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Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plain Top
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Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plain Top

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

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MGR/Erik Fernholm MGR/Erik Fernholm

« Epiphone Les Paul Heritage »

Published on 03/05/04 at 15:00
I bought it on Forstarkardoktorn.com in Stockholm. It was the best! Paid 850$
It's only available in Scandinavia though...

I like most things about it!

The Machine Heads suck! Buy new ones!

It has a Solid Mahogany body with a class AA- european maple top that is both heavy and beautiful. The finish is incredible compared to the Standard model and so is the detail quality. It has Mahogany a neck with mother-of-pearl inlays and has great action and playability (1960 shape). It is handcrafted in Czechoslovakia so it's not some plastic junk Korean made guitar. The pickups and the rest of the hardware come from Schaller. The pickups sounds very vintage and real. This guitar doesn't feel like an Epiphone at all! More like a Gibson if you ask me!


If you buy an Epiphone, buy this one!

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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