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Epiphone ENCIAWGH3 Ltd Ed Les Paul Standard Plustop PRO Solid-Body Electric Guitar, Vintage Sunburst

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The les Paul custom made its debut in 1954 after the initial success of the les Paul gold top. Mr. Les Paul himself wanted to convey to audiences that the solid body electric guitar was not a fad but a superb and challenging instrument and that his signature axe, the les Paul, was the king of all electric solid body guitars.

Product Features

  • Now with Epiphone superior ProBucker hum bucker pickups with coil-splitting along with the custom’s classic gold hardware, fully bound body, neck and headstock, and pearloid inlays
  • With a mahogany body and mahogany slim taper set neck with a rosewood fingerboard with pearloid block inlays
  • Graphtech NuBone nut and gold hardware. This high-end guitar has push/pull phase switch and coil-splitting for both neck and bridge pickups

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Comments

Tyson selleck says:

… guitar is out of this world unbelievable it plays beautifully the body came flawless there is not one imperfection …

Dan says:

A surprisingly fantastic piece This guitar is out of this world unbelievable it plays beautifully the body came flawless there is not one imperfection on the entire guitar and I am the most pickiest OCD personality it was perfect the only problem I had with it was a couple of the frets were just out of level a touch but I level them and I put in one of the tusk nuts this guitar plays like butter it is perfect I cannot say enough about it my entire life I wanted a Les Paul Standard I grew up watching slash and that was the…

Anonymous says:

Please note that I did not purchase this guitar from Amazon.I purchased this guitar a couple weeks ago with some concerns.I’ve gone my whole life hearing about quality control issues or just poor workmanship on the part of Epiphone. However, being a beginner, I would be hard pressed to dump $1000+ on a Gibson Les Paul – hence why (reluctantly) I went with the Epiphone.I owned a Fender Squire for about ten years and had literally, nothing but problems with it…

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