great finish (Cherry Sunburst in my case) that looks flashy and professional. I found it easy to play as the frets and neck is smoother, plus the frets are closer together making it easier to slide and change chords, good for faster sorta rock stuff. The thickness isnt too thick that its like an acoustic, and not too thin that it feels flimsy and bounces when you play it hard. My only sorta critism is that its pretty heavy, but who cares, after all it is a solid body, plus it doesnt feel like its going to break fom just playing it. It's a total dream to play, I always wanted to get a Gibson, but Epiphones have proven to me that for about a 3rd of the price you definately can't go wrong. I love it! All left-handed players need one of these!

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    Defective

    I received this guitar as a gift years ago. While everything was checked off on the inspection, it was defective. One of the frets was placed off center. My finger would get caught...Read complete review

    I received this guitar as a gift years ago. While everything was checked off on the inspection, it was defective. One of the frets was placed off center. My finger would get caught as I ran my hand up and down the fretboard.It's not like it happened too often though as the strings buzzed like you wouldn't believe, no matter what adjustments and string changes I made.Obviously not all guitars are defective, but the fact that this one made it through the inspection process should make potential buyers be wary. This was the last budget brand purchase I have made.

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    5.0

    Excellent axe for the money

    By Jerrold Tidwell

    from Baltimore, MD

    Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Standard Left-Handed Electric Guitar:

    I am not ready to step off into a Gibson...so, this is the next best thing for me. It is a lot of guitar for the money.
    This is my first electric, and the Epi has that classic sound and sustain that I hoped for. I am finding that I can play almost anything with this guitar. Jazz, Classic Rock, Blues...can't beat it in this price range.
    I bought mine as a customer return....obviously it was untouched. I don't think I could ever find anything that would touch it in this price range. It arrived in flawless condition.

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    2.0

    Defective

    Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Standard Left-Handed Electric Guitar:

    I received this guitar as a gift years ago. While everything was checked off on the inspection, it was defective. One of the frets was placed off center. My finger would get caught as I ran my hand up and down the fretboard.It's not like it happened too often though as the strings buzzed like you wouldn't believe, no matter what adjustments and string changes I made.Obviously not all guitars are defective, but the fact that this one made it through the inspection process should make potential buyers be wary. This was the last budget brand purchase I have made.

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    4.0

    Needs some more punch

    By Lefty_kin

    from Chicago

    Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Standard Left-Handed Electric Guitar:

    I bought one of these about 2 years ago to be my primary live guitar. Has definitely stood up to a lot of playing and abuse, I'm not one to put a guitar in the corner to look at it. After about 7 months however, I bought another LP style guitar that had a much better sound and this became my backup. After toiling over the fact that I don't play it much, I took it in and had Lindy Fralin pickups put in it. These have taken this guitar to the next level. Really, if you want a great guitar and don't want to spend for the Gibby, then get this thing and put in higher caliber pickups (plus replace all the wiring and pots too) and you'll have the best axe in your arsenal or a great backup to a pro-level gibby. Would rate this better than a low end gibby with the addition of new pickups. Great buy for the price.

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    5.0

    Got this guitar 2 months ago

    By Jimmy Page Whorshipper

    from New Hampshire

    Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Standard Left-Handed Electric Guitar:

    I bought this guitar about 2 months ago and it is amazing it gives that classic les paul sound for the price of an epi great for people like my self who can't afford a gibson. Best lefty epiphone out there you can't go wrong with this guitar its rlly perfect for all styles of music, i do have some trouble getting a country twang out of it though.

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    5.0

    nice thing

    By D.S.

    from Split,Europe

    Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Standard Left-Handed Electric Guitar:

    This is LP for sure, great sustain, good sound and very responsive touch. There are some slight downsides. Needs some adjustments cos buzz and bone nut is cut too deep, that's why buzz is. This is close to Gibson I used to have, very good thing.

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    5.0

    Nice AX if you Modify

    Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Standard Left-Handed Electric Guitar:

    Bought this Les Paul Standard Epiphone reasoning it was basically the same body wise as the Gibson version. Nice ax, but had to modify in order to make it the same quality as Gibsons Les Paul. Put on locking tuning keys, bone nut, new pots, Dunkin Antiquity Humbuckers (these are made to mid 50's standards, warm and much sustain), and now I have a Les Paul to equal Jimmy Page's in sound and playability for half the price!

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    5.0

    Great Guitar

    By Country boy

    from East TX

    Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Standard Left-Handed Electric Guitar:

    I've had this guitar for about 6 months. I put seymour duncan alnico pro II humbuckers in it. I love the sound it gives me very close to slash.

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    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    This is one awesome guitar

    By Thomas G.

    from Ft. Wayne, IN

    Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Standard Left-Handed Electric Guitar:

    If you're reading this, you're probably a lefty. That means you've probably dealt with walking into the music store and having to search for the lefties and once you find one it's a piece-o-crap imitation. I started out with a Squier Strat and its served its purpose but now this guitar just tears up! I love it. My bandmate has a Epiphone Les Paul as well but his is a step up model. Neither one of us can tell the difference in tone, quality, or looks. The only difference we found was price. And I definatly got the better end of the deal there. If you're looking for a great guitar there's no other option in this price range. Just go out and get it.

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    5.0

    It's amazing

    Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Standard Left-Handed Electric Guitar:

    I have been a strat fan ever since I first picked up an electric guitar. I swore by them. The only les paul style I ever had was a Les Paul 100 and I was not impressed with it at all. Last week I was planning on purchasing an MIM. I sat down for about 20 minutes with it and was very pleased. It was an awesome guitar, just like I expected. Then, just for fun, I picked up this les paul and tried it out. Side by side. Same amp. Same channel. Same cord. This guitar CRUSHED the strat. It was not even a matter of opinion or playing style. This les paul plays and sounds better than any comparable strat.

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    3.0

    Three words: One Trick Pony

    By Somebody?

    from South of Heaven

    Comments about Epiphone Les Paul Standard Left-Handed Electric Guitar:

    When I used this guitar at the store, I couldn't have been more pleased. So when I bought it and my Stratocaster which cost less, smoked it, I was very surprised. The 12th fret buzzed so much I cringed when I played it, and the neck was extremely slow. The humbuckers weren't very "heavy" sounding, and I later found out I could only get a "Gibson" tone out of it. Overall, I would reccomend the Jackson DK2L over this.

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