Epiphone Les Paul Standard
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Epiphone Les Paul Standard

Les Paul Standard, LP-Shaped Guitar from Epiphone in the Les Paul series.

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All user reviews of 2/5 for the Epiphone Les Paul Standard

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Average Score:4.3( 4.3/5 based on 67 reviews )
 31 reviews46 %
 27 reviews40 %
 7 reviews10 %
 2 reviews3 %
Audience: Beginners
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icetease01/16/2007

icetease's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Epiphone Les Paul Standard. I wanted the custom but hey, out of stock, and I saw my future ex and former guitar honey burst, it is beautiful, really beautiful, with hindsight, it is only why I bought it. ...
Worth of a lounge, not a concert

UTILIZATION

Good for use, it's still heavy, large round and round ... is the model that does it ... But the sound, really boffinou! Stressful to never hear it well-tuned

SOUNDS

Well I like all styles, I have a Mexican Start with a good sound sublime ... So, I played in my "old" guitar. Micro Punch have no ... even my fender has a sound bigger and fatter with the right settings ...
The acute nickel never give ... I said, "for the price, it is beautiful, you'll change the pickups later" but I even have the courage.
Frankly I wonder how, even with competitive microphones, it could be safe!

OVERALL OPINION

I used it for 8 long months of hard work ...
And I'll try to get rid of it!
on the other hand, it's still beautiful, really beautiful and just for that, it may be worth ...
Hear me: How many beginners give up and do not sell their guitar and say "one day I get back? So for the price, even give up and keep it, if it is beautiful in the living room. C is why I would not be super hard
Jahkal11/17/2004

Jahkal's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Describes CHARACTERISTICS same as those by other users. Mine is brown sunburst + than Submitted photo. The mcaniques are outdated, I bought it for 150 euros OCCAZ.
The following opinion is compltement subjective. I sold to buy a Squier Telecaster and the Les Paul I amrement regret.

UTILIZATION

Trs short sleeve, big enough. Enjoyable to the touch.
The boxes are small trs, a fender compartment. poses a problem for some funky rhythms. Another big problem: according to how hard you press the strings, the note varies.
Note that the microphone is located slecteur the front top of the guitar. If a little frenzied rhythm, there are risks in changing the mic select mgarde full song is not terrible.

SOUNDS

When playing this guitar not branch, has not ring.

When the branch, it is best to avoid playing on all 6 strings at the same time, if not, is a draft.
Its clear it's not terrible, it's neither hot nor crystalline. The microphone is deaf and severe acute micro sounds like a casserole.
In saturation, it is better to play three strings at the max, otherwise it dgueulasse. The definition is fairly Proxima. In my opinion, this is a plutt guitar riffs and solos.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 years, I sold yesterday to buy a fender tlcaster. even when it's something else, even without a sound amplifier. we can hammer, a still. branch, a serious slap!
Basically, the Les Paul did not like (but you understand)