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

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  • BrasiligunBrasiligun

    Super guitar started

    Epiphone Les Paul Special IPublished on 04/19/13 at 08:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Fixed bridge, two humbuckers, 3 position, handle 22 frets, 2 volume knobs / tone

    UTILIZATION

    Personally it was my 1st "real" electric guitar, I adored his run and I was able to compare multiple, access to acute is correct but hey its past 19 becomes complicated. Channel target.

    Level welterweight, never felt special when wearing fatigues, and his was more than adequate with its origins microphones

    SOUNDS

    Its versatile, good for a first guitar, very versatile. Ideal for someone who has not yet found its genre.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Guitar that is not at all easy, its production is stopped and it is now Limited Edition. On the photo you can see I put mine, I pain…
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    Fixed bridge, two humbuckers, 3 position, handle 22 frets, 2 volume knobs / tone

    UTILIZATION

    Personally it was my 1st "real" electric guitar, I adored his run and I was able to compare multiple, access to acute is correct but hey its past 19 becomes complicated. Channel target.

    Level welterweight, never felt special when wearing fatigues, and his was more than adequate with its origins microphones

    SOUNDS

    Its versatile, good for a first guitar, very versatile. Ideal for someone who has not yet found its genre.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Guitar that is not at all easy, its production is stopped and it is now Limited Edition. On the photo you can see I put mine, I painted the handle and changed the pickups for two origins Gibson I have found nothing but all parts are origins. More than correct small guitar for beginners or for use as a travel guitar or for someone who moves around a lot. The only advice I can give is directly changed the strings if you find an original: p

    Today I went to an Epiphone Les Paul Standard Ebony, we still feel the difference in quality, but I care and I always keep my Special I
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