Epiphone Slash Les Paul Standard Plus Top
Epiphone Slash Les Paul Standard Plus Top

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

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MGR/GuitarChica515 06/14/2005

Epiphone Slash Les Paul Standard Plus Top : MGR/GuitarChica515's user review

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I looked all over the world on the internet for this guitar, and I only found one in Caulfield Music, in Australia, and Firehouse Guitars, in Holland, Michigan. I picked up an ebony LPS at Firehouse Guitars the first time I went to Holland, and I couldn't believe the tone, feel, and looks of it! I decided that it should be the one for me. I chose the LPS because it's different, it has a deeper cutaway on the treble side for access to higher notes, it has eighteen tones in one instrument, which is rare, it's light, it's beautiful, and it sounds cool with all 18 tones. I paid $689 at Firehouse Guitars in Holland, Michigan.

I like the LPS because it has 18 tones, has the deeper cutaway on the treble side, is very cosmetic and attractive, it is lightweight, it is unique, and it is a good price for what seems like a $2000 instrument.

I don't have anything negative.

The Epiphone Les Paul Signature has a maple neck, back, and sides, a spruce top, Indian rosewood fingerboard, mother-of-pearl trapezoid inlays, Gotoh tuning gears, a stopbar tailpiece, a switch that says 50, 250, and 500 for the intensity, a Phase In and Out switch, a three-way toggle switch, one volume, one tone, two Electar low-impedence humbucking pickups, and an asymmetrical body shape. The deep florentine cutaway, as I said, lets you play higher notes without looking weird.

Since my Les Paul Signature has all that I expected of it (with tone, feel, and cosmetics), I just LOVE it! I wouldn't trade it for a D'Angelico, a Benedetto, a D'Aquisto, or any other brand that costs as much as a car. The price was awesome for this model. I recommend it for anybody looking for a semi-hollow archtop electric guitar with everything they need.

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