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Don't sell this "cheap" guitar short. It's really not a bad little instrument. The action is great, there's no fret buzz anywhere, and the neck feels terrific. The intonation is spot-on, and the pickups sound good. The tonal range is quite respectable. And the sunburst finish is flawless.
Pros, Fun To Play, Good Feel, Good Tone
Cons, Still looking. Haven't found any.
The AFD Les Paul also comes as part of Epiphone's excellent AFD Performance Pack, but here we're focussing on the guitar itself, which is aimed at guitarists taking their first steps in rock.
A best value guitar suitable for anyone short of a polished pro! It's that good and I have top notch guitars. I have owned most of the real good stuff (Eric Johnson Strat, Tokai LP Reborn, a Bill Crook Tele, etc.). The Epi Special II for $170 is a steal!
this is a really good guitar, its a real value also for the money, except for the tiny tiny amp lol. it should be upgraded some, but over all its a good buy.
I'm a beginning player. The guitar feels and plays great, and looks like a million bucks. The amp is more powerful than I expected and delivers awesome tone.
All in all this is a good beginning guitar but it does have lots of limitations. Perfect for me when I started and I'd recommend it to other first-time electric guitar owners as well. Really great for the money.
This is a fantastic starter guitar! And I admit, it's the one that I pick up most of the time if I just want to knock a few ideas around. For a minimal investment you can have a guitar that will be with you for a long time. This is a stripped down model with very little that can go wrong...
This guitar is a Les Paul I made some pickup changes bridge to pearly gates but out of the box it became obvious that the only major difference is price I own Gibson LPs and for some reason the Gibson guitars have became expensive. Epiphone produces a quality guitar They are as playable as Gibson.
Les Paul Special II
Neck Shape: 1960s SlimTaper "D" Profile
Neck Joint: Bolt-on
Scale length: 24.75"
Fingerboard Radius: 12"
Nut Width: 1.68"
Machine Heads: Covered; 14:1 ratio
Neck Pickup: Epiphone 650R Humbucker
Bridge Pickup: Epiphone 700T Humbucker
Controls: 1-volume, 1-tone
Pickup Selector: 3-way Epiphone toggle
Bridge: LockTone Tune-o-matic
Tailpiece: LockTone Stopbar
- Les Paul Special II guitar
- Electar-15R amp with reverb and overdrive
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- Pinch-on tuner
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