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Epiphone Zakk Wylde Les Paul Custom Plus Camo
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Epiphone Zakk Wylde Les Paul Custom Plus Camo

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

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Epiphone Zakk Wylde Les Paul Custom Plus CamoPublished on 12/13/08 at 10:00
(Originally written by Shark-Food/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
Guitar made in Korea.

22 frets

Passive EMG HZ H4 pickups

Tune-o-matic bridge

Mahogany body with maple top

Mahogany set neck with maple fingerboard

4 controls: 2 x volume and 2 x tone

Grover machine heads

Gold-plated hardware

Nice body binding!

Very good first impression, superb look

A very nice looking guitar!

UTILIZATION

Quite thick neck compared to a 60's model, but still very pleasant!

Same upper frets access as with every Les Paul, no surprises in this respect.

The weight is ok.

I find the guitar is well-balanced.

The sound is a bit surprising, but still the passive pickups sound good (even...…
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(Originally written by Shark-Food/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
Guitar made in Korea.

22 frets

Passive EMG HZ H4 pickups

Tune-o-matic bridge

Mahogany body with maple top

Mahogany set neck with maple fingerboard

4 controls: 2 x volume and 2 x tone

Grover machine heads

Gold-plated hardware

Nice body binding!

Very good first impression, superb look

A very nice looking guitar!

UTILIZATION

Quite thick neck compared to a 60's model, but still very pleasant!

Same upper frets access as with every Les Paul, no surprises in this respect.

The weight is ok.

I find the guitar is well-balanced.

The sound is a bit surprising, but still the passive pickups sound good (even if I recommend an active pickup set)

SOUNDS

Nobody buys a Zakk Wylde model to play chanson!

I think anyone who buys it wants to play some sort of hard rock (or eventually blues).

I use it with a Marshall 150H (hybrid) and this combination gives you very good results (I can't wait to buy active pickups to enhance the sound).

I use a Wah Wylde (excellent) and a MXR ZW44 as well as a Marshall BB II.

You'll have to tune your settings first to avoid a shrilling sound, but you'll find the right settings within minutes.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had it for only 2 days so I'll update this review later.

When I saw it at the store I immediately thought it looked nice... but I hesitated to buy it because of its price.

Afterwards I saw a better price on the web, including a case!

I bought it...

I also own a Gibson LP Studio and a Mexico Fender Strat.

The Epiphone has a killer look and a superb finish (unlike other Epiphone products).

Update from 07.18.08:

With a bit more experience I can now confirm that this guitar rocks!

It's price is decreasing so go for it.

PS: I find the antique ivory finish looks awful!

Edit from 12.13.2008

I replaced the passive pickups with a ZW kit two months ago. The sound is killer (the EMG85 is AWESOME).
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Shark-FoodShark-Food

Epiphone Zakk Wylde Les Paul Custom Plus CamoPublished on 12/13/08 at 09:00
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Guitar made in Korea.
22 frets
Pickups: EMG HZ H4 (liabilities)
Bridge tun-o-matic
Mahogany body - table Saddle
Set Mahogany neck - this affects SLAR this MODEL
Potentiomtres 4: 2 volume and 2 tone
Grover Mcanique
Fittings dorbr /> net cash on luxury!
Premire impressions plutt trs good, beautiful "face"
There's no, it is trs beautiful!

UTILIZATION

Channel pais enough compared to the 60 'trs trs trs enjoyable but once in hand!
Most recent internship frtes are like all the Les Paul, it's no surprise the top.
The weight is reasonable.
Guitar (for me) is balance.
Sound a little surprised, but it is clear that the passive pickups are quite nice (even if the...…
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Guitar made in Korea.
22 frets
Pickups: EMG HZ H4 (liabilities)
Bridge tun-o-matic
Mahogany body - table Saddle
Set Mahogany neck - this affects SLAR this MODEL
Potentiomtres 4: 2 volume and 2 tone
Grover Mcanique
Fittings dorbr /> net cash on luxury!
Premire impressions plutt trs good, beautiful "face"
There's no, it is trs beautiful!

UTILIZATION

Channel pais enough compared to the 60 'trs trs trs enjoyable but once in hand!
Most recent internship frtes are like all the Les Paul, it's no surprise the top.
The weight is reasonable.
Guitar (for me) is balance.
Sound a little surprised, but it is clear that the passive pickups are quite nice (even if the asset appears to be RECOMMENDED

SOUNDS

It is not a n'achte Zakk Wylde to play the Guy Bart!
I think we've all bought to the rock that sends (see the blues)
I use a Marshall 150H (Hybrid) and well, the couple gives much trs (highly active pickups such as j'achte who finished complter table)
I use a Wah Wylde (it is excellent) and an MXR ZW44 and a Marshall BB II.
We must adjust to the beginners not to get a sound too "noisy" but After a few minutes, we find the right mix.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had two days, so I edit my post in a while to mark the evolution and the "return of exprience."
It is clear that in the store, she tap direct eye ..... but 850, I hsit.
But I came across and www.leadguitars.fr: 755, shipping gratos + tui Gator!
Great site, great follow-up .....
I have also a Gibson LP Studio and a Fender Start Mex.
The Epiphone (finishes of madness, unlike some others of the same brand) has a special place because it has quite a look.

Re post 18 June 08:
Over time, I find it better and better!
The price drop, enjoy.
PS: what it is ugly in Antique ivory!

Edit Dc 13 2008
It took me two months since the kit ZW instead of passive pickups, and of the my children, adcape (the 85 is FABULOUS)
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badounebadoune

Epiphone Zakk Wylde Les Paul Custom Plus CamoPublished on 04/24/09 at 07:24
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Then the guitar was made in Korea for mine.

22 Frets, EMG HZHA micro and A1 run.
2 volume and 2 tone
slecteur a 3-position.
Channel quite round, trs enjoyable was getting started.

UTILIZATION

The handle is enjoyable trs. I had a Strato guitar type front with a flat handle and fine. That of the current is really gnial Epiphone, I felt the change. trs enjoyable was getting started. Quite difficult to get the acute but it is correct.
For usability, it is a LP so it's quite heavy, solid. the form side hurts if you play long sitting, but his will. I think the weight is ideal, it is a heavy wishes, we really feel to hold something.
This gives a good sound quickly in ttant the...…
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Then the guitar was made in Korea for mine.

22 Frets, EMG HZHA micro and A1 run.
2 volume and 2 tone
slecteur a 3-position.
Channel quite round, trs enjoyable was getting started.

UTILIZATION

The handle is enjoyable trs. I had a Strato guitar type front with a flat handle and fine. That of the current is really gnial Epiphone, I felt the change. trs enjoyable was getting started. Quite difficult to get the acute but it is correct.
For usability, it is a LP so it's quite heavy, solid. the form side hurts if you play long sitting, but his will. I think the weight is ideal, it is a heavy wishes, we really feel to hold something.
This gives a good sound quickly in ttant the knobs.

SOUNDS

It suits my style is kind of a plutt use the overdrive and distortion. The two EMG HZ pickups are really good trs.
I play on a small transistor amp 15 W (ba oue, yet light) and the same fate when really, most of the time I use a style overdirve, pushing and soften the severe acute trslgrement, so I sound bites and a rumbling, like the artist who signs.
I love the sound of the guitar, if you want the lens, go elsewhere. This guitar is made for the loggers who want to blow the windows of their house.

OVERALL OPINION

I have since trs short time, my comment j'diterais APRS longer.
I love all in this guitar. the look, sound, weight .... Wouahh!
I spend a guitar ESP Ltd 300 euros this little gem. There is a big diffrence trs. The ESP LTD silent unplayable, really bad quality. Strato C'tait a type as mentioned above. I did not hurt the ratings, but I was sore knuckle, freight taient sharp ...
trs finish is correct.
The report price is really good quality.
I would do without this choice hsiter, not really.
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  • Manufacturer: Epiphone
  • Model: Zakk Wylde Les Paul Custom Plus Camo
  • Series: Les Paul
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 04/05/2010

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