Inspired by Gibson Les Paul Standard 50s, but now presented in a beautiful Ebony full-gloss finish. The Epiphone Les Paul Standard 50s Guitar in Ebony recreates the feel and tone of the 1950s era Les Pauls – the world’s first solidbody electric guitars – that started it all.
The Epiphone Les Paul Standard 50s Guitar features a mahogany body, maple cap, bound 50s shaped mahogany neck with long neck tenon, Indian laurel fingerboard with classic trapezoid inlays, Epiphone’s new Vintage Deluxe tuners, a pair of critically acclaimed Epiphone ProBucker humbuckers, and gold Top Hat knobs with dial pointers.
This particular model further boasts Kalamazoo headstock, rolled neck for a comfortable feel, Graph Tech NuBone nut, era-appropriate wiring, and CTS pots. If you are still wondering about the differences between Epiphone and Gibson Les Paul, there’s an article posted on Guitar Player that will answer this curious question.
If you’re down, the Epiphone Les Paul Standard 50s Guitar in Ebony can be had for US$599 exclusively from Epiphone.com.