#2
if it sounds good and if it plays good
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#3
What les paul are you looking at?
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#4
Well first and foremost, before brand or any aesthetics is the price. I strongly recommend trying out every guitar in your price range.
Secondly, you'd be looking at how well it plays. Is the neck comfortable or is it too thick/thin? What's the action like? That sort of stuff.

Third, is the sound. Remember, you can always change the way a guitar sounds (To an extent) by switching out the pickups.
There's no way of gauging how good it sounds, it might sound great to you but crap to someone else, so go with whatever you like best.
Next is the build quality. Does the finish scratch easily? Do the knobs stay on, does it look/feel fragile?
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#6
you might want to check for bad frets and a straight neck
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#7
^ Play every single guitar in your price range
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#8
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^ Play every single guitar in your price range


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