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Epiphone Les Paul Traditional Pro PlusTop Electric Guitar
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The Epiphone Les Paul Traditional Pro PlusTop electric guitar takes a classic to the next level. While it retains traditional styling and materials s...Read More
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A Les Paul with traditional styling, modern electronics, and a LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge.
The Epiphone Les Paul Traditional Pro PlusTop electric guitar takes a classic to the next level. While it retains traditional styling and materials such as a carved maple top, mahogany back and neck, and 24-fret rosewood fingerboard it ups the ante with modern electronics and hardware. The super fast Slim Taper "D" shaped neck of the Epiphone Les Paul guitar allows for a more aggressive modern style of playing.
The Epiphone Les Paul Traditional Pro PlusTop guitar is loaded with an Alnico Classic Pro pickup in the neck position and a high-output ProBucker-3 PRO pickup in the bridge position. Coil tapped controls offer you 8 tones to choose from. The ToneLock Tune-O-Matic bridge ensures your Les Paul guitar will stay in tune much better than with other bridge styles. Case sold separately.
- Body Style: Les Paul single cutaway
- Top: carved maple
- Back: mahogany
- Body Binding: antique cream
- Neck: set mahogany
- Scale length: 24-3/4"
- Neck shape: Slim-tapered "D"
- Tuners: Grover
- Fretboard: rosewood
- Number of frets: 22
- Nut width: 1-11/16"
- Neck pickup: Alnico Classic PRO
- Bridge Pickup: ProBucker-3 PRO
- Controls: 2 volumes, 2 tones with coil-splitting, 3-way toggle
- Bridge: ToneLock Tune-O-Matic
- Hardware plating: nickel
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One day, I entered a guitar shop to pick up a new guitar. This one was the last one I tried; it blew me away. The coil split really gives you a lot of cool tones to choose from. As soon as I got home, I plugged it into my Fender Frontman 25R, and it sounded even better than at the store. It really handles heavy music well!
I have this Les Paul and I am very happy with it. What drew me to it is the "worn" type finish on the back of the neck. I don't lke finished, glossy necks. I just find them too binding when playing. This has more of an unfinished feel. The pics here do not show the topo finish well enough. While it is not flamed or anything, it is just a really nice wine red stain over maple with nice grain showing. I have replaced the bridge humbucker with a Duncan JB and it is sounds great, thr neck bucker also sounds good and with the coil splitting it is very versatile. I thought the strap locks were bogus and don't use them. This guitar is a good value, very playable with a comfortable neck, nice tuners, well balanced and with the coil taps, gives most any tone you'd like and won't break the bank. I would have liked a long tenon neck and for it to be a little heavier. Not sure if this body is chambered or not but to me it seems a little light. Anyway, this is a nice LP and very versatile tone wise. I think the wine red is the best looking of these models.