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Description Epiphone Les Paul Prophecy GX BC, E-Guitar, Les Paul Custom Serie, Mahogany Body, set in Mahogany Neck, Ebony Fretboard, 2 Gibson Dirty Fingers Humbucker Pickups, Coil Splitting, Push Pull Vol. more


Description The Gibson VOS 59 Les Paul Standard is an electric singlecut guitar which follows the VOS (Vintage Original Spec) that make these series of guitars Gibson's next step in their journey towards perfecti... more


Description ESP Eclipse II E-Guitar, Body Mahogany with white Binding / flamed maple top, Set-neck Mahogany with Rosewood Fretboard, Sperzel Locking Tuner, 2 EMG 81 Pickups, 2 Volume , 2 Tone, 3way toggle switch,... more

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Description GIBSON Les Paul Custom 57 Black Beauty EB, Custom Shop E-Guitar, Carved Mahogany Top, Mahogany Back, 1-pc Mahogany Neck, Ebony Fretboard with 22 Frets, Block Inlays, early 50s rounded Neck Profile, go... more


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“Long Live The Les Paul”

published 06/01/2003

AdvantagesImage, Sound, Build Quality, Scott Gorham/Thin Lizzy, Feelgood Factor

DisadvantagesWeight, Neck Access, Spares Availability

...I bought my wine red Les Paul Standard 10 years ago (approx). It was my first professional quality instrument and just by playing and owning it, I felt as though my ability had jumped by a factor of 10 and my instant rock star pose value just shot off the scale. Plus, the most under-rated guitarist, from one of the best rock bands of all time played one – Scott Gorham of Thin Lizzy. No...

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AdvantagesSound, image, built to last

DisadvantagesSome may find it a bit heavy

...An Introduction About a month ago I decided that it was time I purchased a new electric guitar. My faithful 1988 Gibson Les Paul has served me well for the last 9 years and is still going strong. The thing is though it’s now starting to increase in value and become a nice little investment so it could do with spending a bit less time on a beer soaked stage around clumsy band members and...

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“My les Paul Custom”

published 26/12/2005

AdvantagesLooks Great, brilliant sutain, action, basically all of the features of the Gibson Les Paul

DisadvantagesImitation pickups

.... The guitar itself is heavier than most other guitars, (if you are accustomed to Les Pauls you will know this, but it was a bit of a shock when upgrading from my Strat copy) and feels very sturdy. The neck is set perfectly, some cheaper copies fail in this reaspect and it is very important. The low action on the neck makes it a joy to play. I have gigged with this guitar and can tell you that it is one...

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