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Epiphone Les Paul Standard
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Epiphone Les Paul Standard

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

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The_Missing_Dude The_Missing_Dude
Published on 05/25/07 at 17:50
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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