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

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  • Solid all-rounder guitar

    Epiphone Les Paul StandardPublished on 02/23/21 at 09:08
    The Epiphone Les Paul Standard is a solid all-rounder guitar, versatile enough to tackle pretty much any style of music. The neck is slimmer than a Gibson Les Paul and the body is lighter too. It is giggable, although the pickups (Alnico Classic Pro) can be quite muddy when trying to achieve a clean tone. For most rock or blues styles, though, this is fine. The finish is great for this price point and you could recommend the instrument for gigging, recording and home practice. Some versions have Grover tuners which is a great plus. Noel Gallagher famously used the 90s model of this guitar at early gigs and demos.
  • Epiphone Les Paul StandardPublished on 05/25/07 at 17:50
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    It's a Les Paul, everyone knows ...

    But, as amended by luthier with:

    -Non Don Lace sleeve
    -Non Lace Sensor Red Dual easel

    -Chevalet Wilkinson rollers, large bridges rglables race
    -stop Fine tuning Vaccaro bar (very rare) that adds body to the sound because it has more of matter and DETAILEDREPORT in the mass.

    -Mcaniques Black Grover locking quick assembly ropes

    and stationary belt buttons Strap-Lock history it does not fall on stage.

    Without forgetting the wood lighter than a conventional standard.
    I'd list as Les Paul changes because everything that is not a standard at all, despite the opinion of modrateur who did not have tried before judge:-)

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    It's a Les Paul, everyone knows ...

    But, as amended by luthier with:

    -Non Don Lace sleeve
    -Non Lace Sensor Red Dual easel

    -Chevalet Wilkinson rollers, large bridges rglables race
    -stop Fine tuning Vaccaro bar (very rare) that adds body to the sound because it has more of matter and DETAILEDREPORT in the mass.

    -Mcaniques Black Grover locking quick assembly ropes

    and stationary belt buttons Strap-Lock history it does not fall on stage.

    Without forgetting the wood lighter than a conventional standard.
    I'd list as Les Paul changes because everything that is not a standard at all, despite the opinion of modrateur who did not have tried before judge:-)

    USE

    It is always a Les Paul ...

    However, it is more lightweight, so the shoulder hurts less:-), but the sound is not to suffer, far from.

    SONORITS

    The highlight, thanks to the many changes.
    Forget epiphone you have experienced, it SONNE and sends it right.
    Between Rock Jazz very round and very dense, nothing ADOPTED.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Superb guitar, very beautiful, the table is beautiful flame maple.
    This is a rel happy to have it in your hands.
    I've had two years, I still love.
    I tried a lot of epiphone before, they do not make weight ct:-)
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  • Not bad at all

    Epiphone Les Paul StandardPublished on 09/09/10 at 04:58
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    Standard piphone nothing to say more
    except that the microphones are zero !!! or correct for a beginner!

    USE

    It is heavy like all Les Paul!
    if the handle is pleasant
    I think the finish is frankly not bad for price


    SONORITS

    I did not test with an amp because I have no desire to listen to the original pickups!
    empty but I compar with my violin and guitar sounds quite frankly its vacuum !!
    so I put 8 because it was empty sounds really pretty and gossips who do not like to say that as brands want but honestly for the price I think there's potential with better microphones

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    well if you like trains paul and you do not want to ruin you ben made pt! Just......
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    Standard piphone nothing to say more
    except that the microphones are zero !!! or correct for a beginner!

    USE

    It is heavy like all Les Paul!
    if the handle is pleasant
    I think the finish is frankly not bad for price


    SONORITS

    I did not test with an amp because I have no desire to listen to the original pickups!
    empty but I compar with my violin and guitar sounds quite frankly its vacuum !!
    so I put 8 because it was empty sounds really pretty and gossips who do not like to say that as brands want but honestly for the price I think there's potential with better microphones

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    well if you like trains paul and you do not want to ruin you ben made pt! Just pay attention to the ears warned the microphones are not exceptional !!
    otherwise it is a nice guitar I do not hsiterai was up on stage when the microphones are changbr /> small BMOL is that there's more or less good series So fluke or not !!
    a wise
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  • Epiphone Les Paul StandardPublished on 04/16/09 at 18:59
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    USE

    A Les Paul, with the comfort and less, the quality varnished less.
    Poor violin and a solidity more than average. It is very far from a Gibson.

    SONORITS

    The sound is not bad, rather versatile. But still, it was better for less.
    The guitar is suitable for a lot of styles: blues, rock, hard rock, pop, ...
    I found this not particularly good for the Mtal (except stone-rock styles or green-day), but since I do not play nearly as not to pose too many problems.

    The sound is fat enough, not bad, but it was obviously not the grain of a Gibson.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    To be clear, this guitar is not bad at all, it is really worth.
    It is rather versatile and simply......
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    USE

    A Les Paul, with the comfort and less, the quality varnished less.
    Poor violin and a solidity more than average. It is very far from a Gibson.

    SONORITS

    The sound is not bad, rather versatile. But still, it was better for less.
    The guitar is suitable for a lot of styles: blues, rock, hard rock, pop, ...
    I found this not particularly good for the Mtal (except stone-rock styles or green-day), but since I do not play nearly as not to pose too many problems.

    The sound is fat enough, not bad, but it was obviously not the grain of a Gibson.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    To be clear, this guitar is not bad at all, it is really worth.
    It is rather versatile and simply if it is used with the proper hardware.

    However, a standard complaint I find it quite chre in the sense o my Ibanez cot which offers 100 less than the Superior his Epiphone, and also a better finish.

    Obviously Gibson Epiphone is more in the mind, even though now that I have a real Gibson SG, I realize that the sound of the Epiphone years Enlightenment.
    I do not think I would do this choice. I would opt for Ibanez or Yamaha I think. But even when the guitar is not bad for purists seeking Gibson reasonable price.
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  • Epiphone Les Paul StandardPublished on 04/01/10 at 22:48
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    I just bought this guitar 460 euros in store, tell the truth I do not know if it's a standard Plain Top or more standard (if someone just help me):
    characteristics:
    -mcaniques Grover accuracy of all than my Gibson Faded Lespaul
    - Al sleeve with a beautiful rosewood fingerboard all the beauty faded Gibson is infrieur regarding the handle (much bigger and thick, less well finished)
    - Mahogany body, lighter than that of the Lespaul, I prefer the Gibson with no varnish thus leaves or wood and stroke the wood.
    - Table flamm maple any beauty Gibson has no maple table at all.
    - 2 Humbucker Alnico very good quality they sound less dry than 490 of the Gibson Faded.

    Both say right......
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    I just bought this guitar 460 euros in store, tell the truth I do not know if it's a standard Plain Top or more standard (if someone just help me):
    characteristics:
    -mcaniques Grover accuracy of all than my Gibson Faded Lespaul
    - Al sleeve with a beautiful rosewood fingerboard all the beauty faded Gibson is infrieur regarding the handle (much bigger and thick, less well finished)
    - Mahogany body, lighter than that of the Lespaul, I prefer the Gibson with no varnish thus leaves or wood and stroke the wood.
    - Table flamm maple any beauty Gibson has no maple table at all.
    - 2 Humbucker Alnico very good quality they sound less dry than 490 of the Gibson Faded.

    Both say right away if you hsiter Gibson Les Paul faded between 700 euros and Epiphone, Epiphone take, the finish is much better and the Grover mcaniques better quality of the Kluxon.
    I sidr by the quality of this guitar compared eg Prs Santana SE.
    Compared Gibson USA, the Chinese manufacturing helps to provide more for less chre.


    USE

    I bought this guitar mainly for its sleeve. I love my Gibson Les Paul faded but his neck is too wide and thick to play quickly, the key is more bad quality.
    The handle of the piphone is round and less thick, much faster and the key is of much better quality has sees the naked eye.
    The ergonomics are very good, the guitar is slightly lighter than the Gibson, if not the form we like it or not like it, I love it.
    I find easy access to acute but on the other I'm not ct Satriani ...
    We immediately get a good sound.


    SONORITS

    I read reviews that say we need to change the pickups, I not rpons. Really not worth it.
    Compared Gibson, the sound is even better, less dry, more fat on the neck and just as sharp in acute microphones.
    It's the sound you love, bold, warm and full on the neck pickup. I do not see the advantage to mount a 59 Duncan will be certainly more prcis but will not have the Gibson grain. Compared Gibson, I prefer the neck pickup of piphone.
    In clean you can play blues, jazz.

    The bridge pickup is a bit less powerful than the Gibson but really you have to play for hours to realize it. In any case, it is better than Santana Prs Se.
    This Epiphone presents a sound less modern than the Gibson, it is better for the blues / rock, hard / blues but play metal, Take the Gibson. The sound is drier, more modern law.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Very frankly I will sell the Gibson Faded because aside from the fact that there are marked Gibson on his head, it is well below the Epiphone in comfort. For Epiphone sounds made many Interim progress I remember the old Epiphone factory in Korea whose sound was almost deaf. So do not believe the guys who sell Epiphone Core or Japan by saying that it sounds better than new. That is completely wrong! Epiphone is widely at the Gibson Faded especially well above the old Toka I have 25 years of experience ... If you really want the sound pure and hard Gibson, take the standard 2000 euros, I had a studio which was still worse than the faded.
    I put 10/10 Epiphone this knowing that I do not know if it's a standard or standard addition. A truly amazing guitar! An audience will not make the difference with a standard Gibson, I think the guys who change the pickups a bit to do anything because the pickups are really very good.
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  • I had a dream ...

    Epiphone Les Paul StandardPublished on 07/26/14 at 23:21
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    Electric guitar Mahogany body, Maple top, bolt-on mahogany, rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, neck and bridge humbucker. Scale: 628mm, Width at nut: 42mm, chrome hardware, Colour: Cherryburst.

    UTILIZATION

    Good handle, well balanced, acceptable weight but with a wide strap. Good access to acute, we get the sound you seek without problems, that is if we know what are the knobs ...

    SOUNDS

    It was my first guitar, so she agreed to all styles of music ...
    the clean a little warm, bluesy, well hairy imitation Slash, unfortunately I only played on a 15W amp Park. I tried to approach the sound of the gun's or AC / DC at the time, there are already 20 years ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used it......
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    Electric guitar Mahogany body, Maple top, bolt-on mahogany, rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, neck and bridge humbucker. Scale: 628mm, Width at nut: 42mm, chrome hardware, Colour: Cherryburst.

    UTILIZATION

    Good handle, well balanced, acceptable weight but with a wide strap. Good access to acute, we get the sound you seek without problems, that is if we know what are the knobs ...

    SOUNDS

    It was my first guitar, so she agreed to all styles of music ...
    the clean a little warm, bluesy, well hairy imitation Slash, unfortunately I only played on a 15W amp Park. I tried to approach the sound of the gun's or AC / DC at the time, there are already 20 years ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used it for 3 years every day, then enter working life that I touched no longer so only intermittently. I also did two years with stage and this is where its limits were found. I finally worked on a self-produced album with, or combined with the effects of 4-track recorder, I got something coherent ... in the words of the guy who completely mastering my tracks.
    This guitar, I also loved for its aesthetics, and despite the overall quality of all a bit cheap, I spent hours with pure pleasure. I said low end in terms of what is installed on the imitated, THE Gibson Les Paul style! It is a beautiful gift we m'à is there all the same, and the same means, I will be also paid me a copy rather than the original.
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  • A good surprise

    Epiphone Les Paul StandardPublished on 05/30/14 at 14:46
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    - Type: solid body electric guitar
    - Series: Les Paul Special Run
    - Provenance: Asia
    - Body: Mahogany
    - Table: Carved Mahogany
    - Neck: Mahogany, '50s Rounded profile '
    - Rosewood
    - Frets: 22 Medium Type
    - Scale: 24.75 "
    - Radius: 14 "
    - Pickups: 2 Alnico Classic humbucker Epiphone More
    - Controls: 1 volume by micro, 1 tone micro, / 3-position selector
    - Bridge: Epiphone Tune-O-Matic
    - Tailpiece: Epiphone Stopbar
    - Tuners: Grover Modern oil bath
    - Hardware: chrome
    - Cosmetics:
    - Color: Worn Cherry
    - Verni: polyurethane satin
    - Ref. : ENSWCCH4

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is nice to play with strings 10/46, I set the action low and I only have a few......
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    - Type: solid body electric guitar
    - Series: Les Paul Special Run
    - Provenance: Asia
    - Body: Mahogany
    - Table: Carved Mahogany
    - Neck: Mahogany, '50s Rounded profile '
    - Rosewood
    - Frets: 22 Medium Type
    - Scale: 24.75 "
    - Radius: 14 "
    - Pickups: 2 Alnico Classic humbucker Epiphone More
    - Controls: 1 volume by micro, 1 tone micro, / 3-position selector
    - Bridge: Epiphone Tune-O-Matic
    - Tailpiece: Epiphone Stopbar
    - Tuners: Grover Modern oil bath
    - Hardware: chrome
    - Cosmetics:
    - Color: Worn Cherry
    - Verni: polyurethane satin
    - Ref. : ENSWCCH4

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is nice to play with strings 10/46, I set the action low and I only have a few small boxes frizz, inaudible on my Laney LC15 or records. This does not impact the game or sound, I left the setting as this. The finish is successful, only the rosewood is a bit dull, but it must be arranged. After, bah it's seen and ratavu, access to acute rather lame, bridge and tailpiece classic.

    SOUNDS

    The clean sounds are correct, but hey, if you want pure sound of madness, you buy a strat and then you stop tinkering.
    The Les Paul is made for big sound and that's why we love him.
    In My Laney LC15 she is doing very honestly I must say. I did not expect to find a sound like that. By the gain of the amp and the guitar volume way down (just), we timidly approach the myth and the ridiculous price of this used guitar, hat Epiphone.
    The bridge pickup is the most successful, it enters all large distortion effects and keeping a good definition. on the other hand, it can not be said of the neck pickup. we quickly right with porridge when he asks too much.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I'm addicted to my stratocaster, but now, forced to confessed that Epiphone has something. I'll change the neck pickup to be sure, buy him a pickguard and buttons more to my liking, and then we will be faced with a very fine specimen that will give me that "vintage noiseless" my strat does not have namely a big sound very fat. The whole is coherent for a quality / hard to beat, at least on this model money, and yes I would do this choice.
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  • I love it!

    Epiphone Les Paul StandardPublished on 12/22/13 at 10:40
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    Made in China, like all Epiphone.
    Bridge tune-o-matic
    Channel 60's profile, rather like that of Gibson.
    22 frets, 2 humbuckers, 2 volume, 2 tone, 3-position selector 1.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is perfect for my taste, it was really good in hand ..... it can be tiring to start for beginners.
    The interface is identical in all respects to the "real" and access to acute .... not the best in the world, but it is a Les Paul.
    We easily get the sound you want, even if the microphones are improved.
    Note that it has a weight, which can surprise me in the beginning .... it does not bother me, on the contrary, at least we feel we have something "clumsy" in the hands!

    SOUNDS

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    Made in China, like all Epiphone.
    Bridge tune-o-matic
    Channel 60's profile, rather like that of Gibson.
    22 frets, 2 humbuckers, 2 volume, 2 tone, 3-position selector 1.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is perfect for my taste, it was really good in hand ..... it can be tiring to start for beginners.
    The interface is identical in all respects to the "real" and access to acute .... not the best in the world, but it is a Les Paul.
    We easily get the sound you want, even if the microphones are improved.
    Note that it has a weight, which can surprise me in the beginning .... it does not bother me, on the contrary, at least we feel we have something "clumsy" in the hands!

    SOUNDS

    Are they suitable for your style of music? YES
    The sounds are varied, everything goes on this guitar, but the rock, hard rock / are its chosen fields .... blues and jazz are not left out either ....
    The sound is fat in OD or distortion, although "guts" ..... the cleans are not bad at all ....
    The bridge pickup is my favorite, the handle a little less because it quickly becomes messy, especially with gain ..... ultimately microphones are average, but not to throw the dice the first few minutes! for the price it is very correct, if you take the time to adjust the guitar. It is true they are quite neutral, without a great personality, for they have against an output level enough balèze.
    The sustain is extra, as the true .... probably due to its good body "massive" and heavy ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a little over a year, and I'm not tired. For me it's still worth it sûre.Avant I had a Yamaha Pacifica and a Cort M200. Nothing to do .....
    I honestly do not have specific criticisms of this guitar ..... the look and finish are beautiful, the sounds are quite decent at first, the violin is very good ..... the volume knobs work well and are not "ON / OFF", those tone a bit less, but it will.
    The Grover tuners are excellent, it does not move one bit what happens.
    The value for money is EXCELLENT: at present, it is less than 300 euros on some sites, and frankly, at this price, I do not see anything requiring more .... must well set at the start: curvature of the handle, action, intonation, pitch microphones, and it sounds!
    Then, for less than 100 euros, you can mount GFS pickups (including the price / quality ratio is stunning) and there for not even 400 euros was a guitar that has not much to envy her big sister ..... the pickiest can possibly change the knobs and optimize a little wiring, and there it will be really perfect home perfect!
    Several times I asked myself if I was not going to sell to try to find better, but in this price range, I have not found, for me it is THE quintessential Les Paul copy ..... logic, it is now "branded" official Gibson.

    With experience, you do again this choice? EYES CLOSED!
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  • toutoute first time!

    Epiphone Les Paul StandardPublished on 05/07/13 at 17:26
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    korea, samick factory, factory outlet in March 1996
    bolt-on neck, mahogany, rosewood fingerboard 22
    medium jumbo fret
    back and eclipse mahogany maple
    Original Sam-Sung microphones
    tailpiece tune o matic
    standard model studio sunburst but I've never found one that had a name like that.
    coda bought in Paris and it does not look like a studio, and has slight difference with a standard, I email epiphone for more info

    UTILIZATION

    the neck is super thin slim as the Paul slim neck today, often in the 90's guy who tested my guitar made me praise my sleeve
    it is a heavy Paul the accessibility is very good
    sound pickups and pots condo block is not terrible, but the time has......
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    korea, samick factory, factory outlet in March 1996
    bolt-on neck, mahogany, rosewood fingerboard 22
    medium jumbo fret
    back and eclipse mahogany maple
    Original Sam-Sung microphones
    tailpiece tune o matic
    standard model studio sunburst but I've never found one that had a name like that.
    coda bought in Paris and it does not look like a studio, and has slight difference with a standard, I email epiphone for more info

    UTILIZATION

    the neck is super thin slim as the Paul slim neck today, often in the 90's guy who tested my guitar made me praise my sleeve
    it is a heavy Paul the accessibility is very good
    sound pickups and pots condo block is not terrible, but the time has come to make a small change with gibson knobs 59, bubble bee capacitors and DiMarzio paf 36 th anniversary, I think not take risk to say it 'll waltz in the cottages!
    brief the violin is of very good quality and 16 years of age sustain very good unplugged

    SOUNDS

    these people it my Swiss Army knife in all styles accompanied by multi, effects caught up with her super versatile microphones, vintage daneletro on my nifty fifty, and goes all over my Marshall, it also had a fender stage185 sounded good and clean, well crystalline saturated the marshall heavy fat has its wish
    After mod as mentioned I will complete article

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use these since November 96 my first electric guitar and for anything I divide them, she stayed in the closet a few years, for the favors of the other guitars and these I discovered it was Point the violin was good because I play a lot and believe me unplug it has nothing to envy to the model of American big brother standard model

    tested and approved by several scratch! and myself once holder of the gibson epiphone the hawk my surpassed them on all points except the pickups and electronics
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  • A quality instrument, a good base for upgrades

    Epiphone Les Paul StandardPublished on 03/05/13 at 11:53
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    Characteristics Epiphone Les Paul Standard ...
    A one detail: mine was not a Korean, but part of this series, branded "limited edition" behind the head (not made in Korea), built in czechoslovakia with European woods, and finished Nashville.

    A Standard Cherry Red like no other what ..

    UTILIZATION

    It has a side "real Les Paul" considerable weight, perfect finish, a round handle enough for me but very comfortable, and sustain madness ... even empty! I was impressed by the ability of the guitar to transmit the vibrations of the strings, and lonnnnnnnnnngtemps after playing the note.
    Access to acute is that of a Les Paul what ...

    small defect, but present in all the shovels that......
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    Characteristics Epiphone Les Paul Standard ...
    A one detail: mine was not a Korean, but part of this series, branded "limited edition" behind the head (not made in Korea), built in czechoslovakia with European woods, and finished Nashville.

    A Standard Cherry Red like no other what ..

    UTILIZATION

    It has a side "real Les Paul" considerable weight, perfect finish, a round handle enough for me but very comfortable, and sustain madness ... even empty! I was impressed by the ability of the guitar to transmit the vibrations of the strings, and lonnnnnnnnnngtemps after playing the note.
    Access to acute is that of a Les Paul what ...

    small defect, but present in all the shovels that I have had in my possession: a hard nut to cut, so a holding agreement not always terrible ... Again, no need to change the original mechanical KLUSON are very good: a shot of lime in the luthier, a little pencil in the grooves fat recut the nut, and roll!

    SOUNDS

    This guitar can do everything with his very, very far, thanks to the violin, and "despite" the pickups Epiphone ... These were the black point of the guitar drafts, microphone sometimes ...
    Nevertheless saw the sound already obtained from jazz to metal through blues and rock stuff, it would have been perfect with a pair of microphones gibby ... And it was well worth ii

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used as guitar No. 1 from 1999 to 2008

    Actually I regret a little, and I would not back against a model of the same series, which is well above the Epiphone Les Paul standard.

    If you come across one, to the coast, do not miss!
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