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Epiphone Lynyrd Skynyrd Les Paul Standard Electric Guitar
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The Limited Edition Epiphone Lynyrd Skynyrd Les Paul Standard Electric Guitar commemorates this event and their tour. Sure to become a classic - just...Click To Read More About This Product
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Marking the 30th anniversary of the legendary American band, Lynyrd Skynyrd.
The Limited Edition Epiphone Lynyrd Skynyrd Les Paul Standard Electric Guitar commemorates this event and their tour. Sure to become a classic - just like Skynyrd! It features all you would expect in a Gold Top Standard, plus the band's name on the fretboard and 30th Anniversary logo on the back! Includes Epiphone commemorative gig bag.
- Gold Top Standard Les Paul
- Metallic gold finish
- Chrome hardware
- Lynyrd Skynyrd name on fretboard
- 30th Anniversary logo on the back
Reviewed by 16 customers
This is by far the best sounding guitar i have ever played--it plays wonderful-- also own 1967 stratocaster-2004 stratocaster and a 2001 telecaster--I play it thru a krank revolution double stack and a line 6 ax212-it is by far my best sounding guitar. If a gibson lespaul sounds any better I couldn't stand it--the pickups are extremely awesome-by far the best pickups ever I have ever heard!!!! I don't know how to say anything more-buy it!!!!!
This guitar is pretty bad. I had originally bought it as a collector's piece and now play it all the time.
This guitar is absolutely gorgeous and plays great. You'll find that it will gain its own reputation and people will refer to you as "that guy with the Skynyrd guitar". This guitar is expensive for what is technically a standard les paul, however you are paying for prestige.
I got this guitar for christmas from my fiance 2 years ago and I play this guitar more than my other one. This is one of the best guitars that I have ever played, and I have played Gibsons, Fenders, Gretchys, Silvertone, Martins, Paul Reed Smiths, and others. But along with the Zakk Wylde model the Lynyrd Skynyrd model are the best sounding and feeling guitars I have ever played.
This guitar is awesome!! Plays great and pays tribute to one of the best rock and roll bands ever. All that's missing is the rebel flag. It also make's us think of the incredible talent that has left us. Ronny Van Zant, Steve Gaines, Allen Collins and the mad hatter...Leon Wilkenson. A legacy of rock and roll!! I'm proud to own this classic. K.C.
I have played a lot of guitars, and this guitar not only looks great, but plays great. I, as I'm sure most of us, have played guitars made in the U.S and other places. Usually you can tell, but with this one, I am shocked. Great feel, great sound and looks to match. Mr. Skinard would be proud.
I've played in side gigs with several members of Lynyrd Skynyrd when I lived in Atlanta. When I fisrt picked on this axe I admit I prejudged it as a cheapie. not so, oh not so. This is a monster axe that needs to be "let off the chain". Let me put it this way... this guitar will "bring the amps up your ramps... the ohms to your homes and the WATTAGE TO YOUR COTTAGE ! ! !"
Enjoy playing...cuts great...strong sustain.
i was always worried about epiphone's quality, did my research and thought to myself, "if this sounds like a guitar from the 70's i'll take it," and it did and i took it. now i my other MORE expensive gibson LP are collecting dust. even though it is not made in the US it's darn close to the gibsons. buy it.
I went today to my local guitar shop and seen one of these. I had to play it. I love the clean tone it produces from the neck pickup, and it can get dirty too. Sounds great with a real crunchy distortion pedal.