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Epiphone Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar - Alpine White

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  • Mahogany body with a carved top
  • Set mahogany neck with a very comfortable C shape profile
  • 22-fret rosewood fingerboard complete with dot position inlays
  • 2 Alnico Classic Humbuckers deliver versatile tone
  • Hot open-coil humbuckers deliver varied and powerful tones
  • Independent pickup tone and volume controls with 3-way pickup switch
  • Locking Tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar for smooth sustain
  • Grover machine heads deliver solid tuning
  • Clean alpine white finish and contrasting black pickguard
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Delivery to UK mainland addresses* is FREE on orders over £75 and up to 30kg. (As a guide, a standard electric guitar weighs approx. 3-5kg).

Delivery on orders below £75 are charged at £4.45!

Delivery to Northern Ireland, the Scottish Highlands & Islands, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Channel Islands and the Republic of Ireland. is weight dependant and will be indicated at the checkout

Delivery above 30kg to ANY location will vary according to weight and will be indicated at the checkout

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UK mainland*FREE on orders over £75 £4.45 on orders under £751-3 working days
Northern Ireland, Scottish Highlands & Islands Isle of Man Isle of Wight Channel Islands Republic of Ireland£12.95 – any order value up to 30kg Over 30kg - please call1-3 working days
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The Epiphone Les Paul Studio Ebony is a rough and ready, no frills version of its bigger brother, with a mahogany body and a set mahogany neck, it feels comfortable and packs a punch.

If it's a flexible double humbucker guitar you need, and you do not need all the aesthetic appointments, then the Epiphone Les Paul Studio Ebony is the guitar for you. This guitar has been made to look and sound as a Les Paul should, with all the character and tonal versatility that you could wish for, happily covering many musical styles including Blues, Ska, Reggae and Rock. The Epiphone Les Paul Studio Ebony is as stripped back as you can get, with its Ebony finish, open coil pickups and chrome hardware it looks as good as it sounds. The 2 Alnico magnet humbuckers give a fat, but clear noiseless sound, the Pickups are housed in a mahogany body with a carved top, and finished with a stop bar tailpiece, all these together give you that great, thick Les Paul sustain. This is truly a stunning guitar, not only is it drop dead gorgeous and it has that great double humbucker sound, it most importantly feels great, it has a set mahogany heck with a rosewood fingerboard, and is slightly slimmer body than its bigger brother. Although this is a scaled down, stripped down version, it is most certainly a quality instrument, capturing the essence of a Les Paul without the frills.

Nigel Cheetham, Dawsons Music Chester

ModelLes Paul Studio Electric Guitar
Body MaterialMahogany
Neck MaterialMahogany
Fingerboard MaterialRosewood
Pickup ConfigurationHH
BridgeHard Tail
Neck ProfileC Shape
No. of Frets22
Position InlaysDot
Bridge/TailpieceLocking Tune-o-matic/Stopbar
Pickups Neck: Alnico humbucker
Bridge: Alnico Classic humbucker
Controls Volume 1. Neck Pickup
Tone 1. Neck Pickup
Volume 2. Bridge Pickup
Tone 2. Bridge Pickup
Pickup Switching 3-Position Toggle:
Position 1. Bridge Pickup,
Position 2. Middle Pickup,
Position 3. Neck Pickup
FinishAlpine White
Customer Reviews
Excellent first or second guitar.
Posted on 01/10/2015 by Logan Jones I've had this guitar for the last five years so I have a lot of ownership experience of this particular instrument. The guitar plays great, the neck is smooth and the action is low providing you know how to adjust your stop bar and bridge properly. The tuning is vetoed for the most part with the Grover machine heads, which provide a smooth action as you turn them. They may need tightening every now and then but that's to be expected. The pickups are brilliantly fat and smooth, with the neck giving a warm, balanced tone while the bridge gives the well loved harsh high end that is classic of a Les Paul. The controls are very sensitive, with the volume controls allowing you to have a quick clean tone just by backing it off a slight bit and the tone controls taking off just enough high end to deliver a warmer jazzy type ton on the neck, and a less brittle tone in the bridge. However, I found that the control pots themselves do come loose quite often, so I find myself taking the back plate off the guitar and tightening up, but providing you know how to do it its a relatively quick and easy job. Altogether this is a superb guitar for people wanting an upgrade from their first or a beginner guitar, it looks great and is very easy to play, although if I knew how much the Standard cost, I would've probably spent an extra £20 so I could have the full size body, binding, trapezoid inlays and an overall more desirable package.
I'm in love!
Posted on 18/06/2015 by james I bought this guitar as my first after reading and watching countless reviews and decided that it made more sense than buying a really cheap one and upgrading. I am astounded at the sound that comes out of it and I'm finding it really easy to learn on. It is very forgiving but if this is your first guitar, invest in a strap as it is heavier than you think and I struggled to balance it without. Dawsons service was second to none.

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