Reviews and Problems with EPIPHONE Les Paul Studio
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Thee Best Guitar I Own
The Hawaiian Superman, music123
17 July 2013
Summary: The Epiphone Goth Les Paul Studio features the usual three-way pickup selector and four knobs. Two volume knobs and two tone knobs allows me to get an expansive variety of tones. It has nice, big tuners which is very easy to tune and the guitar stays in tune. The stopbar tailpiece is great because putting strings through the slots are easy. The neck pickup tone knob has a killpot switch, but it's not very useful for me. This guitar has a wealthy array of features.
Pros: Fun To Play, Good Feel, Good Pick Up, Good Tone
Summary: I bought mine a few months ago and aside from the substandard stock bridge ,which I replace with a Graph-tech NV-2 , this guitar has exceeded all of my expectations and has in a very short time, become my No#1 in my collection. I'm 53 years old and have been playing for 40 years and in that time, I have never had the privilege of owning a Les Paul due to the fact that I had been mainly a Fender guy and also that , I thought they were very expensive.
Pros: Fun To Play, Good Feel, Good Pick Up, Good Tone, Solid Electronics