#1
Howdy,

There are quite a few versions of Epi's Les Paul. At what price point do they start getting "good"? I know that's a relative term but I assume a $200 LP isn't a really nice guitar. At what price point do they become "really nice"?

Thanks!
Last edited by Classified00 at Dec 12, 2008,
#3
i would say once they become gibson lps.

but thats obviously out of your price range
#4
Standard really.

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#5
the epi lp standard, i think its about 400-500 dollars.
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#6
used les paul standard or custom...which I have seen run from around 250-500 (standards). and actually I saw an add for an elitist epiphone les paul custom for 750. that would be a really good buy.
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#7
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i would say once they become gibson lps.

but thats obviously out of your price range


Epiphone's actually putting out some nice stuff lately. My friend just sold this nice Blue Epi LP for like $550. IT was a really cool guitar.

They also have some that are like 800 bucks.
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#8
I wouldnt buy new from epiphone right now though. I remember even just one year ago g-400s were 299ish and now they are 399. and les pauls were around 400ish and now they are around 500ish (the standard series).
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#9
from standard to elitist
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