Epiphone Les Paul Custom PRO Left Handed Electric Guitar - Ebony

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  • Left handed model with a mahogany body and maple veneer top
  • Mahogany neck with SlimTaper D comfortable profile
  • 22-fret rosewood fingerboard complete with trapezoid inlays
  • Epiphone ProBucker humbuckers with coil tapping for versatile tone
  • Locking tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar deliver impressive sustain
  • Grover machine heads for reliable tuning
  • 3-way pickup switching and independent tone and volume controls
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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 Custom PRO is a guitar dressed to impress. Classic Les Paul construction is present with a great price guaranteed. If you're looking for a smart guitar that plays well and sounds great, you're in the right place.

The king of Epiphone Les Pauls

Standard Les Paul specification is closely followed with this Custom model, featuring a mahogany body with maple veneer, mahogany neck in the popular SlimTaper D profile and a rosewood fingerboard suited up with block inlays. The neck is joined to the body using traditional techniques as to create a firm bond between the two, increasing sustain and improving overall tonality. Every single one of the medium jumbo 22 frets will make definition and clarity certain during performance.

Coil-tapping is something that hasn't always been seen on Les Paul guitars but, thanks to the inclusion of the technology on the Epiphone Les Paul Custom PRO, you can get a great deal more out of this guitar. Epiphone's take on P.A.F. humbuckers, ProBuckers, are installed with wiring that allows access to single coil tones which are great for clean or distorted playing.

Of course the luxury of the Epiphone Les Paul Custom PRO is multiplied several times over when you see the gold hardware. Bridge, tailpiece, pickups and the excellent Grover machine heads all have this look which makes this guitar something truly special.

ModelLes Paul Standard Plustop Pro Left Handed
Top MaterialMaple Veneer
Body MaterialMahogany
Neck MaterialMahogany
Fingerboard MaterialRosewood
Pickup ConfigurationHH
BridgeHard Tail
Neck ProfileSlimTaper D Shape
No. of Frets22
Position InlaysTrapezoid
Bridge/TailpieceLocking Tune-o-matic/Stopbar
Pickups Neck and Bridge: ProBucker Humbucker with push/pull coil-taps
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
Posted on 29/10/2012 by Tom Bought this guitar from the Manchester store a couple of weeks ago, and it has proven to be well worth the money. To me, a guitar is a difficult thing to choose. You can look at hundreds of guitars and see some nice ones, but only once in a blue moon do you find one that you fall instantly in love with. I actually had no intention of buying a guitar when I walked into the shop, and had browsed the right-handed guitars, feeling gutted that I couldn't use any of them. When I got to the column of left-handed guitars, quite often I feel there is nothing special about most of them, but this one caught my eye and I fell in love, and ended up spending a good chunk of my pay. Despite this being an impulse purchase, it has to be the best decision I have made in a long time, and it's well worth the money for any lefties like myself who feel somewhat neglected by manufacturers.

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