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It may be an inexpensive guitar but it is nevertheless a very good one! The neck is very comfortable and the quality of the finish is amazing considering its price range… The cherry sunburst is very nice and lets you see some of the wood underneath… Of course they had to cut corners but overall this guitar is very good! I have planned some major modifications for her and the list is quite long! I got a lot of parts on Ebay for excellent prices so in the end the cost of upgrading this Les Paul will not be bad at all… Here is my plan: Dimarzio D-Activators passive pickups, CTS matched pot set with Sprague Orange capacitors assembled with silver wire, a Graph Tech Tusq XL nut, a set of Hip Shot locking tuners, a Graph Tech Resomax NVS Tune O Matic bridge, a Graph Tech NVT tail piece, a switch craft high quality jack output, steel neck inserts and a deep neck contouring with metal ferules in place of standard neck plate… I haven’t decided on the paint job yet but I intend to keep some red on this baby since the neck is so comfortable that I don’t want to have to re-paint it! Inspiration will come when I start with this project!

epiphone les paul 100 left handed

A lot of cool mods planned for this very nice Epiphone Les Paul!

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