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Epiphone Les Paul Special II
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Epiphone Les Paul Special II

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

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dixie13 dixie13

«  Good value for money »

Publié le 01/13/11 à 06:50
Value For Money : Excellent
Made in Korea
Tune-o-matic
22 frets
two humbuckers


UTILIZATION

The handle is rather late for a les paul model, it is far from the "tree trunk" usual, which is a plus for the solos and chord changes fast.
Body shape ... ben is paul, and thinner, therefore lighter than its big sister, and more convenient.
access to treble is fairly easy, even for the game to bottleneck.

It is imperative to change the mechanical !!!!!!

SOUNDS

Sounds perfect for blues, Southern Rock, Blues and Rock.
in clean, sound can be a bit too unqualified, rather plastic, but very quickly takes the scale when you push the sound distortion crunch then.
I use a Kustom Defender Amp tube, and the sound is sublime (well, for blues fans)

OVERALL OPINION

Since 1 year I own this guitar, it never disappointed me (besides its clean)
For its price range it remains well above average.
In addition it lends itself very well to custom.
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