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Epiphone Les Paul Ultra II
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Epiphone Les Paul Ultra II

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

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brutus01brutus01

Epiphone Les Paul Ultra IIPublished on 05/09/09 at 06:26
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Sourced (it says derrire the head) and not China as I have read on some forums.
Humbucker pickups 22 frets jumbo.2 style Classic 57 '+ 1 Shadow NANOMAG instead of dernire freight.
Volume 3 + 1 Tone gnrale and back, a gain, treble and a bass for a NANOMAG.
2 output jacks: one for the Nano and a mix for 3 microphones.
Stereo output 2 if possde amplis.C is gnial in sound.
Rosewood handle Flat plutt Gibson 60's style.
Mahogany body openwork table Saddle loop beauty

UTILIZATION

The handle is nice, the frets do not hang well polished fingers.
Access in acute Les Paul style (is better).
Because the body pierced and less heavy, the guitar tends to bend the head.
The sound......
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Sourced (it says derrire the head) and not China as I have read on some forums.
Humbucker pickups 22 frets jumbo.2 style Classic 57 '+ 1 Shadow NANOMAG instead of dernire freight.
Volume 3 + 1 Tone gnrale and back, a gain, treble and a bass for a NANOMAG.
2 output jacks: one for the Nano and a mix for 3 microphones.
Stereo output 2 if possde amplis.C is gnial in sound.
Rosewood handle Flat plutt Gibson 60's style.
Mahogany body openwork table Saddle loop beauty

UTILIZATION

The handle is nice, the frets do not hang well polished fingers.
Access in acute Les Paul style (is better).
Because the body pierced and less heavy, the guitar tends to bend the head.
The sound is good with the NANOMAG trs, trs velvety and treble are not screaming because of the positioning end (beginners?) Handle.
Microphones magntiques lack a bit of grain I have no got.Ils own personality.
The sound is good all the same but a change of microphones needed for my part, I think mount 490R and 498T pickups or amricains GFS "Retrotron" (price given on their website)

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SOUNDS

That said, the guitar is playable trs, good ergonomics and a good finish trs.
I play on Kustom 72 Coupe 'and Kustom Sienna 65 is obtained and sounds good trs.
Especially with the Sienna NANOMAG Electroacoustic.

OVERALL OPINION

I for 1 week.
I love his look in Midnight Ebony.La table magnifique.L 'dor hardware brings a classy, ​​the back of the neck has a satin varnish trs soft.
Magntiques mics are a little weak especially the neck pickup is missing some graves.Ceci says it's a personal opinion can be influenced by the fact that I possde a Gibson Les Paul Studio, which she has a neck pickup (490R) of the fire god with low buzzing.
I possde a PRS Custom 24, a Fender Buddy Guy Sratocaster and a Gibson Les Paul Studio and when I saw the sale price of the Epi (589), I thought that this should not be the terrible stuff.
Well I am surprised by the enjoyable overall quality of this guitar.
Catalog Epiphone is provided a trs MODELS good finish (go see Les Paul Prophecy GX and EX).
The report qualitprix is ​​excellent as the dlocalisation what is good for us anyway because guitar 25 years ago for the price and taking into account inflation, it was a poorly painted wooden board adjusts approximately and ringing false in many cases (including j'me).
I do it again so this choice without hsiter (Prophecy GX can be?)
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alexandre domingeralexandre dominger

Epiphone Les Paul Ultra IIPublished on 09/25/09 at 06:04
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Manufacture Made in KOREA
Back of the neck satin.
22 frets and a piezo at the 24th fret.
Rglage table: a bridge pickup volume. 1volume neck pickup, piezo pickup 1 volume, 1 Tone adjustable.
Rglage back for Piezo Mic: 1 win, 1 treble, 1 bass.
I put a small BMOL: the cover of the battery for the piezo does not bind well.

UTILIZATION

Super enjoyable playing with a sleeve on the back painted satin.
Great ergonomics, great balance.
Accs in acute ... as a Les Paul!

Ha sound ... you get there!
Amazing. Great sound with Alnico. The piezo really practitioner. This gives a seriously INTERESTED magntiques by mixing the pickups and piezo.

SOUNDS

Super versatile. Suitable......
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Manufacture Made in KOREA
Back of the neck satin.
22 frets and a piezo at the 24th fret.
Rglage table: a bridge pickup volume. 1volume neck pickup, piezo pickup 1 volume, 1 Tone adjustable.
Rglage back for Piezo Mic: 1 win, 1 treble, 1 bass.
I put a small BMOL: the cover of the battery for the piezo does not bind well.

UTILIZATION

Super enjoyable playing with a sleeve on the back painted satin.
Great ergonomics, great balance.
Accs in acute ... as a Les Paul!

Ha sound ... you get there!
Amazing. Great sound with Alnico. The piezo really practitioner. This gives a seriously INTERESTED magntiques by mixing the pickups and piezo.

SOUNDS

Super versatile. Suitable for all styles.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a week.
I love playing on Schecter & Godin.
I love the Epiphone design, touch the handle, the varnish of the table and finishing.
Lowest price in France and available for version feded cherry.
The best: everything and made and available at ThoTho!

I do it again this choice without hsiter! I love this guitar!
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ObureauObureau

Trs happy with my purchase

Epiphone Les Paul Ultra IIPublished on 06/17/11 at 11:55
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Made in Asia, trs enjoyable round, for against that can hurt when choosing rigid ropes. Otherwise everything is said t

UTILIZATION

For use, it is very well, with the default of Les Paul. NANOMAG little regret for the works .... battery but it lasts a long time.
I possde a Cort and I am glad that trs's too.

SOUNDS

The sound is "versatile" is basically good but it's just good, nothing underneath, so I will be ending for the can to the Seymour Duncan j'hsite but also because of the style (j 'have the Sunburst).
However the NANOMAG really brings a more enjoyable and is trs, it can play in stereo on two amps! ^ ^

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a year and I am glad trs
The......
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Made in Asia, trs enjoyable round, for against that can hurt when choosing rigid ropes. Otherwise everything is said t

UTILIZATION

For use, it is very well, with the default of Les Paul. NANOMAG little regret for the works .... battery but it lasts a long time.
I possde a Cort and I am glad that trs's too.

SOUNDS

The sound is "versatile" is basically good but it's just good, nothing underneath, so I will be ending for the can to the Seymour Duncan j'hsite but also because of the style (j 'have the Sunburst).
However the NANOMAG really brings a more enjoyable and is trs, it can play in stereo on two amps! ^ ^

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a year and I am glad trs
The NANOMAG and really great, the price is what it is (I think Quil is better than a gibson in the first prizes).
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J486851J486851

Interesting potential

Epiphone Les Paul Ultra IIPublished on 11/06/10 at 02:56
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Special features:
- The mechanics are of average quality. for Grover, they are a bit disappointing. they are not useless but could do better
- The handle is wide enough and thick (compared to a C Gibson Les Paul for example). If the width is not a problem, the thickness gives some impression of "beam" in the hand (profile D)
- The key is quite pleasant even if the finish of the frets along the stick is not luxurious
- Neck and body "chambered" body mahogany giving it a lightness significant. Another consequence is the (slight) imbalance felt during the game, although the tendency to err on the handle is widely acceptable (I was expecting much worse)
- The table is frankly beautiful:......
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Special features:
- The mechanics are of average quality. for Grover, they are a bit disappointing. they are not useless but could do better
- The handle is wide enough and thick (compared to a C Gibson Les Paul for example). If the width is not a problem, the thickness gives some impression of "beam" in the hand (profile D)
- The key is quite pleasant even if the finish of the frets along the stick is not luxurious
- Neck and body "chambered" body mahogany giving it a lightness significant. Another consequence is the (slight) imbalance felt during the game, although the tendency to err on the handle is widely acceptable (I was expecting much worse)
- The table is frankly beautiful: she truly respects the spirit of Gibson's Class
- The classic alnico humbuckers are more, which is added a piezo NANOMAG. that is embedded in the handle end, as a 23 ° box ...
- The knobs are: 1 volume neck, volume bridge 1, 1 piezo volume, 1 tone. they are really not great in terms of escalation, even a little temperamental to use. damage.
- The piezo has a preamp whose settings are on the back of the guitar:
3 mini bass knobs, trebble, gain
- 2 output jacks: either use the combined sounds of a jack - a jack is dedicated to Hum, the other piezo
- I have a bit apprehensive with the usual selector Humbuckers that looks cheap

UTILIZATION

as mentioned earlier, the hardware is of average quality but objectively it is justified by the general level and tariff of the instrument. We must add that the potential is pretty interesting: piezo output configuration, chambered body ...
Finally, everything is ultimately correctable with a simple replacement of mechanical knobs, selector ...
the configuration of the electronics (knobs + jacks) I think is almost ideal.
the rest is Gibson: access to acute form of the instrument ...

SOUNDS

Here again we must capitalize on the potential of the guitar. the humbuckers are "not bad". I think that replacing the grave by an SH2 and SH1 is an acute solve their only fault: the lack of real bass and shine. It deserves to be dug. Apart from that, the behavior of microphones is good and pleasantly versatile.
the body "chambered" is not obviously not a hollow body jazz type but it brings nice touches as the sound and the microphone selected (eg on an open agreement with the combination of soil micro severe acute +)
in the same spirit, the piezo is an asset to exploit. it is always very interesting to use. although neutral in its tone, it provides therefore also a great potential.

OVERALL OPINION

Playing for many years on a Gibson Les Paul Reissue 59, I could not help but make the comparison. Finally, I appreciate the Epiphone for its general very interesting and undeniable potential. value for money is even better.
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  • Manufacturer: Epiphone
  • Model: Les Paul Ultra II
  • Series: Les Paul
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 09/02/2008

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Other names: les paul ultraii, les paul ultra 2, les paul ultra2

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