Epiphone LP Special II Les Paul Electric Guitar, Heritage Cherryburst

December 26, 2013 - Comment

Our number one selling model is more than just about the price. The Epiphone Special II is a great way for beginners to get started on guitar with real, Les Paul tone, but seasoned pros love the Special II because it’s a great-sounding, workhorse guitar that lets them leave their more expensive axes at home.

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Our number one selling model is more than just about the price. The Epiphone Special II is a great way for beginners to get started on guitar with real, Les Paul tone, but seasoned pros love the Special II because it’s a great-sounding, workhorse guitar that lets them leave their more expensive axes at home. The authentic LP power starts with all-Mahogany construction with a Rosewood fingerboard and is voiced by a pair of hot open-coil 700T and 650R Humbucker pickups. Like all of our electric guitars, it comes standard-equipped with 500K Ohms potentiometers, our own heavy-duty 3-way pickup selector toggle switch and non-rotating heavy duty output jack. This value-champ also features Chrome hardware including the Epiphone LockToneā„¢ locking Tune-o-matic bridge and Stop-bar tailpiece for amazing sustain and even more mind-blowing value.

Product Features

  • Basswood body
  • 700T Humbucker pickups
  • Rosewood fretboard
  • 24.75 scale

Comments

Kevin A. Teets says:

amazing I have 13 guitars and bought this one on recently not expecting too much.This guitar smoke’s .I got it straight out of the box it needed a slight setup,the intonation was out a little bit but when i set it up I was very pleased with the sound the color (wine,very cool looking) and playability.great deal for the price.It is the 4th Epiphone i bought this month they are getting better and better.

stefanj says:

Amazing sound…nice price I have been playing for about 7 years now and have a Tak Jasmine Acoustic and a Jay Turser Strat knockoff. I really love the Les Paul sound but my pocket book is not large enough for the Les Paul price. I’ve read just about everything I can on these Epi’s and finally went to my local Music store to try one out. My initial impression was somewhat mixed. The sound was good but the action seemed “off” After playing a few scales and a couple easy chords I began to get a feel fro the action on this guitar. Then I switched from the rear pickup to the front and BANG there was that sound I was looking for. Classic Gibson Les Paul sound (in all fairness the amp was setup for a strat). After playing around a bit more I asked to try one in the cherry finish. They unboxed a new one for me and WOW this guitar looks AMAZING! I sat down plugged it in and played a bit. Instantly I was in love. The action was perfect (despite the some what heavier strings than what I’m used to). The sound…

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