Epiphone Les Paul Custom Pro Electric Guitar with ProBuckers and Coil Tapping, Ebony

December 26, 2013 - Comment

Dressed to the nines and ready to play, the Les Paul Custom Pro is ready for action! Here’s a Les Paul Custom that will blow minds and rock the house! Epiphone’s Les Paul Custom Pro puts a beauty of an LP in your hands, and it plays as great as it looks. You get two

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Dressed to the nines and ready to play, the Les Paul Custom Pro is ready for action! Here’s a Les Paul Custom that will blow minds and rock the house! Epiphone’s Les Paul Custom Pro puts a beauty of an LP in your hands, and it plays as great as it looks. You get two ProBucker humbucking pickups, a set mahogany neck (complete with a rosewood fingerboard and block inlays), and that unmistakeable feel and vibe you can only find in a Les Paul. Did we mention that this baby’s dressed to the impress, with a full complement of binding and gold hardware? It’s true. Don’t compromise; play the Epiphone Les Paul Custom Pro!

Product Features

  • Solid mahogany body with a maple veneer top for a subtle ‘bite’
  • Solid mahogany neck with a glued-in joint for great neck-to-body contact
  • Comfortable and super fast SlimTaper D neck profile
  • Epiphone ProBucker pickups which replicate the original PAF style tone
  • Coil-tapping via a push/pull control at each pickup’s volume knob

Comments

Adam Henry "Webmaster" says:

Among Epiphone’s Best I am a guitar beginner and have used this guitar for a month. I ordered mine from American Musical Supply via Amazon. The first guitar I received was a dud and only worked on the treble setting. To their credit, American Musical replaced the defective guitar quickly and at no extra cost.The second guitar works perfectly and holds its tune unlike the previous guitar. This Epiphone Les Paul is a work of art. A black finish wraps a sleek body and elegant gold hardware pops from the guitar. This guitar’s style reminds me of a grand piano.My new guitar not only looks good, but sports excellent performance. Here is a list of reasons I love my Epiphone:- Holds its tuning for days- Pro Buckers produce a rich sound- The coil split feature augments sound variety- Neck is glued in and not bolted (personal preference)- Glossy finish is easy to cleanPossible Cons:- The gold plating on certain parts may wear off…

Anonymous says:

This is my second Epiphone guitar that’s given me grief. The first was a AJ 220s. The neck warped to the point where it will be going into a dumpster. Now an Epiphone Les Paul custom pro is going in the same direction. It had a little bit of fret buzz when I first got it, but I raised the action and lived with it. Now it’s getting worse, and I’m going to a pawn shop to get rid of it before it’s totally worthless. I bought this thing Dec. 27th 2012. Remember what Tom Cruise said to Dustin Hoffman in Rainman about K-Mart. Same thing applies to Epiphone. Save up for a Gibson Studio. Your patience will pay off.

Anonymous says:

I have a $2000 GIBSON Les Paul Standard and I totally love it. That being said, I love this $549 Epiphone Custom Les Paul just a little bit more. Not only does it look better, but it plays just as well as the Gibson and sounds remarkably close, so close that it’s negligible. Epiphone quality has always been good in my experience but has REALLY stepped up lately. This particular guitar excels all my expectations on many levels.HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!!!

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