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Epiphone Elitist Les Paul Standard Plus
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Epiphone Elitist Les Paul Standard Plus

LP-Shaped Guitar from Epiphone belonging to the Les Paul series.

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jeanphilippe2861 jeanphilippe2861
Published on 09/28/07 at 09:42
Made in Japan, the United States rvis, 24 frets, the pickups are humbuckers United States 50 and SR 60 ST, the bridge:
The rglage: Volume 2 Tone + 2 + 3 slecteur microphone positions.
Channel lespaul an identical home gibson.
Employ the hardware is a word of high rev range, I would say even more it is superbly finished from some of Gibson Les Paul that can sortire today.

UTILIZATION

The handle is beautiful, enjoyable, its slides alone, acute at the CHAC is perfect, weight: quite heavy, but not of Mistra the woods used are a must: Mahogany + Rabl.
Otient is the sound quickly, it's easy you just have to play, everything is good.

SOUNDS

I play with an all-tube Laney VC 30, the sound is warm, a little bold, powerful, fair, saturation cause you to fall, this is a killer scratches, it is comparable to the Gibson Les Paul Standard, custom, but She has a little trick, I find it a more prope less fat, you CPDA was simple as you put the ds watts with a saturated, sends his grave. It is also beautiful in the light or for crunchy blues, jazz. solos die ..........................................

OVERALL OPINION

For two years I have tried several MODELS: Start, tl gibson, gretsh .... but it is trrible it plutt are scarce and people are not aware of ELITE in piphone he believe it is a classic piphone 400 euros, except that this one it 1750 is worth it in quotes: "the luxury of home piphone" THE BIG BOSS rvis by GIBSON, except that it passes through their hands because of the guitar that price you can not get help with selling his or her dfault does not ring. Frankly I redo this choice a hundred times.
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