#1
I've been looking for a replacement guitar to my rather broken, worn-down and old Fender Squier Strat that I've been using for the last 4 years.
For some time I was insanely in love with the Ibanez RG1520A PPA, but decided not to go for it, as I am not into playing heavy-metal or anything of the likes.

Recently I stumpled upon a rather nice-looking and decent (from what i can gather) Epiphone Les Paul Custom White . Now, I'm nowhere near a guitar gearhead so I thought someone on this forum could give me a helping hand.
Is it worth buying it or should i go for something better/cheaper?

It's worth mentioning that I'm not even close to being an amateur guitarist and my budget isn't that high.
#2
Take it. Epi is a good quality guitar for a little bit of cash and they are very versatile.
#3
First things first, your username makes me giggle. Also hungry.

On to business... I like those alpine white les pauls, I think they look pretty sharp. I think you'd be pretty happy with an Epi Les Paul, especially if you're on a budget. It will sound a lot warmer than your squire. And a double-humbucker guitar with a 3-position switch will not have those "middle tones" (the quacking tones) that strat-type of guitars are famous for. If you're ok with that then I say go for it.

One other thing to keep in mind - gold hardware wears with time and use. It will eventually rub off and look worn/tarnished. It doesn't affect the sound or playability of the guitar at all. But be prepared that all that shiny gold wont always look like that.
Current Gear:
2002 Gibson Les Paul Standard
'57 AVRI Fender Stratocaster
MIJ Fender Jaguar Special HH
Marshall JVM410
Vox AC15 C2
#5
Thanks for the quick and helpfull comments guys!

Sounds like I'll be buying the guitar then. However, I'm going to pass on the offer Rooster. I live in Denmark so I think I'll just buy a new one instead

Found it on Amazon.co.uk really cheap, compared to danish pricing, but it's currently out of stock... Lucky me