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Epiphone EILOHBNH Les Paul Classic 6-String RH Electric Guitar–Honeyburst Gloss eilo-hb-nh
For a legendary look and a killer sound, wrap your hands around the EILOHBNH Les Paul Classic from Epiphone.
Modeled after Les Paul Standards produced in the late 1950s, the Epiphone EILOEBNH Les Paul Classic has timeless visual appeal. And its modern appointments contribute to a stellar sounding LP that plays great but won't break the bank. Guitarists were impressed by the Epiphone Les Paul Classic's balanced tone that evokes the sound and vibe of countless classic and modern rock hits. And, they were blown away by the super-hot Alnico Classic PRO pickups and the premium hardware and electronics package that make this guitar a total tone monster.
Resonant tone with plenty of snap
The Epiphone Les Paul Classic boasts the balanced body wood combination of mahogany and maple. The mahogany body produces rich and warm resonance with incredible depth, and the maple top adds clarity, definition, and a snappy top-end. From there, the SlimTaper mahogany neck extends the sonic depth of the guitar, and it's capped with an Indian laurel fingerboard that spices up the mix with brilliant highs and vibrant overtones.
Premium hardware and electronics package
Stocked with high-quality electronics and hardware, the Epiphone Les Paul Classic is built for performance. Two Alnico Classic PRO humbuckers make the most of their Alnico V magnets, with enhanced mids and highs for churning out serious rock 'n' roll growl, shimmering clean tones, or warm jazzy sounds. A stopbar tailpiece, LockTone Tune-o-matic bridge, and Grover Rotomatic machine heads deliver excellent tuning stability, and premium CTS electronics punctuate the brilliant character of this iconic axe.
A legendary rock 'n' roller
or generations, guitar players have gravitated toward the Les Paul. Rock icons such as Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Slash, and many others heavily utilized the Les Paul. From warm, fat blues tones to scorching rock riffs and solos, the Les Paul has done it all.