Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic/Electric Ukulele Outfit, Vintage Sunburst
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It's not quite as big as the packaging leads one to believe but the sound sure is!
The unplugged tone is warm and sweet, like the most delightful brownie you could ever imagine. Plugged in it really shines. I paired mine with a Pignose 7-100 for street performing and, while it is a bit too chilly to play for nickels at the moment, I have no doubt this will pay for itself in the long run.
I was slightly surprised at how slim the body is (similar in scale to an actual Les Paul), as I was expecting a fuller body but it doesn't hurt the playability a bit.
The finish is gorgeous and the little stick-on pickguard is just too adorable for words.
If you're hemming and hawing over getting one, just do it. You'll be oh so pleasantly surprised.
It stays in tune (after string break-in) and the intonation is ok - not spot on but definitely good enough. The tuners are basic, but they work well. It is thinner than a normal uke, about half the body depth. I find holding it without a strap to be harder than a normal sized uke, but with a strap it's very comfortable.
Mine came with the pick guard in the bag pocket. The bag itself is also pretty basic, but good enough for what it is - a bag to hold your uke and some misc. items
Get yourself a little clip on head tuner and leave it on the head..these use Nylon strings and they tend to stretch quite often.. that said..
The strings it comes with are chit.. they will also slide while tuning. The tuners are questionable but do work. The headstock is a beauty.. Epiphone Les paul all the way! The maple top with vintage burst looks fantastic and the mahogany body is as solid as they get. Intonation and action totally blows on mine. I will attempt sanding the bridge a bit when I change out strings. I already feel some dead spots higher down the neck so the frets will probably need some dressing if its worth the trouble. The fret ends are not sharp and feel pretty good all along the neck. BTW, the neck is thick and u shaped .. think half a bat.. The first section works fine and I can kinda get by with first 9 frets for what I use it for. Strap buttons are installed and will be needed. This little sucker actually has some weight to it and cannot be held comfy like a regular ukulele without a strap. The jack output is set low on the side and makes it a bit awkward to "me" setting the uke in your lap. This is not a well made model as the price tag reflects, but is a very pretty Uke sized instrument.
Where does it shine?? In the pickup connected to a cheap Danelectro "honeytone" amp playing rock music.. try some stairways to heaven with the Honeytone set to brit lead and you will grin from ear to ear just as its setup out of the box even with the bad strings!!
Buy this for 2 reasons.. 1) you love the Les Paul look and want a tiny one. 2) for the pickup playing ROCK not Ukulele Hawaii..
If you wish a concert sized instrument for Ukulele sounds.. buy a Kala, Luna, even a Kohala... btw, that cheap KP-C Kohala actually sounds pretty good.. even better once you change strings.. but none of these look like a Les Paul..