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Epiphone Les Paul-100 Electric Guitar, Ebony
- 700T (bridge) and 650R (neck) humbuckers
- Rosewood fretboard
- 24.75" inch scale
- Mahogany body and Maple top
- Neck: Bolt, Mahogany
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|Body Material Type||Mahogany||Mahogany||Poplar||solid-wood||solid-wood||Alder|
|Fretboard Material Type||Rosewood||Rosewood||—||Rosewood||Maple||Rosewood|
|Guitar Bridge System||Tune-O-Matic||Tune-O-Matic||Tune-O-Matic||Tune-O-Matic||Hardtail||Tune-O-Matic|
|Guitar Pickup Configuration||humbucker||humbucker||humbucker||humbucker||combination||humbucker|
|Item Dimensions||17 x 45 x 7 in||17 x 45 x 7 in||18 x 44 x 8 in||17 x 45 x 7 in||5 x 42 x 15 in||17 x 41.5 x 3.5 in|
|Neck Material Type||Mahogany||Mahogany||—||Mahogany||Maple||Mahogany|
|Number of Strings||6||6||6||6||6||6|
The Epiphone Les Paul 100 is the electric guitar you want, If you're starting to get serious about your music. The mahogany body with maple top delivers classic solid, heavy tone, while the bolt-on mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard are easy to play. Features 700T/650R open-coil humbucker pickups and chrome hardware. The Epiphone Les Paul 100 guitar features classic Les Paul design and tone.
From the Manufacturer
Epiphone Les Paul 100
Cut From the Same Cloth as the Les Paul 1952 Original
The Les Paul 100 is a superb instrument for players looking for an affordable but reliable electric guitar that has the classic look, sound and feel of a Les Paul. The Les Paul 100 is cut to similar specs as Les' 1952 original and has everything new and professional guitarists look for in a quality instrument.
The Les Paul 100 is all you need to get that great Les Paul sound. The all-mahogany body includes a maple top which is lighter and slimmer than full size Les Pauls, making it easy to hold for long practices and gigs. The bolt-on mahogany neck features the "Les Paul" classic scale length of 24.75" with a 1.68" nut width, rosewood fingerboard, and dot inlays. The Les Paul 100 also comes in four stunning colors including ebony, Heritage Cherry, Sunburst, and Vintage Sunburst.
The tone of the Les Paul 100 comes from two Alnico V Humbucker pickups with tone and volume controls for each. The all-metal hardware includes the output jack and a LockTone Tune-o-matic bridge, all made to the same standard of excellence as all other Les Pauls.
Quality Epiphone Hardware
The Les Paul 100 features Epiphone all-metal hardware that can last for the lifetime of your guitar including a patented LockTone Tune-o-matic bridge and StopBar tailpiece and premium 14:1 die-cast machine heads.
Epiphone is one of American's oldest and most revered instrument makers and since 1873, Epiphone has made instruments for every style of popular music. The name evokes both history and the spirit of invention. Epiphone has been an audible presence in every great musical era from the mandolin craze of the early 1900s to jazz age guitars of the 1920s. From swing-era archtops through post-war pop, jazz, R&B, and early rock n' roll. From the "British Invasion" to heavy metal, punk, grunge, and thrash. And now, in the 21st century, new Epiphone technical breakthroughs such as the ProBucker pickup, series parallel switching, built-in KillSwitch pots, the Shadow NanoFlex and NanoMag pickup systems, and premier acoustic/electric guitars with the eSonic preamp have brought the historic name to a new generation.
Les Paul 100 at a Glance
- Bolt-on, tapered heel neck
- 700T humbucker pickups
- Nickel hardware
- LockTone tune-o-matic tailpiece
- Rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays
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So far, I am loving this guitar! The tone is much fuller than my Strat and I like the two Humbuckers as well as the switch position. It feels right for me and the setup, out of the box, seems perfect which means that I probably won't be taking it to a professional for adjustment. Sweet! I still have to get used to the separate volume and tone controls (wish they put a dot or something on the body to show what level you are on) but, it sounds great!
The quality of the fit and finish seems first rate. Very pleased and I would highly recommend this! Especially at this "beginner price":)
Am I impressed? U bet cha!
This thing is simply beautiful! It arrived well padded in a double box. Initially, I spent a few minutes going over the whole guitar with a magnifier to see if I could spot any flaws. NONE! Not a finger print on it anywhere! This guitar is extremely well made and put together right. It was in tune out the box and the action is smooth as butter. The neck is slim (which is good for my thick hands) and the jumbo frets have no burrs or other abnormalities. I put a quarter under the 10th. fret and it's right on the "money"!
It's considerably heaver than than I thought. I would imagine it weighs about 10-14lbs. I have a strap ordered and on the way.
The maple top is a work of art with a superior finish. All the metal hardware appears top quality as are the Duncan pickups. This Epiphone is a lot easier to play than any thing I ever had. Your hand floats over the frets!
I don't think you could get a better piece for the price point.
Paid about 90 bucks less for the scratch n' dent, hardly any noticable damage at all so very happy there.
Played it like crazy for a couple days before I brought it to the local shop to have the neck adjusted because of fret buzzing on the lower two strings. Brought it home a couple days later and it wasn't any better. Since then I've been all over the web looking for ways to solve this problem.
I want to love this guitar, I really do, but it may just turn into a $200 lesson on how to become a Luthier. Probably should have just waited and picked up one of the pricier LP options.