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
Manufacturer Epiphone Model Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar Body Material Mahogany Neck Material Mahogany Fingerboard Material Rosewood Pickup Configuration HH Pickguard 1-Ply Black Bridge Hard Tail Neck Profile C Shape No. of Frets 22 Position Inlays Dot Bridge/Tailpiece Locking Tune-o-matic/Stopbar Active/Passive Passive Tuners Grover Pickups Neck and Bridge: Open Coil Alnico Classic Humbuckers 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 Finish Ebony
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