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Epiphone Les Paul Custom
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Epiphone Les Paul Custom

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

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Publié le 02/10/08 à 11:20
Value For Money : Excellent
Made in Korea
Maple set neck
Rosewood
Alder body / mahogany
Alnico Classic HB 1, a micro Alnico Hot HB
Tune-o-matic
Gold hardware
Binding on body, neck and head

UTILIZATION

The handle is a pure joy slip his alone, access to acute is like all the Les Paul dificil a little early, but the creature is easily tamed, weight is important but we are not wimps, some muscle and go. To the sounds of happiness also, finally, for those who like gibson or epiphone.

SOUNDS

It is well suited to my style of music

I play on a Marshall Valvestate amp vs65R who has ten years

Sounds warm, clear round, the distorted sounds pretty good spit.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 years, I can not get enough, more like the shape of the Les Paul.
The only negative is its weight but hey I played 5 hours without back pain.
Very good quality / price ratio the materials used are of good quality and finishing more than correct for a Korean.
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