#2
Its an epiphone, might be a llittle different
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#4
The font's right. The serial number is wrong.

Epi LP Customs aren't made in China, all Customs are made in Korea. That serial number is for a Chinese-made guitar. Specifically, it's from the plant which produces most Epi LP Standard series and SG G-400 series.

If you see a so-called Epi LP Custom with an 'EE' serial, it's dodgy. That simple really.
#5
Quote by bokuho
The font's right. The serial number is wrong.

Epi LP Customs aren't made in China, all Customs are made in Korea. That serial number is for a Chinese-made guitar. Specifically, it's from the plant which produces most Epi LP Standard series and SG G-400 series.

If you see a so-called Epi LP Custom with an 'EE' serial, it's dodgy. That simple really.


Do you have a source for this?
#6
Quote by bokuho
The font's right. The serial number is wrong.

Epi LP Customs aren't made in China, all Customs are made in Korea. That serial number is for a Chinese-made guitar. Specifically, it's from the plant which produces most Epi LP Standard series and SG G-400 series.

If you see a so-called Epi LP Custom with an 'EE' serial, it's dodgy. That simple really.


You should be banned for the crap you spew on this forum, seriously.

TS, disregard his comment about the 'EE'. Customs are also manufactured in China now, they have been for a few years. Since you're probably confused now, walk into a store and look at the Customs, they'll all have the EE serial number by this point which signifies it being Made in China. Email Epiphone as well, they'd have no reason to lie about that. There are multiple legit Customs on eBay as well with an EE serial number. You could also post at one of the Les Paul forums for further and accurate info. I just don't want to see another victim of this guy's nonsense.