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Epiphone Les Paul SL - Pacific Blue

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ELPSLPACH

Your Price: $199.00 CDN
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Epiphone presents the 2017 Les Paul SL, the most affordable 2-pickup Les Paul ever made with a slim lightweight Poplar body with powerful Epiphone Ceramic pickups. Available in six exclusive colours - Ebony, Heritage Cherry Sunburst, Pacific Blue, Sunset Yellow, Turquoise, and Vintage Sunburst.

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• Epiphone's most affordable Les Paul ever!
• Ceramic Single Coil Pickups
• Slim, Lightweight Body Design
• Premium Covered 14:1 Machine Heads
• Available in Ebony, Heritage Cherry Sunburst, Pacific Blue, Sunset Yellow, Turquoise, and Vintage Sunburst.
• Body Material: Poplar
• Neck Material: Mahogany
• Neck Shape: 1960's SlimTaper-D profile
• Neck Joint: Bolt-on
• Scale Length: 24.75"
• Headstock: Epiphone "Clipped Ear"; "Les Paul Model" in gold; "Epiphone" logo in silver
• Frets: 22; medium-jumbo
• Truss Rod: Adjustable
• Truss Rod Cover: "Bell" shaped; 2-layer; "SL" in white
• Fingerboard Radius: 14"
• Fingerboard Inlay: pearloid "Dot" inlays
• Nut: Artificial Bone
• Nut Width: 1-11/16"
• Pickguard: HS, VS colors = 1-Layer (Black), EB, PA, SY, TQ = 1-Layer (White)
• Hardware: Chrome
• Machine Heads: Premium Covered; 14:1 ratio
• Neck Pickup: Epiphone 650SCR Ceramic Single-Coil
• Bridge Pickup: Epiphone 700SCT Ceramic Single-Coil
• Controls: 3-way pickup selector,Master Volume, Master Tone
• Pickup Selector: 3-way Toggle Switch
• Knobs: Black ABS Top Hat knobs
• Bridge/Tailpiece: Adjustable, Intonated "Wrap Around" Stopbar Combo
• Colours: Ebony (EB), Heritage Cherry Sunburst (HS), Pacific Blue (PA), Sunset Yellow (SY), Turquoise (TQ), Vintage Sunburst (VS)
Other: "2017" logo on back of headstock

Poor Craftsmanship1 of 1 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreWinnipeg (Wall St.), Manitoba
Bought this for my daughter as her first electric after being in lessons for a few years. Frets are not built right. Craftsmanship is very very poor. Using a capo doesn't work because the frets are so bad it makes it out of tune. Moving her up to a Yamaha.
Posted by Michael on Jan 29, 2020
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Got a Les Paul Special VE instead1 of 1 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreCalgary, Alberta
Saw this online looking for my first guitar and was excited about the price, headed into the store to try it out. Sales associate listens to me for a second, leaves, comes back with an Epiphone Les paul Special VE for around $50 more. Needless to say, I left this one behind. This guitar is lead singer of your highschool band. They don't sound like you want them to, but they sure know how to rock a leather jacket. You don't want to sing and can't find anyone better, so it works.
Posted by Zack on Oct 13, 2019
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Better than my last Gibson1 of 5 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StorePeterborough, Ontario
I had a 2016 Gibson Les Paul classic and absolutely hated it, and the finish work on the neck binding was embarrassingly bad, and I feel that the craftmanship on this is better even though it?s cheaper
Posted by Tristan on Dec 12, 2018
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Punches Above It's Weight6 of 6 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreDartmouth, Nova Scotia
Picked one up at my local L&M a few months ago expecting to make a complete project out of it. After a string change, it was actually a completely playable guitar. Granted, the pickups are lackluster, and the controls are cheap, but it's actually not that bad though a decent amp. The neck is nice an think, but has a decent width to it...think ultimate SG. The frets were perfect. The ebony board actually looks nice after some decent oil. The bolted on neck was nice and square, the finish on the body was good. Oh, and it is unbelievably light. It holds tune, the intonation wasn't bad, and it won't break the bank. If you go in expecting a Fender American Elite Tele, or a '59 VOS Les Paul, you'll be disappointed. If you expect a basic axe for not much dough, you might be surprised.
Posted by Bill on Nov 18, 2018
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