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A royal rockin' color combo in red and gold.
This Epiphone Limited Edition Les Paul features a mahogany body with a carved mahogany top and a fast slim profile mahogany neck. This regally decked-out limited-edition electric guitar also has gold hardware including Grover tuning machines, the LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece create more sustain and make string changing easier. The 22-fret rosewood fretboard has a 14" radius to keep bent notes from choking or fretting out and sports trapezoid inlays. The Limited-Edition Les Paul Standard is loaded with a 650R humbucker pickup in the neck position and a 700T humbucker in the bridge position with individual pickup volume and tone controls.
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I was taking the next step from being a beginner and was looking for a quality instrument without the cost of an arm and a leg. I found it with this guitar, it oozes excellence it sound, looks and feel.
I just recently sold my Gibson Faded Flying V (I'm still not sure why yet) so I needed a replacement. This guitar has everything I could ask for...Great quality, awesome feel, and finally excellent tone for a great price! The solid mahogany and Grover tuners really set this axe above some of the other more expensive Epi's. I am extremely happy with my purchase!
i do not own this guitar but i can tell you from the hour i played it that it is def the best guitar iv ever played no doubt i was in a local store i played on about 2 or 3 dif gibsons and none of them had the tone of this one and it looks great too =)
I Have this exact guitar, except with chrome hardware, and a bigsby tremolo. The guitar sounds pretty good, I've only had 1 problem with this guitar. After about a month the bridge pickup started squealing, but I planned on changing the pickups anyways.
I can not believe the sound of this guitar. I have a gibson Les Paul that was $2500 and let me tell you this. I just changed the pickups to Gibson Burst buckers and its plays and sounds like my Gibson. This guitar for the money rocks. I haven't one complaint. I would like to know how they can make such an awesome guitar. Even with the stock pickups it rocks. Now I had to play a few of them as some times Epiphone Les Pauls can be hit and miss, but this one passed the test. 100%