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Epiphone LP Standard Les Paul Collection Electric Guitar, Ebony

Epiphone LP Standard Les Paul Collection Electric Guitar, EbonyGet Your Hands on the Ebon Beauty of the Epiphone LP Standard Les Paul Collection Electric Guitar

Features a mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard with traditional trapezoid inlays.
Everybody wants a black Les Paul. Here it is with superb quality, the undisputed King of Solidbody Electric guitars with a reign spanning six decades. The Epiphone Les Paul Standard is an eventual must for a guitarist's collection, because this model lives up to its mammoth reputation of unmatched tone and sustain.

Legendary guitarist and inventor Les Paul lends his signature to every real Les Paul guitar, authenticating his soveriegn design standards, so you know you are getting "the real thing."

Flagship Guitar
From the tone-rich, bound, mahogany body with set, mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard with traditional trapezoid inlays, to the rich, vintage tone provided by a pair of high-output Alnico Classic Humbucker pickups, this guitar is the standard for all others. It also features chrome hardware, Grover tuners, with our new Epiphone LockTone locking Tune-o-matic bridge and stop-bar tailpiece that gives you even more sustain from the guitar famous for it. The Epiphone LP Standard Les Paul Collection Electric Guitar is Epiphone's flagship model for its Les Paul electric guitars.


Features Les Paul cutaway style and controls.
Better Price for the Same Sound
The Epiphone LP Standard Les Paul Collection Electric Guitar is more affordable than its big brother, but that doesn't mean this guitar skimps on sound or quality. Visually and ergonomically, it is almost identical to the more expensive model. Put one of these beauties in your hands and neither you nor your listeners will be able to tell the difference.

Cutaway Style
With the cutaway style, you get better access to the frets. A single cutaway allows the fingers to move past the neck-body join. In an acoustic guitar, cutaways can change the sound quality of the guitar. In an electric guitar, it makes no difference if it is a single cutaway or a double cutaway. It all comes down to style and fingering preference.

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