On June 9th, Les Paul would have turned 100 years old. To celebrate this special occasion, Epiphone has reduced the price on selected Les Pauls by 15% in the USA, Europe and Japan.
This offer will only available until June 30th – don’t miss out!
At present, Epiphone has 3 left handed Les Pauls in their range, all of which are included in this promotion. For USA buyers, I have linked to each of the guitars below. Purchasing through these links helps to keep LeftyFretz running at no additional cost to you – thanks! UK southpaws can also purchase through me here.
Epiphone Les Paul Standard
This plain top Epiphone Les Paul Standard is an electric guitar that delivers all the signature sound of a Gibson Les Paul at a fraction of the cost. The mahogany body provides superb resonance while the Alnico Classic humbucker pickups deliver loads of warmth. The set mahogany neck with slim-tapered profile and rosewood fretboard give you the familiar feel and fast action that Les Paul players love so dearly. Neck and body binding and trapezoid inlays produce the classic look seen on stages around the world for decades. The LockTone tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece provide more sustain and make string changing easier.
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Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plus Top Pro
The Epiphone Les Paul Standard PlusTop Pro sets a new standard for guitars in its price range. Two Epiphone ProBucker humbucking pickups with coil-splitting deliver big slabs of the fat, warm tones, transcontinental sustain, and deep, soulful distortion that made this guitar famous. Crafted with a solid mahogany body and flamed maple carved top, a set mahogany neck, 22-fret rosewood fingerboard, cream body and fingerboard binding, and chrome hardware. The Tune-o-matic bridge and LockTone stopbar tailpiece add seemingly unending sustain and make string changes easier.
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Epiphone Les Paul Custom Pro
The king of solid body guitars, the Les Paul Custom made its debut in 1954 after the initial success of the Les Paul Goldtop. Les Paul himself suggested black as a great color for a new Les Paul because it looked “classy” and went well with a tuxedo on stage. And with its gold appointments, fully bound body, neck and headstock and mother-of-pearl inlays, the Les Paul Custom Pro is “dressed to kill”. Now featuring ProBucker 2 and ProBucker 3 humbucking pickups, gold hardware, multi-binding on body (top and back), neck and headstock as well as split-diamond pearloid headstock and fretboard inlays, it’s as gorgeous as it is deadly.
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Many of you shared photos of your new Gibson SGJs from the promotion I posted last month. It is of course mandatory to do the same if you decide to pick up one of these ;)