2/6/09

Oh yeah, now this is sweeeeet!


The minute I saw this guitar in the music store, I knew then, I have to get me one of these. The photo doesn't come close to doing this guitar any justice.
The Goth Les Paul Studio is just like the regular Les Paul Studio - but with an imposing exterior of satin black with black chrome hardware. But it still gives you Les Paul power and style at a price that won't break the bank! If you've been waiting to get your hands on a Les Paul style guitar, this is your chance. But seriously, underneath this guitar's threatening exterior is a rock solid, durable, dependable guitar with the solid Les Paul quality and sound you've come to expect from Gibson - one of the world's most recognizable names in guitar.

Epiphone Goth Les Paul Studio Features:

    * Color: Satin Black finish
    * Body Wood: Mahogany
    * Neck Wood: Mahogany
    * Neck Profile: Set, 1-11/16" nut
    * Fingerboard: Ebony
    * Position Markers: "XII" inlay at 12th fret
    * Scale length: 24 3/4"
    * Number of Frets: 22
    * Pickups: 2 Alnico V Humbuckers
    * Controls: 2 volume, 2 tone
    * Pickup Switching: 3-way selector
    * Hardware: Black chrome

11 comments:

  • Rob said....

    The guitar looks great, comfortable and, I hope, easy to play. But we all have one big issues on our minds: how much will this ax set us back? Now I'll waste half the day trying to find out something you undoubtedly already know, the street price.
    Nice guitar, though.
    An old philosopher

  • chilly said....

    Hello Rob!
    Yeah It is a nice one. Very light in weight to most guitars I've picked up and comfortable to handle too. The price is not bad at all either compared to other guitar that I've seen nice as this one. Can buy this guitar at most online sites plus the local music stores near me for $299.00
    Here it is at a site I like to visit a lot.
    http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Epiphone-Goth-Les-Paul-Studio-Electric-Guitar?sku=517233

    Thanks for stopping by! :-)

  • ettarose said....

    Hi Chilly, I wanted to tell you I really appreciate the drops on my site "the voices." It means a lot to me to see your card in my inbox. I also wanted to tell you I taught myself to play the guitar and I played an acoustic. I really enjoy classical more than anything. Wasn't it amazing how much your fingers hurt when you first started?

  • CrAzY Working Mom said....

    Well, didja get it?!?!

  • Mrs Mecomber said....

    Haha!!! You know you're a REAL guitarzan when ya start shopping the higher-end Gibson models! Woo! I love Les Paul, just oozes claaaaaass.

    Have a blast!

  • Anonymous

    I hate to say it because you seem so happy but...

    Gibson has made many guitars like this over the years and really damaged the Les Paul name and history with them.

    Plain and simple this guitar is pure junk. Don't buy it because of it's looks or name you will be seriously disappointed over time.

    If you are in it for the long haul and will continue playing guitar go fro a better starter guitar that will hold up. Never buy a les paul unless you can afford a classic or standard at a minimum.

  • chilly said....

    Hi Ettarose! Thanks and it's a sure pleasure to visit you blog. Yes it's amazing and they STILL hurt at times. lol But all is getting much better. :-)

    Hi Crazy Working Mom! I'm working on it hard as I can. ;-)

    Hi Mrs.Mecomber! I'm always looking at different guitars. See many I'd love to have too. lol Started looking at a lot of Fender guitars, but I can say I like and always go back to the Gibson products.

    Hi Anonymous! Guess I have to disagree with you. Sure you are right to your own opinion. Everyone is going to have their own opinion to what they like and what they don't. But I and many would disagree.
    Yes, Epiphone Les Paul is Gibson's low end guitar. Plan to see you have the income to own the high end guitars, but some can't. Yes, I'd love to own a Gibson Les Paul. Epiphone Les Paul is best I will ever do. But it's not the name that drew me to this guitar. I do like the satin black color on it, but let's face it, any guitar can have a satin black finish. I like the way it's designed and built, and feels.
    I have done a lot of asking around with people who have played for years and done a lot of homework on this guitar. Epiphone can also be made to be and play just as good as any higher end guitar out there for hundreds of dollars less than that high end guitar will cost.
    Question for you. If this Epiphone Goth Studio is junk, why is it that many people would love to have some of the parts that comes on this guitar on their higher end guitar?? Also, why do some of the big name guitarist play the Epiphone when they can have a Gibson, Fender, B.C.Rich, Dean, ESP, etc...

    Thanks everyone for visiting! Always a pleasure to see you! :-)

  • Beamer said....

    Chilly, One thing you will find in abundance amongst Guitar players is Ego. I started out with a Mosrite copy that at first glance before the 4 paint jobs I gave it looked like crud. That was before I'd crank it up and they actually heard it being played.

    Go for what suits you. Make sure you get a chance to try the thing out before laying out any money. Also beware, I bought a brand new Electric and didn't notice till I got it home that the Head of the guitar was Broken. I played hell getting the store to take their piece of junk back.

    Beamer

  • Anonymous

    Hello. Just wanted to let you know that you have an award waiting for you on my blog. Thanks for having such an interesting blog.

    Go get it! http://newyorkchica.com/2009/02/i-just-love-getting-these/

  • Lisa said....

    Ooops sorry about the anonymous.

    Just wanted to let you know that you have an award waiting for you on my blog. Thanks for having such an interesting blog.

    Go get it! http://newyorkchica.com/2009/02/i-just-love-getting-these/

  • chilly said....

    Howdy Beamer! Oh I know to well. I've been checking out some guitar forums and seen a few with a mighty big ego. lol
    And I have already checked out that guitar in this post at the local music stores. Felt real good too! :-) Nice to see you stop by!

    Hi Lisa! I was wondering why you were anonymous. lol
    Thank you for giving me the award! :-)
    Great to see you in here!

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