Les Paul styling is among the most copied guitar design (other than the iconic Stratocaster) in guitar design’s history and since celebrated rockers are also inducting Ukulele into their arsenal of string instruments, it make perfect sense for this four strings ‘little brother’ to rock the same iconic design, and hence, the birth of the Epiphone Les Paul Ukulele. taking advantage on their know-how in creating great Les Paul guitars, Epiphone effectively recreated the traditional Hawaiian musical instrument in the iconic Les Paul guise, bestowing them with true Les Paul qualities such as solid mahogany body with AAA grade flame maple top. the Les Paul Ukulele’s “D” profile shape mahogany neck features a rosewood fingerboard that boast a concert length 15″ scale with 19 silver nickel frets and a 16″ fingerboard radius.

other features include an under-saddle Piezo Film pickup, all-metal rim-mounted 1/4″ output jack for times where you require amplified acoustic sound, a 14:1 geared machine head for slip-free fine-tuning, pre-strung premium black nylon strings, and a classic Les Paul style pickguard for protecting the beautiful flame maple top in pristine condition. available in a choice of Heritage Cherry Sunburst and Vintage Sunburst color, each Les Paul Ukulele comes with its own gigbag, complete with an accessory pocket for spare strings and stuff. you can get yours for $99 a pop. check out a few more look in the image gallery below.

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