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Libretto by Antigua
LTR-2500 Student Bb Trumpet
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Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plain Top Electric GuitarThis plain top Epiphone Les Paul Standard is an electric guitar that delivers all the signature sound of a Gibson Les Paul at a fraction of the cost. The mahogany body provides superb resonance while the Alnico Classic humbucker pickups deliver loads of warmth. The set mahogany neck with slim-tapered profile and rosewood fretboard give you the familiar feel and fast action that Les Paul players love so dearly. Neck and body binding and trapezoid inlays produce the classic look seen on stages around the world for decades. The LockTone tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece provide more sustain and make string changing easier.
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I ordered this guitar about a month ago and I'll be the first to tell ya, it's an awesome guitar. I've got a squire strat, a b.c. rich kkv that I got at a pawn shop, and a ibanez acoustic, and this thing kills them all! I can get any sound from metal to punk to jazz to any other kind of style you can think of. It is an amazing guitar at an affordable price. The only MINOR problem I had with it was that it had a little fret buzzing, but I can't tell when I plug it in.The finish is amazingly beautiful and shiny. If you can't afford or just don't have time to save up for a Gibson, get this guitar.
Owned this one for about 2 years, awesome guitar. I got it in Ebony, and it is beautiful. Put together well, everything looks good, paint, fret board, binding, etc. I gave it 4 stars because of the pick-up selector switch being cheap, and because I had to replace a couple of the tuners. Epiphone was cool about it though, I called customer service and they sent me replacement tuners no charge and I replaced them myself. Overall, this guitar looks great, sounds awesome, nice fat tone, and feels good, nice and substantial like a Les Paul should. I would definitely buy another one. Well worth the money.
The guitar is great. Great tone, has a very nice clean tone when I'm playin ska riffs. And when I play metal, it can get very heavy. All around great guitar.
I bought this guitar in Dec 2005 for Christmas. After a month of playing with this, and I found out a lot of information about comparing between Gibson Les Paul and Epiphone Les Paul. While looking for information, I found this website and saw my guitar here, so I had to post a review. First I have to say, what a buy, when I saw this with a perfect black finishing I was already sold, but as I tried it out in the back room and played it on a nice 30 Watt Spider II amp (same one I have at home), I was blown away, and the price was simply amazing. I've played for a month now and I maybe wrong, but from everything I've seen in the past month of playing with this guitar almost constantly, everyday, this guitar is sturdy, light weight (compared to other Les Pauls such as the Gibson), smooth look and feel(thinner neck, and lighter less dense wood), and sounds absolutely perfect, even for the stock pickups. I could complement this guitar all day, but I'll just cut to the con, the one and only problem I see with this guitar is a slight buzzing of the low E string on the first few frets, but this doesn't effect the sound from the amp, so it's fine, hardly noticeable when playing. Thats it, the only problem, if you wanna play folk, blues, hard rock, or metal, this guitar can do it all.
Just to clear some of those wondering about the difference between Epiphone and Gibson Les Pauls, difference is manufacturing. They are very different, Gibsons a company in the US that is made for quality and not quantity, Epiphone is a company in Korea that made these in mass productions,for quantity, but this doesn't mean it's bad. Both are hand made by the way. For the much cheaper price, different wood, and different manufacturing, this guitar is worth the buy, I recommend it for anyone who wants the Gibson Les but cant afford it, 10 out of 10.
I'm just after buying one , and I have to tell you : its pretty awsome. The neck is fashioned like Gibson's 1960's Les Pauls. fast low action , powerfull clean tone , fat overdriven power , excellent in the top-end. Only complaint realy is that it doesn't have too much bite (twang), but you don't but a Les Paul for twang. Can't ask for more than that. PLus the black finish is awsome ( especially with the tan pick-guard and bindings).
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