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I purchased one of the original Epiphone Slash signature guitars back in 1999/2000, but ended up selling it due to the cheesy looking snake graphic printed on the body of the guitar. This guitar features that same gorgeous red as the other guitar, but is way more classy looking.
Pros, Fun To Play, Good Feel, Good Pick Up, Good Tone, Solid Electronics
I am 13 and i just started to play guiatar and loved it right away. I had heard about Les Pauls and how great they are. So, instead of going for a very expensive Gibson, i went for a less expensive Epiphone Standard. I payed about $545 at Guitar Center.
buy one if you cant afford anything better [ read more on Audiofanzine ] Summary: This guitar ONLY sounds good, the rest = ♥♥♥♥!!! I rather masturbate with scissors then playin this piece of ♥♥♥♥. Totally ♥♥♥♥♥ng lame Stagg fukcers don't know how to build a guitar [poor guys].
You should find these guitars for right around $450 new. That's a great price for a budget friendly Les Paul type instrument. These guitars have the same controls as you refund and also to volume control knobs as well as the two tone control knobs.
Great starter for a lefty, replaced the strings, lowered the height during setup and for me it pretty much is always in tune, got it used for fifty bux less than list. Pretty happy chick!
Pros, Fun To Play, Good Feel, Good Pick Up, Good Tone
Overall, Epiphone has been successful in delivering the reissue of the classic as a well designed, quality and sturdy instrument at a very fair price. Its solid build made it possible for it to be played well in studio as well as live. It delivers an even balance of reliability and durability.
This guitar has about everything i was looking for. It has true les paul sound, looks awesome,is really comfy,stays in tune, and not to mention that its only $445. The only thing it doesn't do is my homework...
This is a great buy for anyone interested in getting a Les Paul, This is amazing guitar for its price sounds good. Its looks great, plays amazingly!, has a real down and clear tone and is well built. Technical Info: Pickups: Alnico Classic humbuckers Hardware: Chrome Scale: 24.75 in.
I highly recommend this guitar to anyone looking for a good solid mahogany wood guitar that is built for a gigging musician or recording musician. At new you can find his guitar for ride around $2600 which is a great price for this guitar.
I got this guitar from Music123 for 500 dollars and I love it! I love the strings, the pickups and the tone. I don't like where the strap pin is located, and I'm feeling uneasy about the price. The quality if beautiful, and the construction is pure gibson. This guitar rocks, I love it! BUY IT!!!
Personally, I enjoy listening to my favorite bands and play my guitar along to their music. I love listening to , , and especially. The is perfectly suited for this style of music (punk rock) as guitarists from , and play .
I've been playing for almost 4 years now and this guitar is great. I use it with my at home and a at rehearsals. My only pedal is an booster (very nice pedal for €33) and the does it's job pretty well.
What an amazing guitar, the price was brilliant and am having a lot of fun with it! This guitar looks so professional and sounds just as good. I highly recommend this guitar for players looking to start their shredding career.
I have owned my epi les paul goldtop for a few months now and I have not put it down, It has a great feel, an immaculate finish and is really playable. I have changed the stock pickups(although very very good) for seymour duncan Pearly gates/seth lover set and I feel i can hold my head high when...
Having been hunting through other reviews of this guitar for a long time before purchase, and trying other Epiphone Les Pauls, none newer than the 2006 model, I decided to order this guitar and it is absolutely fantastic!
A cracking instrument. Got this guitar after a dreadful episode with another make of Les Paul type guitar ( not bought from Andertons ). Decided on this model after some excellent advice from the staff at Andertons. Ready tunes and ready to play.
I am very happy with my and have found it to be quite valuable for the price I paid for it. I think it's a great deal, and I recommend it to anyone who is looking for a guitar that can cover a wide variety of genres.
I'm drawn to melodic punk, shoegazer, and Neil Young-style hard rock. guitars are perfect for that jagged, wild sound, the Les Paul most of all. I've owned a , but sold it after getting my hands on this guitar - the only guitar I've ever truly fallen in love with.
What can I say. A guitar of the highest standard that supercedes its price in value! The action is perfect (for me anyway, and from other reviewers... favourable to most). At first I had some trouble getting the sound set up through my crappy line 6 amp, but I resolved this problem but routing it...
As I mentioned before, I mainly play alternative/rock/punk styles, and this guitar is pretty much perfect for me. Its tonal versatility means I never find myself wishing I'd bought something else, and although I find myself wanting other guitars to add to my collection, that is more out of want...
- Pickups: 2 Alnico Classic humbuckers
- Controls: 2 volume, 2 tone, 3-way switch
- Hardware: chrome
- Scale: 24.75"
- Nut: 1.68"
- Neck: set
- Neck: mahogany
- Fingerboard: rosewood
- Inlay: trapezoid
- Body: mahogany
- Top: maple veneer over carved top
- Finish: ebony
- Bridge: LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece
- Case sold separately