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Epiphone Les Paul Standard 50s (Left-handed) Vintage Sunburst
The Les Paul is one of the most iconic guitars ever put into production, with such a rich history and timeless appeal, the bar has been set pretty high. The Epiphone Les Paul Standard 50s is a guitar that builds on over 60 years of innovation and honours the guitars that started it all!Fantastic to see Epiphone catering for the left handed guitarists among us.
The Les Paul is one of the most iconic guitars ever put into production, with such a rich history and timeless appeal, the bar has been set pretty high. The Epiphone Les Paul Standard 50s is a guitar that builds on over 60 years of innovation and honours the guitars that started it all!
With a Mahogany body, this Les Paul benefits from a Maple top with a AAA Flame Veneer for the ultimate tonewood partnership. Rich and super resonant it offers premium tone and timeless aesthetics, while the Vintage Sunburst finish looks a million dollars and really allows the wood to breathe and the natural tone to sing through.
The Mahogany neck is topped with a crisp Indian Laurel fingerboard with classic Trapezoid inlays, this guitar looks every bit the real deal. With a 24.75" scale length and a 50s Rounded C profile, it retains that classic Les Paul feel. The Tune-0-Matic bridge and Stop Bar tailpiece offer a stable platform
Classic Les Paul tones come courtesy of a pair of ProBucker pickups. With a really unique sonic character it is versatile, dynamic and offers crystal clear note definition, equipped with Alnico II magnets, this is true vintage tonality!
It's an elegant powerhouse well deserving of the Les Paul name.