Epiphone Les Paul Standard Electric Guitar

Epiphone LP Les Paul Standard Electric Guitar reviewEpiphone Les Paul Standard Electric Guitar reviewed here. Find the original Les Paul too expensive? Now you can get the same sound for less! This Epiphone Les Paul Standard Electric Guitar has everything that you expect from a Les Paul: a maple top, solid mahogany body, alnico V humbucker pickups, and a tune-o-matic bridge/stopbar tailpiece combo, all without breaking the bank.

  • PROS: Great Sound, Les Paul classic sound, Durable, Great Price
  • CONS: You may need to better change factory strings

Almost every guitar enthusiast would love to own a Les Paul. Here’s your opportunity to own the undisputed King of solid-body Electric guitars. The Epiphone Les Paul Standard is a must-have in any guitarist’s collection, because of its unmatched tone and sustain.

Affordable
Les Paul guitars have been associated with Epiphone ever since Les created the world’s first electric guitar (early 1940’s). The Les Paul Standard is Epiphone’s Flagship LP (top model in Epiphone’s Les Paul Collection of electric guitars). This Epiphone Les Paul Standard model combines affordability with the classic features and tone of a Les Paul.



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Good choice for serious beginners & intermediate players
This is a great inexpensive electric guitar for serious beginners & quality conscious intermediate guitar players. This one comes with good sound quality and great pickup, this guitar is bound to give you the feel of owning an expensive guitar- only for a lesser price!

Although this is a good guitar for the price, professionals may prefer something more expensive (If playing the guitar is more of a day job for you).

For all other purposes, the Epiphone LP Standard Les Paul Collection Electric Guitar is certainly an item to consider!

More about the construction of this guitar
Legendary guitarist and inventor Les Paul lends his signature to every real Les Paul guitar, authenticating the design standards, so you know you are getting “the real thing.”

Featuring a mahogany body & neck, and rosewood fingerboard with traditional trapezoid inlays, it comes with a pair of high-output Alnico Classic Humbucker pickups. It also features chrome hardware, Grover tuners, with the new Epiphone LockTone locking Tune-o-matic bridge and stop-bar tailpiece that gives it the sustain that this guitar is famous for.

This Epiphone is more affordable than its big brother, but that doesn’t mean this guitar skimps on sound or quality. Visually and ergonomically, it is almost identical to the more expensive model. Put one of these beauties in your hands and neither you nor your listeners will be able to tell the difference.

With the cutaway style, you get better access to the frets. A single cutaway allows the fingers to move past the neck-body join. In an acoustic guitar, cutaways can change the sound quality of the guitar. In an electric guitar, it makes no difference if it is a single cutaway or a double cutaway. It all comes down to style
and fingering preference.

Epiphone LP Les Paul Standard Electric Guitar

Main Features of this guitar:

  • Alnico Classic(TM) Humbucker pickups
  • Rosewood fretboard, 24.75 scale
  • Mahogany body and Maple top
  • Available in Blue, Ebony, Gold, cardinal colors
  • Features Les Paul cutaway style and controls.
  • Better Price for the Same Sound


Buy Epiphone Les Paul Standard Electric Guitar


A Gibson might sound better, but this one will save you a little money and still sound good. This Epiphone electric guitar is a excellent guitar and worth the money.

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  1. This guitar looks really good. I have never seen such beauty in a Les Paul. The top is the best. Although it needed to be waxed, it is a good look.

  2. I find the guitar sounds a lot better than the fender strat. It sounds a lot stronger and you can really hear the strings bends.

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