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Epiphone Limited Edition Les Paul Studio Deluxe
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Alnico Classic humbuckers chunk out fat tone for rich sustain and solid rhythm. Mahogany slim taper neck is set into the carved-top mahogany body for...Click To Read More About This Product
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One of the world's favorite LPs enhanced with gorgeous gold hardware and a sweet finish.
Alnico Classic humbuckers chunk out fat tone for rich sustain and solid rhythm. Mahogany slim taper neck is set into the carved-top mahogany body for unreal resonance. Two volume and two tone controls with toggle switch give you perfect tonal control. Genuine Grover machine heads on an angled headstock in addition to the stopbar tailpiece provide rock-solid tuning stability.
- Carved mahogany body
- Set mahogany neck
- Rosewood fretboard
- Alnico Classic humbuckers
- Gold hardware
- Stopbar tailpiece
- Tune-o-matic bridge
- 2 volume, 2 tone, toggle switch
- 24-3/4" scale length
- 1-11/16" nut width
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Let me start by saying this deep wine red and gold hardware combination is so beautiful, so what if there is no binding! This guitar is so stunning, you don?t think of it as Studio model. When I opened the box and tuned it up, I was very impressed with the sound. It played as well as my LP custom. Where are you going to get such a good looking limited edition guitar for such a reasonable price? With only 500 produced, all I can say is you better hurry and get one!
Man! This Epiphone Guitar of the Month LP studio Deluxe in wine red is visualy stunning! It feels well balanced and is easy to play on stage or at home. The tone from the open Alnico pick ups in either position is so sweet. From clean to blues to screaming metal leads. Effects or not. You name it and this guitar will nail it. I play it through a line 6 spider and a wah wah. I was looking to "upgrade" to an Epi. LP std or custom but niether came close!!
I just got back into playing after several years. I started playing my acoustic and wasn't satisfied and decided to buy an electric so I could jam. I bought this Epiphone Studio due to price and I am very satisfide with my decision. It sounds great with the Crate amp I bought with it.
I've had this guitar for 6 months now and must say it is a great playing and sounding guitar. I've bought and sold a few others in the time I've had this and it's still here, so that says something in itself.Other than lowering the action a little and tweaking the intonation on one string when I got it, it was setup perfectly. Although a little mild, the pickups exhibit great tone, it has a very smooth playing neck, and a weight that is comfortable to play for hours while on your feet.The only thing I find lacking in this guitar is the nut. It's a black plastic thing that seems to be the norm on the lower end Epiphones. Although it does the job and I've had no problems with it, I believe it to be a tone inhibitor. I finally got around to ordering a Tusq nut to put on it and know it will make a sweet guitar even sweeter.Being a limited edition, these will only present itself on the used market now. If the one I received is representative of the whole issue, they got it right, that's for sure.
I am 70 years old, this is not my first guitar; solid body, arch top, flat top, holly body, electric or acustic. This is my first LP. This guitar should cost over twice this price. The only thing I would recomend is to invest in a set of GIBSON LP electric strings and have a profesional to do the installation and do a set-up on the guitar.
After playing a Washburn House of Blues starter kit, I finally had to get a real guitar to jam with my dad. Epiphone answered my call! The sound of this guitar is incredible, and the wine red and gold hardware makes this a beautiful instrument. Plus, this guitar is limited so go and get yours now! You won't be sorry! I sure haven't been... :)
Basically, I started off looking at Les Paul about 5 months ago, and compared it to everything. Nothing beats a Les Paul, the solid tone is enough to make your socks come off. The color is so amazing, the picture here doesn't do it justice.
I got my les paul studios deluxe about 3 months ago and I have to say for the price I think it would be hard to beat. The wine red finish and gold hardware is sharp. It sounds and plays great, and really stays in tune with those grover tuners. I am a stickler for quality products and feel this guitar is very well made. Highly recommended!
I just got this guitar a couple days ago and I'm in love. It looks incredible. Beautiful finish and hardware. Amazing sustain. After playing hand-me-downs and cheap guitars for so long this is my 1st new guitar. Great instrument for the price.
A guitar with beautiful features and outlook, great sound and with the just right amount of weight (not too heavy not too light to carry) and with good easy to play neck, and of course buyable with very little money... but I was wrong.. this is the guitar..
I thought I was going to get a guitar that was the same quality as other Epi. LP's but looked just a little less flashy. Well I was pleasently suprised because this guitar not only sounds great but looks great also. An Excellent price for an Excellent guitar.