EPIPHONE LES PAUL REVIEW

Epiphone is becoming a more and better alternative, since it only costs a fraction of a price. Most guitarists are familiar with the name Les Paul. Although he was an excellent jazz and blues guitarist, his legacy was cemented by another one of his great skills that is guitar making. He made his first guitar in 1940 in the epiphone guitar factory. This venture eventually led to the Epiphone Les Paul LP-100. Epiphone made its first affordable guitar to the masses in the year 1989 and produced its first Les Paul solid body electric quitter the same year. Check out this review to get more information about the Epiphone Les Paul guitar.

ENS-EBCH1 EPIPHONE LES PAUL STARNDARD ELECTRIC GUITAR.

This guitar has been reviewed to be the flagship model of this age-old company, dating all the way back to 1873! However, the guitar was introduced much later and was hugely inspired by the enormous musical frenzy and fan following of guitar icons like jimmy page, Ace Frehly, Zakk Wylde and so many more. When the les Paul standard guitar was first launched, it came in two variants of plain maple top and plus/flame maple top. Over a number of years, the former has taken the Centre stage. Apart from this its main features like the classic feature like Alnico classic Hum buckers, stop-tail Bridge piece and Grover machine heads have essentially remained the same.

Another great feature that improves the playability is that despite being a solid body guitar, it weighs only 8 pounds and has a very ergonomic, slim design to nicely in your arms and around your fingers. With these high comforts levels to begin with, it is imperative that you catch up really fast on your lessons.

EPIPHONE LES PAUL LP-100.

This LP-100 is a budget version of its older brother the Gibson les Paul, but the quitter along with all the other guitars in the Epiphone Les Paul series shares almost all of the same visual characteristics. This guitar is cut from a single piece of mahogany wood complete with a single cutaway. What is most impressive about les Paul is its ability to deliver incredible palatability within a budget? Its slimmer design and its simple comfortable weight distribution of the solid body; either way, it does not feel like a beginner guitar when you are playing it. Epiphone has equipped the Les Paul LP-100 with dual in cover hum bucker pickups complete with a tone and volume control for each, making it produce a full sound with even a half-decent amp. There is no better way to motivate a novice guitarist than a beautiful sound!

In sum, these very stylish, sleek and ethereal sounding guitars are built to last, the Epiphone Les Paul standard offers much more value at the price you can afford. If you are beginning your professional journey as a guitarist or you are looking for an upgrade from a dirt-cheap beginner’s guitar to fine your already acquired basic skills, this Epiphone Les Paul model is the best suited for your needs.